Lenovo finally goes to “pure” Android

At the dawn of third-party Android shell added the missing feature and helped to smooth out the rough edges of the operating system. Today there’s no need — “green robot” feels great without add-ons, which sometimes slow down the smartphone. So Lenovo decided to abandon the shell Vibe UI Pure in their devices.

At the dawn of third-party Android shell added the missing feature and helped to smooth out the rough edges of the operating system. Today there’s no need — “green robot” feels great without add-ons, which sometimes slow down the smartphone. So Lenovo decided to abandon the shell Vibe UI Pure in their devices, as reported by the head of the marketing Department of the company in the Indian market Anuj Sharma.
Users approve

According to that Manager, the transition to stock Android is the result of numerous requests from users. It will also allow more rapid release of updates for smartphones. The first device without Pure Vibe UI will become Lenovo K8 Note with Android OS 7.1.1 Nougat on Board.

In other markets, the manufacturer develops the Motorola brand, and we know that all the devices Moto uses a standard Android interface with nice add-ons. In smartphones, Lenovo India also have brand chips like Dolby Atmos and TheaterMax, but the appearance of the operating system they are not affected.

Most likely, at home market, Lenovo is not affected. “Pure” Android is not very popular in China, where even last year’s flagship Moto Z supplied with sheath One UI:

Source: Android CentralPhoto: Cheon Fong Liew