ZTE, the China-based technology company, has today officially announced its new mobile operating system interface — MyOS. This new user interface for the smartphone will replace the company’s existing MiFavor.
Making the announcement of this new UI, the company said that “this time, we broke through the inherent thinking, incorporated unfettered creative inspiration into the design, and brought a unique new personalized system: MyOS.”
This new MyOS user interface, running on top of the Android operating system, is expected to be first available on the company’s upcoming ZTE S30 series smartphones that are also scheduled to launch in China on 30th March. Later, it will be released for other ZTE models.
ZTE is calling it MyOS 11, which indicates that it is a successor of the MiFavor 10.5 that came installed in the ZTE Axon 20 smartphone. Thus, it’s likely that the company has just changed the name from MiFavor
The development comes just days after ZTE’s executive confirmed that the company has no plans of adopting the Huawei HarmonyOS for its smartphones this year. Now, the reason behind that is pretty clear.
At this time, nothing much is known about the new MyOS but the company will be revealing more details on 30th March, along with the launch of the Axon S30 series smartphones. We expect to know more about it in the coming days through leaks and teasers from the company.
- ZTE announces the Axon 30 Pro will have three 64MP cameras
- ZTE Watch GT is coming and it should launch alongside the ZTE S30
- ZTE S30 Pro to arrive with 144Hz OLED screen and 44MP selfie camera
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