Oppo Reno series gets ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 update

    Oppo's ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 released

    Earlier today, Realme announced its Android 10 full roadmap, where they revealed some of the Realme smartphones to get the ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 update first. Now, Oppo has released its own roadmap and the Reno series appears to be the first in line to receive the latest ColorOS update.

    Starting from today, Oppo has started rolling out its latest ColorOS globally. Reno and Reno 10z Zoom are the first smartphones in line to receive the update. The company dropped the list of all the devices to get the update and the time scheduled for it. According to the company, the update will be available for over 300 million users in 140 countries and supports up to 80 languages.

    As for the features of the ColorOS, it brings a lighter user interface with faster app launch speeds, and as well as a refined dark mode. It also brings new camera features that will interest users.

    Furthermore, the interface has been updated with softer colors and lighter iconography. Oppo also customized the animations and the dark mode is now system-wide and can be scheduled automatically.

    Oppo’s UI First optimizations are tasked with speeding up the feel of the interface and ensuring a more efficient resource distribution including better RAM management and overhauled touch response. The camera department gets a new image processing algorithm and the Soloop video editor. Oppo also released a preliminary list of devices eligible for ColorOS 7 which you can check out below.

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    ColorOS 7 update schedule

    Phase 1 (November 26, 2019)

    Phase 2 (December 2019)

    Phase 3 (Q1, 2020)

        • Oppo Reno 2 Z
        • Oppo Reno 2 F
        • Reno Z
        • Oppo Find X (all versions)
        • Oppo R17
        • Oppo R17 Pro
        • Oppo RX17 Pro
        • Oppo A9

    Phase 4 (Q2, 2020)

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