The vivo company has recently landed in Europe, but little by little it is forming an interesting portfolio of terminals. Nothing better to generate trust in users who already have your products, than to be transparent with your update policy. Now, the firm has released its official Android 11 roadmap, which will arrive at its terminals before the end of the year.
Having landed in Spain so recently, it should be remembered that vivo is one of the most popular Chinese companies selling smartphones in Asia, with a history that dates back to 2009. Its arrival in Europe has been accompanied by interesting terminals such as the vivo X51 5G or the vivo Y70 . Now, a month after this landing, the company has announced plans to roll out the latest version of Android.
Android 11 live: dates and models
As confirmed by the company in a press release, Android 11 will begin to be implemented from the end of November. The first mobile to receive the update will be the vivo X51 5G and, subsequently, it will arrive on the vivo Y70, Y20s and Y11s models later this year. Keep in mind that vivo has a layer called FuntouchOS , which is a different variant from the one the company offers in the Asia Pacific markets, since it has had to be adapted to the preferences and tastes of European users.
The importance of updates
It should also be remembered that vivo was part of the first group of manufacturers of smartphones equipped with Android 11 that Google announced. In addition, it also provided third parties with the advance version for Android 11 developers (Android 11 Developer Preview), last September At the beginning of October, vivo already launched terminals equipped with the Android 11 operating system in different regions of the world, time it announces its rita sheet so that the relevant updates reach the devices that are already on the market.
In recent times and due to the battle between the different manufacturers, the focus has been more on the update policy. vivo therefore starts off on the right foot, as the user is increasingly taking this aspect into account. Let’s remember that without going any further, Samsung has announced that its flagships from the Galaxy S10, and several terminals of the Galaxy A and Galaxy M series, will receive three years of operating system versions.