Vivo outlines new features in FunTouchOS 10, expected to debut in Vivo X30

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 15-Dec-2019
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The fact that the Vivo X30 is about to launch is not big news anymore. Based on the leaks, we’re now aware that the smartphone will be powered by the Exynos 980 SoC that comes with an integrated 5G modem along with a multi-camera setup. The phone is set to launch on December 16 and along with the new offering, Vivo will also reveal what the latest build of FunTouchOS will bring to its phones.

The Vivo X30 will be the first smartphone to feature the latest variant of Vivo’s Android skin. Called FunTouchOS 10, the latest OS will be based on Android 10 and will house some features, which Vivo revealed in a teaser video.

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Amidst all the new features, app sharing seems to take the prime spot. The feature will apparently allow users to ‘share’ videos, sounds as well as vibrations from one Vivo phone to another. It seems more like a casting implementation which just happens to support sharing vibration patterns as well. It could also be a little more complicated with Vivo claiming the app will have multi-cast features allowing users to share a live game with a room full of people. Furthermore, the feature could also allow users to control the phone from a desktop through a remote client.

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Apart from this, there will be dynamic wallpapers and effects which will cover the status bar icons, transitions, and edge lighting effects. How dynamic will the wallpapers be is something we will have to wait and see, but the video claims macro fluid photography and rivers, lakes and sea motions could be a part of it.

Interestingly, the teaser shows no change in the way icons and other UI elements are designed. It seems Vivo will stick to the previous look and feel of its operating system.

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