Earlier this month, vivo released an open beta version of OriginOS for 11 phones. The company has now released the list of the second batch of eligible devices for the public beta.

vivo OriginOS

The recruitment for the public beta will begin on January 25 according to the official OriginOS Weibo account and will run until January 27. The build will then be pushed to selected users on the 28th of January. Below is the list of devices:

second batch of devices getting OriginOS public beta

The update should bring not only a new user interface but also bring Android 11 to these devices.

OriginOS is a complete design change from vivo’s other operating system, Funtouch OS. The homescreen is arranged in a Klotski Grid format and features tiny pop-up widgets called Nano Alerts that display details such as upcoming flights and package delivery status. Nano Alerts not only show up on the homescreen but also on Always-On Display.


The new operating system also has system enhancements that include memory and app optimizations, intelligent app freezing, and application preloading for a smooth and fast experience.

vivo is yet to announce OriginOS for the international market. Its new phones for the international markets running Android 11 have Funtouch OS 11 pre-installed. If and when OriginOS gets a global realease, it will take a while before it is available as a stable update for eligible devices.

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