Saturday, December 2

Chinese smartphone maker Vivo Is launching Android 14-based Funtouch OS 14 on this date

Vivo has made an exciting announcement, revealing that Funtouch OS 14, based on Android 14, will have a global launch on October 7. This move by Vivo is aimed at getting ahead of the competition and providing users with the latest operating system experience. According to Vivo, Funtouch OS 14 will be one of the first operating systems to be released based on Android 14. The company claims that its OS team is working hard to combine the fast and seamless experience of Funtouch OS with the features and improvements of Android 14.

However, it is still unclear which devices will receive the Funtouch OS 14 update first. It is speculated that the Vivo X90 Pro and iQOO 11 may be among the first devices to receive the update, but this has not been confirmed. Typically, Vivo puts its devices through beta testing before rolling out major updates, but there is no mention of an early access program at this time.

In other news, there have been rumors that the stable Android 14 update may launch on October 4, coinciding with the Pixel 8 series launch event. Canadian carrier Telus initially listed that Android U (14) would be released on October 4, 2023, for all Pixel phones, including the Pixel 4a and newer. However, the carrier later removed this information. While there has been no official announcement yet, the timing aligns with expectations and seems plausible.

Vivo and Google are gearing up to release their respective Android 14-based operating systems. Vivo’s Funtouch OS 14 is set to launch globally on October 7, while the stable Android 14 update from Google is anticipated to be released soon. Users can look forward to experiencing the new features and enhancements that these updates will bring to their devices.

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