Vivo to Replace Funtouch OS With New ‘Origin OS’ Soon: Outline


Vivo is reportedly replacing Funtouch OS with an all-new avatar and a name i.e. Origin OS. Famous tipster Digital Chat Station says that Vivo has confirmed this via its official WeChat account that they are going to launch Origin OS soon. The exact launch date is referred to now but Vivo will speak more approximately this brand new software all the way through its 2020 Vivo developer convention on November 19. This convention is scheduled to be held in Shenzhen and it’ll focus on the new OS, IoT, apps, games, and other topics.

SeekDevice cites tipster Digital Chat Station to outline that Origin OS is all set to launch soon. This new software will replace Vivo’s current Funtouch OS. The tipster claims that Vivo has confirmed this development through its official WeChat account and says that more details on this OS will be shared all the way through the developer convention. An exact date for the rollout of this new Origin OS isn’t known. There could also be no clarity on which phone will get it first.

While there’s no information on all of the changes Origin OS plans to cause, the tipster reportedly says that it’ll be a remarkable improvement over the current Funtouch OS. Also, in probably the most past Weibo posts, Digital Chat Station suggested that Origin OS will be one the most productive Android UI custom skins in the market. We expect Vivo to release more information approximately Origin OS at developer convention in November.

Vivo recently scored very poorly in research firm Counterpoint’s consider ranking for 2020. According to their findings, only 24 percent of Vivo phones sold between the period Q3 2019 to Q2 2020 were up to date to Android 10. A large percentage of phones still remain on Android 9 Pie, and a remarkable chunk is stuck on Android Oreo as mannered. The company used to be often known as out for being inconsistent with their security patches as mannered.

Which is the bestselling Vivo smartphone in India? Why has Vivo not been making premium phones? We interviewed Vivo’s director of brand strategy Nipun Marya to find out, and to discuss the company’s strategy in India going forward. We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you’ll be able to subscribe to via Apple Podcasts or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.

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