These Oppo smartphones to get ColorOS 7 update in next two months

Joanna Estrada
May 29, 2020

With a "Smooth and Delightful" disposition, the Android 10 based mobile operating system comes with a new Infinite design, localized solutions, enhanced privacy protection and a plethora of new features.

The ColorOS 7 update is rolled out to Reno, Find, K, and A series in a batch by batch schedule. Beyond this, the Oppo K3 and A9 have also received the upgrade. However, this new rollout plan shared information regarding the rest of the devices.

The Oppo F7 came out in 2018 with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box and this Android 10 (ColorOS 7) would be the device's second major OS update, which could also happen to be it's last, ideally.

As part of the announcement, Oppo revealed that is has been sending out the upgrade to select devices since April.

To recall, the company announced ColorOS 7 in November past year. For some context, the company initially announced the Android 10-based update back in November 2019.

Oppo says ColorOS 7 has been tested by more than 92,000 testers worldwide, and thousands of revisions have been made before its commercial release. Beyond this, the company also added custom wallpapers for the Indian users.

Oppo F9 and F9 Pro will start receiving the update from June 10 and he A5 2020 and A9 2020 will start receiving it on June 15th.

The update is bringing in all the features of the ColorOS 7.1 like new user interface, new animations, new icon packs, improved RAM management, SoLoop video editor, night mode, and improved system stability.

Commenting on the rollout, Manoj Kumar, Senior Principal Engineer of OPPO ColorOS, said, "The ColorOS team complies with strict quality requirements and takes user feedback very seriously". These devices will get the update in June as part of Phase 1.

Starting July: the Oppo F15 and the Oppo R15 Pro. The trial program was limited to 2,000 users and those who were quick to enroll themselves were promised to receive the beta update in the coming weeks.

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