Chinese smartphone manufacturer Lenovo has officially announced that they are stopping the development of company’s own ecosystem User Interface named Vibe Pure UI for their smartphones from now onwards. Instead of using their UI, the company wants to flourish the top layer with Stock Android experience.
Lenovo responded to the statement that the new movement is based on users’ demand for removing bloatware, unwanted programs and the need for an optimized UI. With the adoption of Android Stock UI, Lenovo will be providing the smartphones with User Interface looking similar to the Moto devices. Also, the updated can be rolled out faster than ever as there is no visual interface elements have to be modified in each update from Google. As the development of own UI is a big issue for the compatibility of newer updates with older smartphones, the company is more likely to roll out future updates to older ones too with Stock UI.
Also, we can expect the Lenovo to integrate more features into their versions of Android, like Dolby Atmos and TheathreMax. Currently, both the features are available on many of their smartphones including Moto ones, but now it needs to be integrated with many many smartphones. We would see the forthcoming Lenovo smartphones to come with stock Android experience including the upcoming Vibe device K8 Note.