Vivo launches BlueOS operating system
At the 2023 Vivo Developer Conference, the tech giant announced its cutting-edge operating system, BlueOS, along with the latest version of OriginOS for smartphones and tablets. BlueOS is a future-proof, homegrown operating system designed to support a variety of devices, including devices with minimum configurations like 200MHz CPU and 32MB RAM, or maximum configurations of 4Ghz CPU and 24GB RAM. It’s a system.
A distinguishing feature of Vivo BlueOS is its use of the Rust programming language, making it a world first in building a system framework for an operating system. This innovative system boasts extensive functionality that supports large-scale models and multimodal interactions.
The operating system’s extensive input capabilities cover voice, images, text, video, gestures, sign language, and even brainwave recognition. BlueOS is a breakthrough in application development, allowing you to automatically generate code and create personalized desktops, wallpapers, and themes.
One of the key highlights is BlueOS’ support for the BlueXlink connectivity protocol, which employs a distributed design concept that ensures compatibility with industry standard protocols. This facilitates seamless and secure data flow and access across multiple devices, supporting a wide range of scenarios in smart home, travel, and office environments.
Vivo’s upcoming devices, the Vivo Watch 3 series, will be among the first to come with the BlueOS operating system. However, it is important to note that BlueOS does not support Android applications. It currently provides access to applications such as Alipay, Baidu Maps, Himalaya, and is compatible with the hapjs high-speed application standard.
The launch of BlueOS represents Vivo’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of innovation in the operating system space and ushering in a new era of intelligent technology and seamless connectivity for users across various domains.