Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Pro 2022 and Legion Y70 are tipped to be the first devices to launch with ZUI 14
Lenovo has introduced the latest 14 version of the ZUI skin it develops for the tablets and smartphones it ships in its native China. The OEM touts it as a "fun" new take on the OS, although it may be intended to support productivity on some devices as well.
ZUI 14 introduces what Lenovo calls the "Almighty Card", a space within the interface that offers an "efficient" one-stop look at everything important running or installed on a given device in widget-like windows. Otherwise, however, the OS' new video is the latest sign that many similar major software upgrades are starting to veritably morph into one these days, particularly in terms of behavior and general style.
On that note, Lenovo skirts around the actual version of Android on which ZUI 14 is based; however, with its new ability to modulate system colors, even that of the status bar, in accordance with the homescreen wallpaper, the odds are in favor of 12 or even 13.
Lenovo's announcements puts the Legion Y70 smartphone first in line to debut with the ZUI upgrade later in August 2022. Meanwhile, the recently-leaked Xiaoxin Pad Pro 2022 is now a strong contender for the first new tablet to debut with the same new software.