Vivo Going to Substitute Funtouch OS

Vivo is allegedly substituting Funtouch Operating System with an all-new version and a name that is Origin OS. One Noted tipster has said that the company has approved this through its official WeChat account that they will introduce the new version in the coming days. The exact launch date is recently known but the company will speak more about this latest software during its 2020 Vivo developer conference on 19th November. This conference is arranged to be held in Shenzhen and it will focus on the latest OS, IoT, applications, games, and other topics.

It has been cited that Origin OS is ready to be launched soon. This latest software will replace Vivo’s present Funtouch OS. He has claimed that the Chinese firm has confirmed this creation via its official WeChat account and it has said that more details will follow in the developer conference. An exact date for the release is still not known. Also, there isn’t any clarity on which smartphone will get it 1st.


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While there isn’t any information on all the vicissitudes Origin OS plans to bring, the tipster reportedly has said that says that it will be a vital significant improvement over the present current Funtouch OS. Also, in one of the previous Weibo posts, Digital Chat Station has suggested that the new version Origin OS will be one of the best Android User Interface custom skins to be present out there. We expect Vivo to release more information about Origin OS at the developer conference in November.

The company Vivo has recently scored very poorly in research firm Counterpoint’s trust ranking for the year, 2020. As per their findings, only twenty-four 24 percent of Vivo smartphones sold amid between the 3rd quarter of 2019 to 2nd quarter of 2020 the period Q3 2019 to Q2 2020 was updated to Android 10. A large percentage of smartphones remain on Android 9 Pie, and a significant noteworthy chunk is stuck on Android Oreo too. Vivo The company was also called out for being unpredictable with its security patches too.