Vivo has released an Android 12 deployment schedule based on the FunTouch OS beta for Vivo X, V, Y and S series smartphones in India. As expected, the Vivo X70 Pro + with Vivo’s Snapdragon 888 will be the first to receive an OS update by the end of November. However, Vivo X70 Pro will receive an update at the end of January 2022. By the end of December, Vivo X60 Pro +, X60 Pro, X60, V21, and Y725G will be eligible for the FunTouch 12 beta version. In addition to the Vivo X70 Pro, other phones that are subject to updates include Vivo V21e, V20 2021, V20, Y21, Y51A, and Y31. In April, older Vivo phones such as the Vivo S1 and Y19 will receive updates. Meanwhile, Vivo V17 Pro, V17, S1 Pro, Y73, Y51, Y20, Y20i, and Y30 will get Android 12-based FunTouch OS beta at about the same time.
Vivo also revealed that Vivo X50 Pro, X50, V20 Pro, V20 SE, Y33s, Y20G, Y53s and Y12s will be eligible for FunTouch OS Beta in March 2022. Chinese smartphone makers have not yet announced details of the stable update. Vivo (via RPRNA) has previously announced that Funtouch OS 12 will bring a newly redesigned widget and nano music player.
Other OEMs are also starting to roll out custom skins based on Android 12. Samsung recently unveiled One UI 4 at the Galaxy Unpacked 2 event. OnePlus has begun rolling out the first public beta of OxygenOS 12 to OnePlus 9 users. This all happened after Google’s parent alphabet launched Android 12 on Pixel smartphones. The biggest enhancement of Android 12 on Pixel smartphones is the Material You design language aimed at enhancing the personalization of Pixel smartphones with Android 12. It also brings many privacy-focused features to Pixel smartphones. Google has introduced a new privacy dashboard that gives users better ideas about which apps are getting what data.
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Vivo reveals Android 12-based Funtouch OS 12 beta eligible phones: full list
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