- Update to be rolled out to different models under two phases
OPPO, the leading global smartphone brand, announced the rollout plan of its official version of the ColorOS 7 operating system (based on Android 10) from 28 May for Sri Lanka. Since April, OPPO users have been receiving the official version of ColorOS 7, and now it’s coming to more devices to cove r over 20 OPPO smartphones ultimately, including Reno, F Series and A series in a batch by batch rollout schedule.
Announced in November 2019, ColorOS 7 has been receiving positive feedback from OPPO users globally. With a ‘Smooth and Delightful’ disposition, the Android 10 based mobile operating system comes with a new Infinite Design, faster and smoother performance, enhanced privacy protection and a plethora of new features such as Soloop, focus mode, enhanced three-finger screenshot.
Commenting on the rollout, OPPO Lanka CEO Bob Li said, “The ColorOS team complies with strict quality requirements and takes user feedback very seriously. Before the official version is rolled out, we evaluate bugs and feedback from over 92,000 testers worldwide and make thousands of revisions from the trial version.”
ColorOS has over 350 million users across 140 countries and supports more than 80 languages. OPPO R&D centres played a vital role in the development and rollout of ColorOS 7. The R&D team evaluated valuable user feedback from ColorOS7 trial version to include user-requested features in the stable official release.
ColorOS 7 official version is already available on the OPPO Find X, Find X SuperVooc Edition, Find X Automobili Lamborghini Edition, Reno 10X Zoom, Reno, Reno 2, Reno 2F, R17 Pro, F11 Pro, and F11.
The official version of ColorOS 7 update is being rolled out to the other OPPO smartphones such as F9, F9 Pro, F7, F7 128G, A5 2020 and A9 2020 will be upgraded in June 2020 under Phase#1. A91 will be upgraded in July 2020 under Phase#2