The Chinese smartphone company Oppo is on a launching spree this year. The company has introduced so many new smartphones and now it is all set up to launch its own version of customised OS called ColorOS 7. The company has announced that it will launch it the ColorOS this month on November 20. And Oppos Reno 10X Zoom smartphone will receive it by the end of the month.
ColorOS 7 is the successor of ColorOS 6, which will be based on Android 10. The new operating system will come with Dark mode along with new improvements to Oppo phones. However, until now the company has not disclosed what else the new operating system will bring.
Oppo announced the arrival of ColorOS 7 through a teaser video posted via its Weibo account. According to its teaser, the company will pull the wraps off the most awaited new operating system on November 20 in its home market.
It further hints that ‘important announcement is coming tomorrow’ so we can expect what the new software experience it will bring to us as it is assumed to be based on Android 10. Furthermore, it will most likely be less bloated as well as minimalistic than the older version of the Operating system.
While on the other hand, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth also confirmed that the company’s current phones will be upgraded to ColorOS 7, which is most likely to be based on Android 10. But the rollout will only begin next year.
Oppo will be unveiling ColorOS 7 in its home country in China on November 20 the same day Realme will launch Realme X2 Pro in India. So we can assume that the upcoming smartphone will be skinned with ColorOS 7. We do hope so, as the CEO has also hinted that all its current smartphones will have new software experience with a stock-Android look-and-feel.
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