Vivo X90, iQoo 11 set to receive Android 14-based Funtouch OS 14 with improved multitasking, security features



Vivo X90 and iQoo 11 will be updated to Funtouch OS 14 later this month, the smartphone makers announced on Friday. Funtouch OS 14 is based on Android 14, the latest version of Google’s operating system for smartphones. After installing the update, users will have access to better multitasking capabilities, improved personalization options, and new security and privacy features, according to the company. Both Vivo and iQoo have yet to officially announce a timeline for the rollout of Funtouch OS 14 to all supported smartphones.

Both smartphone manufacturers announced the rollout of Funtouch OS 14 to their smartphones via press releases on Friday confirming that the update would arrive on the iQoo 11 on October 7, while the Vivo X90 would receive the update “later this month”. According to iQoo, eligible smartphones will start receiving the update later this year or early next year, while Vivo states that the update will roll out to other devices after the Vivo X90.

With the Funtouch OS 14 update, users will see improved system performance with a new RAM Saver feature capable of keeping multiple apps active at the same time by reducing the number of persistent processes and optimizing up to 600MB of memory for handsets that have 8 GB or more RAM. An App Retainer feature will also remember and restore the status of whitelisted apps when they are opened later.

Multitasking is also set to receive an upgrade with Funtouch OS 14, and users will be able to keep up to 12 small windows active in the background and easily access them while keeping their primary app open. These will include ride-hailing apps, video apps or chat applications, and these apps can be switched with a single tap, according to a press release issued by the smartphone companies.

Like Android 14, which was rolled out to Pixel smartphones on Wednesday, the Funtouch OS 14 update will introduce new personalization and customization options, such as the ability to customize the lock screen clock, new color palettes, and a new monochrome theme capable of to save power on the smartphone.

New security and privacy features are also coming to users with the Funtouch OS 14 update – notifications won’t pop up when screen mirroring is enabled, and hidden photos will be protected by an additional password, according to the company.


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