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Oppo has announced the release of the latest version of ColorOS globally. Its predecessor ColorOS 6 was released earlier this year. It featured a few fresh tweaks and a new visual appeal. Now the company has unveiled the next iteration of its Android skin - Oppo ColorOS 7. The Chinese company announced the update at a recent event in Beijing and later in a global release on November 26. This time, ColorOS 7 is based on Android 10 and brings a completely revamped UI that is designed to facilitate the heavy users by reduced visual fatigue and offers a more pleasing color scheme. Its icons are entirely customizable, too. Oppo has also added new charging animations and a three-finger screenshot gesture.


Oppo has also introduced a new built-in focus mode, a new password management tool, and a button that allows users to quickly switch between recently used apps in ColorOS 7. The camera app will also have new features like improved night mode and video editing tools. Oppo has also announced a new app that has integration with the Government's DigiLocker service, called DocValut. This app will help users manage their official documents like educational certificates, domicile certificates, and more securely.


The new ColorOS 7 offers improved RAM optimization, increased app startup times, and overall enhancing gaming experience. Oppo has also partnered with Danish audio company Episound to redesign ColorOS 7 sound effects. The attempt is to create a more natural audio experience. Oppo hopes that this will enhance the natural experience of the user. The stable version of ColorOS 7 is due to be released on the upcoming Reno 3 before it is released for other devices. Afterward, it will come to several other Reno devices by the end of 2019. Devices like the Reno, Reno 2, Reno Ace, and Reno 10x Zoom are among that list. But the update will roll out to other Reno, Find, R, and Realme devices throughout 2020.


 

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As Oppo gains more and more mindshare with its nicely built, attractive, and capable devices, the pressure mounts to keep the software fresh, and that has proven to be a little bit of challenge so far with the Find 7 devices.

 

Oppo likes to cater to the tinkerers and developers out there, and its active forums have all manner of discussions about how to do things with Oppo's products. In catering to this crowd however, Oppo also does not push a lot of over-the-air updates for ColorOS, favoring instead to release stable builds or Betas to be manually loaded and installed on devices. Fortunately, the process is literally as simple as downloading a file, connecting the phone to your computer, and then initiating the update on the device itself.

 

With the last big update to ColorOS 2.0.0i for the Find 7/7a this past October, the devices finally had firmware based on Android 4.4 KitKat, as well as a long list of changes to the user experience. With this update teaser to ColorOS 2.0.4i, based on Android 4.4.2, the Find 7 and Find 7a get a bunch of new wallpapers and the ability to presort apps. The task manager has been enhanced a bit too. Check the Teaser Video below!

 

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