Vivo Z3i Standard Edition FuntouchOS 10 update rolling out sans Android 10
At a time when Google has already made Android 11 Beta 1 update available, there are a ton of phones still waiting to get updated to Android 10. Vivo Z3i Standard Edition is also one of them.
Going by recent reports, while Vivo Z3i Standard Edition is picking up FuntouchOS 10 update in China, Android 10 is still a distant dream for users of the device.
Well, you might have overlooked that Vivo Z3i FuntouchOS 10 stable update is officially available for Chinese users, but it is based on Android 9 instead of Android 10.
It arrives with version number v7.8.0 and weighs in around 3.38 GB in size. Talking about features of FuntouchOS 10, users will get Jovi personal assistant, new lock screen charging animation, quick sharing features, performance improvements, revamped design, and much more.
Here is the screenshot shared by one Vivo Z3i Standard Edition user who received FuntouchOS 10 update in China:
Just a reminder that this build of FuntouchOS 10 is based on Android 9 Pie and not on Android 10, which means that Vivo Z3i Standard Edition is still waiting to get updated with Android 10.
For specs buff, Vivo Z3i Standard Edition was released back in 2018 and is powered by Helio P60 SoC coupled with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of onboard storage. The device sports a 6.3-inch display, a 3,315 mAh battery, and a dual-camera setup at the back.
It comes with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and Android 10 OS update would be the device’s second major OS update once it rolls out. For a complete list of Android 10 updated Vivo phones, you can check out our dedicated Vivo Android 10 update tracker.
Now, as far as the upcoming Android 11 update is concerned, taking a cue from our dedicated Vivo Android 11 update tracker, Vivo Z3i Standard Edition is missing from the list of devices expected to get updated to Android 11.
However, we would advise our readers to take this piece of information with a pinch of salt as it is based on our speculation. We will keep you updated regarding this once Vivo shares an official list of Android 11 eligible devices.
Note: In the meantime, you can take a look at our dedicated Vivo smartphone section to read such similar stories and the latest happenings around Vivo smartphones.
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