Lenovo smartphones have been well-known to feature a custom-made
user interface dubbed Vibe UI (lately called Vibe Pure UI) in control of
Android OS, but the wind is about to change its direction.
Lenovo dumps Vibe UI for Stock Android

The popular Chinese manufacturer and possessor of the Moto
brand will be dumping its custom user interface for a stock Android experience
on its smartphones. Guess, the Moto experience is paying off due to use of
Vanilla Android on its brand.

Advantage And
Disadvantages of Stock Android
  • First of all, the absence of bloatware on Vanilla Android
    makes it smoother in terms of smartphone performance, thus decreasing this issue
    of lagging.
  • Secondly, faster software updates for devices, by
    implication, Lenovo smartphones users will enjoy this.

Therefore, if you desire stock Android so much, simply
reserve your cash for the forthcoming K8 Note and other upcoming Lenovo
smartphones.
The K8 Note is going to be the first Lenovo branded
smartphone to be shipped with Vanilla Android, version 7.1.1. The device will be
launched on August 9, 2017.
However, one of the demerit is that Stock Android OS users
dont get all the extra resources and functionalities that comes with custom
UIs have. Therefore, Lenovos upcoming devices will have to sacrifice such
added features.
Though, the Chinese mobile brand has promised to add Dolby
Atmos and TheaterMax, in order to support to their stock Android smartphones. Nice
for music lovers.
It looks like smartphones running pure Android OS are the
new cool. The ranks of smartphone manufacturers offering stock Android keep
swelling, slowly but surely. This is what Google has pushed for years, so it
must be great news for them.

Besides Googles own Nexus (now discontinued) and Pixel
smartphones, other manufacturers offering the stock Android experience include
Karbonn, Micromax, Moto, and recently Nokia. You will also find stock Android
OS on Android One smartphones.

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