Oppo reveals Android 10-based ColorOS 7 update plan for devices in India

ColorOS 7

Oppo is finally ready to reveal its new ColorOS 7 for the smartphones in India. The new version is based on Google’s latest Android 10 version and the company will adopt an updated schedule as it did in China. The new firmware version will reach flagships, affordable phones, and every other device placed in the between. Among the eligible devices we have Oppo Reno series, Find series, K, and A series.

Of course, the new update has some features that are related to the Indian market. For example, it has special features like Digilocker service allowing paperless governance. Moreover, there is a Hawa Mahal wallpaper. The update is already available for many devices and will keep reaching more in June and July. You can check the full schedule below:

Gizchina News of the week

ColorOS 7 – Android 10 – update schedule

Already available for:

  • Oppo Find X
  • Find X Lamborghini
  • Oppo Reno 10X Zoom
  • Reno 2
  • Oppo Reno 2Z
  • Reno 2F
  • Reno
  • Oppo F11
  • F11 Pro
  • K3
  • Oppo A9

Coming in June for

  • Oppo F9
  • F9 Pro
  • Oppo F7
  • Oppo A5 (2020)
  • A9 (2020)

Coming in July for

  • Oppo F15
  • R15 Pro

What is the big deal in ColorOS 7 update?

ColorOS 7 brings a ton of improvements for the Oppo smartphones including System-wide Dark Theme and a new Interface. Moreover, there are some improvements in security and new features for the stock camera app. It’s a massive update if you’ve been running the Pie-based ColorOS 6.x. The rollout shows how Oppo is changing its nature. The company wasn’t the best in providing software updates a few years ago. We can say that this abrupt change is one of the effects caused by the huge success of Realme. Oppo’s former subsidiary is now known as a brand that delivers good software support for its customers. Interestingly enough, Realme devices are running a branch of ColorOS 7 dubbed Realme UI.

Source/VIA :
Previous Microsoft Xbox Series X can automatically add HDR and 120fps support for old games
Next Samsung might be planning a return to removable batteries