Recently, smartphone brand Vivo confirmed that it is working on revamping its custom Android layer, which will be replacing the existing Funtouch OS.
Now, the company has confirmed that the new custom OS, called Origin OS, will be unveiled on November 18. The company has posted an event invite for the same on Chinese microblogging site Weibo.
At this point, nothing is known about what new features the company plans to offer with Origin OS. Last week, however, a report did surface online that alleged that the new custom layer will allow users to easily switch between custom skin to stock Android.
While the company hasn’t confirmed any handset that is going to run on Origin OS, rumours have suggested that the first handset lineup is going to be Vivo X60 series.
Back in October, an image appeared on Chinese microblogging website Weibo showing a retail store in China with the branding of Vivo X60 indicating an imminent launch.
Back in July, an alleged listing of Vivo X60s on Bluetooth SIG site showed that the device is expected to come with a 33W fast charging and may be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC paired with 8GB RAM.