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Vivo Rolls Out FunTouch OS Beta Version Based on Android 12 Beta

- Updated: 21st Oct 2021, 16:10 IST

Vivo recently refreshed its Funtouch OS with the new version 12 update. It has released the rollout schedule of Android 12 based on FunTouch OS Beta Version. This is especially for the X,V,Y and S series smartphones. Moreover, it aims to extend the smooth smartphone experience offered by its powerful devices. It will ensure continuous improvements based on evolving consumer trends and exciting new software innovations. Now, in combination with Android 12 Beta, users can experience the latest OS. Let’s take a look at the list of Vivo smartphones confirmed to get Vivo FunTouch OS beta update:

  1. End of Nov 2021 – X70 Pro+
  2. Dec 2021 (end) – X60 Pro+, X60 Pro, X60, V21 and Y72 5G
  3. End of Jan 2022 – X70 Pro, V21e, V20 2021, V20, Y21, Y51A and Y31
  4. End of Mar 2022 – X50 Pro, X50, V20 Pro, V20 SE, Y33s, Y20G, Y53s and Y12s
  5. Early Apr 2022 – S1 and Y19
  6. End of Apr 2022 – V17 Pro, V17, S1 Pro, Y73, Y51, Y20, Y20i and Y30

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Although the smartphone maker is yet to announce details of the stable update. Vivo had earlier announced that the Vivo Funtouch OS 12 would bring the newly redesigned widgets and nano music player. On the other hand, other OEMs have also started rolling out their Android 12-based custom skin. Samsung recently unveiled its One UI 4 at its Galaxy Unpacked 2 event.

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Moreover, OnePlus started rolling out the first public beta of OxygenOS 12 to OnePlus 9 users. All this came after Google’s parent Alphabet started rolling out Android 12 on Pixel phones. The biggest enhancement of Android 12 on Pixel smartphones is the Material You design language that is aimed at enhancing the personalization of Android 12-powered Pixel smartphones. It also brings many privacy-focused features to Pixel smartphones. Google has introduced a new Privacy Dashboard that will give users a better idea as to what apps are taking what data.

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