As an Arturia employee I'm not allowed to disclose anything about any company's projects.
The only thing I can tell you is that I'm "lobbying" for a new version of Origin (I mean HW and SW), or something of the same kind. Wether this lobbying will be successful or not.... the future will tell us. Chances are not zero, but not that high at the moment, at least in the short term.
I understand that Arturia envisioned a more successful platform with Origin. I think, from what you have posted here, the sales from the Origin would not keep you afloat. I also understand that updates do cost money and with little return, this is difficult to justify.
However, Arturia has to understand our concerns as well. We bought into Origin, some very early on, like me. We invested time and money to make sounds and incorporate the instrument in our music. So, from our standpoint, we did nothing wrong but we get treated by Arturia as if we are freeloaders. What really concerns me is the longevity of the product if Arturia does not even address warranty cases of their product currently sold in stores. I think this extends to the stores as well, otherwise I cannot explain why major stores are selling the Origin Keyboard, non-working for half the price instead of getting it fixed and sell it at full price.
Anyway, Arturia should step outside the box and objectively look at the situation from a customer perspective. How would you feel when you purchased a quite expensive instrument, and then cannot get spare parts or repair work done, if needed?
At the current time, with the limited support we were granted by Arturia, I cannot see of anybody buying into a new concept again. Arturia has to make good on promises and while I would agree that the current OS is quite stable and gives plenty of functionality, what is missing is customer service, especially for hardware issues. Arturia should take pride in the Origin and act accordingly.