The default Android UI on vivo phones since 2014 has been FunTouchOS but that will soon change as the company is announcing a new version dubbed JoviOS. Ge Yanan, who serves as the FunTouchOS Project Manager revealed the news on his Weibo profile and it seems the upcoming X30 series will be the first phones to ship with the brand new OS.
For now, we have limited info about the new JoviOS so far and it’s just a design sketch for the logo so we donâ€™t know what to expect in terms of features. Given that vivo is ready to completely rebrand its UI, we are probably in for a big redesign.
We also got another image of the X30 Pro 5G which shows the device will come with a headphone jack in the top left corner.
The X30 series will be the first vivo phones to come with a periscope camera which will offer up to 60x hybrid zoom. They are also set to pack Samsungâ€™s Exynos 980 SoC, AMOLED displays with 90Hz refresh rate and up to 12GB RAM.