Vivo is set to replace Funtouch OS with Origin OS Vivo V20

The smartphone experience is not just driven by the hardware that the phone comes with. The software i.e. the user interface equally impacts how the overall user experience. While the jury on stock vs custom Android skin is still divided and is largely a personal preference, smartphone maker Vivo is set to replace its Funtouch OS interface with Origin OS.

According to a post on Vivo’s official Weibo account, the company is set to host a developer conference on November 19. During this event, VDC 2020, the company is expected to share its strategy around upcoming smartphones, applications, technology, overall business and most importantly the new Origin OS.

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Vivo VDC 2020, Origin OS

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Vivo VDC 2020, Origin OS

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Vivo VDC 2020, Origin OS

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Vivo VDC 2020, Origin OS

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