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ZTE's Android 10 skin will be called MiFavor 10

ZTE's next major Android upgrade is called MiFavor 10. (Source: Weibo)
ZTE's next major Android upgrade is called MiFavor 10. (Source: Weibo)
The Chinese OEM ZTE has revealed that it has a version of Android 10 ready to go. This MiFavor 10 OS is slated to confer numerous UI and system improvements on the devices that will update to it. They include a dark mode, an AI engine upgrade and new dynamic wallpapers.

ZTE has introduced its take on Android 10 via its official Weibo channel. MiFavor 10 and its various new or improved attributes are outlined in the post by way of an extensive infographic. It indicates that this upcoming software upgrade contains many features expected of the OS on which it is based, system-wide dark theme included.

The OEM has also prepared a number of custom additions to MiFavor 10, including a range of fresh dynamic wallpapers, widgets and other UI enhancements. It will also include Z-Booster 2.0, an upgraded interface for on-device AI. It is slated to improve graphics performance, which in turn should lead to reduAced latency in app initializations and smoother system animations.

At the time of writing, the OEM has not specified a roll-out schedule for its next major software upgrade. However, the devices first in line for MiFavor 10 should include newer or more premium phones such as the Snapdragon 855-powered Axon 10 Pro, its successor the 9 Pro and the Blade V10.

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The full gamut of MiFavor 10 features. (Source: Weibo)
The full gamut of MiFavor 10 features. (Source: Weibo)

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-12- 3 (Update: 2019-12- 3)