Vivo is set to make a significant software splash on November 1 at the annual Vivo Developer Conference (VDC), held at the Exhibition Center in Shenzhen, China. This highly anticipated event promises to unveil three pivotal software developments that are poised to reshape the brand’s digital landscape. The trio of innovations includes self-developed AI for mobile platforms, a brand new in-house operating system tailored for IoT (Internet of Things) devices, and the latest iteration of OriginOS, OriginOS 4, designed exclusively for Vivo smartphones.
The spotlight falls first on OriginOS 4, which is set to retain its AOSP (Android Open Source Project) heritage. Enthusiasts can eagerly anticipate the iQOO 12 series and X100 flagships as the initial smartphones to ship with OriginOS 4. Vivo aficionados will also be eager to hear about the update roadmaps for existing Vivo phones, which may be unveiled during this event.
The second major announcement revolves around Vivo’s in-house operating system for IoT devices. Although this operating system is not expected to grace Vivo smartphones, it will play a pivotal role in powering the brand’s ecosystem of connected devices. While specific details remain under wraps, this marks an exciting move for Vivo as it aims to diversify its software offerings.
For tech enthusiasts and Vivo fans alike, November 1 promises to be a date of great significance, as the brand introduces cutting-edge software innovations that will impact the future of Vivo smartphones and IoT devices. Stay tuned for more insights and revelations from the Vivo Developer Conference as the tech world eagerly awaits these groundbreaking developments.