Today at the 2023 Vivo Developer Conference, Vivo Officially released its self-developed operating system called BlueOS.
Vivo said it first thought of developing its own operating system in 2019 and due to the limitations in the app ecosystem, the company began its journey with Android camp.
Starting in 2018, Vivo began to develop its own operating system. After six years of development, the company finally found its own software ecosystem.
Vivo officials said that BlueOS has three major features including smart interactions, smoother user experience, and user data safety.
Talking about the performance, Vivo said that the BlueOS removed memory usage by 67%, the rendering efficiency has been increased by 48%, and the super coroutine mechanism can also increase the response speed by 18%.
In terms of security, Vivo also stated that the BlueOS operating system framework is written in Rust language to avoid security vulnerabilities caused by improper memory usage from the source.
The BlueOS can run on different platforms including a RAM requirement of only 32Mb. In contrast, Chinese phone makers continue to launch new mobile software skin based on Android and call them self-developed.