Vivo Android 11 (Funtouch OS 11) beta program begins for X50 Pro; update schedule live for V19, V17, V15, S1, Z1x, Z1Pro & more
Funtouch OS 11 is a major update for Vivo users and they are super excited to get their hands on the latest custom skin by the Chinese OEM.
The update brings about a plethora of new features designed to make the OS more visually appealing than ever before along with increased productivity as well due to a bunch of added utilities.
There’s a brand new always-on-display for starters that displays four design shifts through four themes: sunrise, sunset, daytime, and moonlight — all perfectly in tune with nature.
Also new is the iManager feature that analyses most aspects of your device including battery status, app usage, privacy, and security management, among others. It is basically a one-stop shop for all things related to device performance.
The above only offer a glimpse into what Funtouch OS 11 truly has in store though as there’s several additional stuff like the incorporation of advanced AI in the device’s gallery app, improved S-capture, and a new Ultra Game Mode.
Excited already? You should be as there is now a piece of great news for Vivo fans. Nipun Marya the Director of Brand Strategy at Vivo India has shared some fresh information about the roll-out of Android 11 to several more devices.
Special thanks to this tweet for tipping us.
We have started the roll-out of Android 11 to more devices starting from the #X50Series and #V19. #vivoV20 and #vivoV20Pro are already running on the latest #Android11
The beta program kickstarts for the Vivo X50 Pro and will quickly make it to other devices as well like the V19, V17, V15, S1, Z1x, Z1Pro & more.
Prior to this, the Vivo iQOO 3 4G, Vivo iQOO 3 5G, Vivo V20 Pro 5G, and the Vivo NEX 3S are some of the devices from Vivo that have already received Funtouch OS 11 stable builds after some long beta programs.
That said, be sure to check out the list of devices from Vivo that are eligible to receive the Android 11 stable update along with their respective statuses from here.
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