Last year, Vivo released Funtouch OS 10 for its smartphones. There were rumors that it would be replaced with JoviOS in the future, but the project was closed. Now there is information that the company is still preparing an update, but it will be called differently.
According to the Chinese insider Digital Chat Station, the new version of the proprietary interface will be called Origin OS. It will be radically different from the current shell. Unfortunately, there are no details about the system yet. It is only known that the Android 11 OS will be taken as a basis.
Blue Factory’s new system, Origin OS, has improved a lot, and has everything that should be available, and it is expected to be among the first echelon of Android customized UI.
— Digital Chat Station (@StationChat) October 26, 2020
Origin OS is rumored to debut in November or December. It can be presented together with the Vivo X60 smartphone.