ColorOS 7 (Android 10) global trial plan goes live, OPPO K3, F9 Pro, R15 series & more to get the update soon
Probably the one thing that Chinese smartphone manufacturers have improved upon, is the push of security and firmware updates for new as well older phones.
We have seen that with Xiaomi, Realme and now OPPO is also gearing up for the same. In fact, OPPO and its subsidiary, Realme are pretty occupied with the rollout of the latest Android 10 updates for their devices.
Needless to say, ColorOS 7 which is based on Android 10 packs in some cool new features and enhancements for the device and it is the reason why users of the Chinese OEM are pretty excited to experience it on their smartphones.
And adding fuel to the excitement, OPPO has finally announced the ColorOS 7 (Android 10) global trial version roadmap. Not too long ago, we have reported that OPPO came up with China-specific ColorOS 7 roadmap.
Matter of fact, the Chinese OEM shared its preliminary global ColorOS 7 (Android 10) roadmap, back in November. Cut to now, the new roadmap gives us information about global/India specific models.
You can check out the announcement of the official global ColorOS 7 update roadmap shared by OPPO on its community platform:
The above image gives us information that the Reno, Reno 10x Zoom, Reno2, F11 Pro, F11 Pro Marvel’s Avengers Limited Edition, F11 are ongoing with the trial version plan.
Moreover, the devices that are going to receive the ColorOS 7 update in February 2020 are Find X, Find X Automobili Lamborghini Edition, Reno Z, Find X SuperVOOC Edition, A9, R17, and R17 Pro.
While the devices that are set to receive Android 10 updates in March 2020 are RX17 Pro, Reno2 F, and Reno2 Z. Besides, there are some other phones that are slated to receive the trial of ColorOS 7 (Android 10) update in Q2 2020 i.e. K3, F7 128G, F9 Pro, R15, A9 2020, F7, F9, R15 Pro, and A5 2020.
However, keep in mind that these devices will be first served with the trial version of the ColorOS 7 (Android 10) which unlike the stable version, often comes with bugs.
Let us know in the comments below what are your thoughts about the new global ColorOS 7 (Android 10) trial version plan.
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