Vivo rolling out the Android 11-based Funtouch OS 11 for the Vivo V20 Pro in India

Vivo launched the V20 Pro in September with Android 10-based Funtouch OS 11. Well, the company has released the Android 11-based Funtouch OS 11 for the Vivo V20 Pro.


The software version of this update is PD2020F_EX_A_6.70.8 and the size of this update is 3.59GB. It also adds the November 2020 security patch.


Added notification history so users can easily review various previously received notifications

Added the priority chat function to pin corresponding notifications at the top of the notification bar so you can see important messages immediately

Added the chat bubble function with the options to enable or disable chat bubbles so you can turn chat notifications into bubbles that float on the screen and tap a bubble to quickly enter that conversation, as well as customize settings to choose the form of notifications




[Original Article: SEPTEMBER 30, 2020]

Vivo has launched the Vivo V20 Pro, V20, and V20 SE — the all-new V20 series, starting with Southeast Asia. The Vivo V20 series is the first phone/series with Android 11 out of the box. All three of those devices run Android 11, with Funtouch OS 11 installed on top of it.

Today, Google will announce the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G with Android 11 out of the box. Another Chinese company OnePlus will launch the OnePlus 8T with Android 11 as well.



Vivo V20 Pro comes with an Eye Autofocus Dual Front Camera, includes a 44MP Super Definition main camera, and an 8MP Super Wide-Angle Camera. The main front lens on V20 Pro and V20 feature Eye Autofocus (AF), which uses advanced algorithms to track and focus on moving selfie subjects.

The front camera on V20 Pro and V20 is also packed with a host of additional features—Slo-Mo Selfie Video, 4K Selfie Video, and Super Night Selfie, while V20 Pro’s 105° Super Wide-Angle Selfie creates incredibly wide photos which still look very natural.

Meanwhile, the 64MP-8MP-2MP back camera setup on both V20 Pro and V20 includes Super Night Mode on the main lens. Both devices also feature Dual-View Video, which allows the user to combine footage captured by the front and rear cameras.

Each device is powered by Vivo’s 33W FlashCharge technology for solid durability and fast charging time, providing for a more convenient mobile experience.

Android 11 will also give users a one-touch path to controlling connected devices, seamless switching with media output devices, and the Nearby Share feature to quickly send files, videos, map locations, and more to a nearby Android device.


Vivo is gradually rolling out the V20 series in Southeast Asia. The availability and specifications of each V20 series model will also be tailored to local market conditions and consumer preferences.

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