Vivo’s new Operating system, Vivo Origin OS, with a new desktop grid aka. Huarong Grid has been revamped, and the new look is now out for revelation.
Known to have undergone a dynamic change in its appearance and operating style, the grid will fit the silver split rate. It gives the users access to organize the application layout via basic units.
It further introduces a new atomic notification, enabling easy extraction of key information within a matter of a glance. Furthermore, it has an inbuilt weather app, displaying the current weather information in a visual form of denoting temperature lines, thereby cooperating with temperature color cards of 90 color values.
Coming to another additional facet is the atomic component library used as user calls. With this, one can easily drag icons from the component library and simply arrange them in a place of its own wish in the application interface for multitasking operations.
Currently, it is out for now, but it will hit the marketplace from November 23 onwards. However, it will be available only for selected users who will view the new skin.
Although it won’t be sold worldwide, the zonal areas are not mentioned yet. In fact, the appearance of the Vivo Origin OS for the first time will be seen in both Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro.