Vivo Shares Android 11 Update Timeline For Vivo X50 Pro, V19, V17 Pro, V15 Pro and More

Vivo V20 Pro has already received Android 11 based FunTouch OS 11 update.

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FunTouch OS 11

Months after the announcement of Android 11, Vivo has finally revealed the detailed roadmap and the list of eligible devices for Android 11 update. Vivo’s next version of Android skin will be called FunTouch OS 11. The company has already rolled out Android 11 based FunTouch OS 11 update for its recent offerings – Vivo V20 Pro. This list includes devices ranging from the premium segment to the budget segment. Vivo has also decided to upgrade some of the mid-range devices from 2019 such as Vivo Z1x, and Vivo Z1 Pro. Following is the detailed roll-out schedule for eligible devices,

Vivo Android 11 based FunTouch OS 11 Roll-Out Schedule

Users must also note that this is the schedule for the FunTouch OS Beta release, and users must not expect stable updates for their devices based on the above-mentioned schedule.

Android 11 comes with several new features such as Conversation Notifications, Chat Bubbles, Notification History, Screen Recording, Smart device controls, and more. Apart from it, Android 11 also comes with enhanced privacy and security.

Vivo says FunTouch OS 11 is inspired by Concise Design philosophy which is all about simplicity and thoughtful details. FunTouch OS 11 presents all key information clearly and provided a convenient and intuitive fingertip control.

It follows a flat design throughout the UI which, Vivo says, is aesthetically simple and powerful. This also helps the company remove all non-essential distractions. FunTouch OS 11 icons feature a uniform soft round design, with customized angular elements to add sharpness.

FunTouch OS 11 also offers an always-on display feature. There are also some natural themes such as sunrise, daytime, sunset, and moonlight for always-on display. There is also an iManager that summarizes and presents information regarding the phone’s performance. FunTuch OS 11 supports various ways to capture screenshots – long, rectangular, lasso, shaped, doodle, and more. What are your thoughts on FunTouchOS 11? Do let us know in the comments below.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while deciding his first smartphone purchase and started reporting on consumer tech in 2018. Arpit comes from Mathematics research background and can be found discussing Mathematics when not looking at his phones.