Vivo is reportedly launching its upcoming mobile operating system called Origin OS in China on November 19. The new operating system is said to come with major improvements over the current generation of Android-based Funtouch OS. The latest update from renowned tipster Digital Chat Station is regarding the user interface (UI) of Origin OS. The tipster claims that Origin OS has undergone major UI changes. Moreover, internal test systems show an in-built button to switch between Android and Origin OS. Let us look at all the details available regarding Origin OS.
Vivo’s New Origin OS to Support Switching Between Android and Origin OS
A new post from Digital Chat Station on Weibo claims that Origin OS has received significant UI changes. The operating system is also said to come with a switch that will let users switch between Android and Origin OS. The tipster has also attached a picture that shows the switch found in the internal test systems.
Vivo is likely to unveil its latest mobile operating system at its 2020 developer conference in China on November 19. The company has teased the launch of Origin OS on its official channel that says, ‘The source of life’, ‘the source of the internet’, and the ‘source of the universe’. The keyword ‘source’ is constant in the three posters, which hints that Vivo might launch Origin OS at its developer conference on November 19.
The first smartphone to come with Vivo Origin OS could be the Vivo X60. The smartphone is rumoured to launch during the developer conference in November.
Digital Chat Station, previously, had tipped on Weibo that Vivo’s new operating system – Origin OS – has been installed and tested on four iQOO smartphones. These include iQOO, iQOO Pro, iQOO3, and iQOO Neo 3. The Chinese tipster further notes that popular Vivo smartphones will get the new software, details of which will be announced at the event.