Vivo has declared its new Android-based operating system at its yearly designer conference in China. OriginOS is the replacement to FuntouchOS and highlights a total design upgrade that organizes gadgets, arranging them in a grid-like format. The widgets can update themselves with notifications called “nano alerts.”
“The genesis of OriginOS centers around three frontiers based on smartphone consumer demands: design, smoothness and convenience,” Vivo says in a statement. “OriginOS repurposes familiar features with new exciting designs to create the ultimate smartphone experience.”
Of all the skinned versions of Android out there, Vivo’s FuntouchOS has for some time been the one most clearly in bondage to iOS, with comparative notification design, color palettes, and utilization of straightforwardness.
OriginOS’ tile-based way to deal with gadgets is definitely not 1,000,000 miles from what Apple presented for the current year with iOS 14, in spite of the fact that that wasn’t actually the most special plan itself. As far as it matters for its, Vivo says it was motivated by Huarong Dao, the Chinese variation of Klotski sliding block puzzles.
Vivo additionally guarantees that OriginOS will be considerably less asset escalated than FuntouchOS, with lower RAM necessities. We’ll need to test for ourselves once it turns out, however there’s little data in such manner — Vivo hasn’t said anything regarding a delivery date. The organization did, nonetheless, show off a mockup of the OS running on its present X50 flagship phone.
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