Funtouch OS 12 interface revealed early before the launch of Vivo X70 globally

Like many smartphone manufacturers, Vivo has its own Android-based interface. It's called Funtouch OS, and it's designed to power Vivo phones from years past. However, last year, Vivo revealed a new user interface dubbed OriginOS that replaced Funtouch OS for devices sold in China. Now, Funtouch OS 12 has been revealed for the first time ahead of the global launch of the Vivo X70 range

There is currently a page dedicated to Funtouch OS 12 on the Vivo India website which reveals some of the new features it brings to Vivo phones. One of the new features coming to Funtouch OS is the redesigned user interface widgets, whose design appears to have been ported from OriginOS. Widgets are more powerful and Vivo claims they should help users be more productive.

Another feature is Nano Music Player which is a kind of mini player to control playing songs from Spotify, Joox, or files from your local storage. Last but not least is Extended RAM, a feature that is becoming increasingly popular on a lot of phones these days. With this feature, the phone allocates a portion of the ROM (up to 4GB) to the RAM space so that apps can run more smoothly.

More details are expected to be revealed on September 22nd when Vivo plans to announce the X70 range globally. We should also get details about which current phones will receive the update and when they will receive it.

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