Telephony sub brands are often able to perform even better than their parent companies. If we wanted to give some examples we could cite Realme against OPPO or Redmi with the more popular Xiaomi, but also iQOO spin-off company of Vivo that for some time seems to have its own precise identity in the panorama of smartphones, such as that of offering powerful devices but with affordable prices.
iQOO UI will be the proprietary interface of the Vivo sub-brand
A reason that is leading the company to the idea of introducing its own system interface (UI), also to contain costs, not depending on anyone. In fact, until now the brand's smartphones have relied on the Funtouch OS to then turn to the Monster UI, a particular version designed for the latest devices, based on the Android 10 operating system.
Times change and grow, therefore with today comes the official announcement of the development of iQOO UI, the new proprietary interface of iQOO, which will be optimized based on your needs, although probably much will be inherited from what has been offered up to now by Vivo .
At the moment there are no rumors about design or functionality, but from mid-June the new iQOO UI will appear on Neo models in all declinations, including the Neo 3, device not yet officially announced. We are really curious to find out.