At an event in Beijing, OPPO finally unveiled the latest version of ColorOS, bringing new visuals, along with a ton of optimizations, improvements, and new features.
ColorOS 7 brings a more rounded icon design with lighter colors, and now supports resizing. Of course, you also get new wallpapers, system sounds and animations, and the very in-demand system-wide dark mode. OPPO is also implementing improved memory optimization, which should result to better UI performance. Game Space also gets a revamp
For photography, there’s Extreme Night Mode, improved Portrait Mode, and a Super Anti-Shake feature for video. Whether it’s a more robust implementation of the one on the Reno2, is something we’ll have to find out. Soloop, a new video and image tool lets you edit photos and videos on the fly.
OPPO’s own digital assistant, Breeno, now features hands-free and driving modes.
Reno3 in the works
The company also teased the Reno3, which is touted to be the first device to launch with ColorOS 7 and will offer dual 5G connectivity. It’s scheduled to be unveiled sometime in December.
Devices that will get the new version of ColorOS include the OPPO Reno, Reno 10x Zoom, Reno2, Reno2 Z, Find X, R17 Pro, A9, A11, and A9 2020.
ColorOS 7 is also coming to the realme X, realme 3 Pro, realme Q, realme 5 Pro, realme X2, and realme X2 Pro.
For the partial schedule and list of devices, check out the source link below.