Vivo Z1 Pro & Z1x Android 11 (Funtouch OS 11) update released for limited devices (greyscale testing begins)
When it comes to the Android 11 rollout program, no smartphone brand wishes to miss out on the opportunity to build a good reputation.
Vivo is no different and is leaving no stone unturned to release timely Android 11 updates for a bunch of eligible Vivo devices.
Vivo S1 Pro recently got the Android 11-based Funtouch OS 11 update and there are more devices in the pipeline to get the big update.
Vivo Z1 Pro and Vivo Z1x units have been scheduled to receive the Android 11 (Funtouch OS 11) update later this month.
These device owners finally have good news coming their way as it appears that the developers are already done coding the Android 11 update.
Some users took to Twitter to share Vivo support’s response on the Vivo Z1 Pro and Vivo Z1x Android 11 release that the much-awaited update is rolling out under the greyscale testing.
These users have in fact started receiving the update. The package bears the version vivo rev 8.70.31 and weighs 3.29 GB.
With Vivo, we already know that greyscale is meant for testing purposes before finally releasing the stable update to a wider user base.
As per the support, the present version to rollout under greyscale testing is already close to being stable with no major bugs so the company will soon expand the Android 11 update to more users.
The stable version of Android 11, however, may still take its sweet time to release for the Vivo Z1 Pro and Vivo Z1x users.
Vivo will have more devices in the Android 11 program in the coming weeks so be sure to subscribe to the dedicated Vivo Android 11 update tracker.
Many thanks for the valuable information, Puran Shirra and Sukesh!
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