OPPO is bringing the trial version of ColorOS 7, the latest iteration of its innovative, customized Android 10-based operating system, to its flagship devices currently available in India, introducing a smoother and more effortless experience to the country’s fast-growing number of OPPO users.
Users can now enjoy the trial version of ColorOS 7 on ten handsets – Reno, Reno 10X Zoom, Reno 2, F11, F11 Pro and R17, R17 Pro as well as Find X, Find X Automobili Lamborghini Edition and Find X SuperVOOC Edition starting today, thus covering most of the OPPO flagship models available in the Indian market.
Since its launch last November in New Delhi, India, OPPO’s ColorOS 7 has received high praise, thanks to the more unified and customized UI system, seamless and fast user experience, and other innovative features such as the system-wide Dark Mode, digital ID document manager DocVault, an advanced three-finger screenshot, and the Soloop video editor.
As a UI with over 45 million users in India, ColorOS is being used in multiple local languages – 72 in total – including English, Hindi, Marathi, Bangla and more. Following the launch of ColorOS 7 in India, OPPO became the first OEM to integrate Digi locker services as part of its efforts to ensure safety and security of user data.
As OPPO continues to focus on bringing the trial version of ColorOS 7 to more models and regions, it is calling on fans to become a part of the OS development process by providing user feedback. As such, OPPO is recruiting testers to try out the trial version and share their experiences in their community at . This will allow OPPO to continue enhancing ColorOS 7 and delivering users a more seamless and effortless experience.
OPPO welcomes users and fans to join its growing pool of over 92,000 testers worldwide. You can apply manually through your OPPO handset by going to “Settings – Software Updates”, tap the settings icon in the upper right corner, tap “Trial Version”, fill in the information, select the must-know checkbox, and then tap “Apply Now”. Apply as soon as possible to avoid missing out, since there’s a limit of 2,000 testers for the Find X series and another 4,000 for the R17 Series. Finally, please note that this trial version may not be completely stable, as its purpose is to allow OPPO engineers to further refine the final edition of the OS. For additional information on applying for the trial version, go here:
OPPO’s largest update to date, ColorOS 7 will eventually be rolled out across 20-plus phone models, covering the Reno, Find, F, K, and A series models and the regions of China, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East.