[Updated] OPPO F9 Android 10 (ColorOS 7) beta update likely to arrive by April-end or in May 2020
This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..
Original story (published on April 24) follows:
OPPO spent months testing the ColorOS 7 beta update on multiple models and recently started rolling out the stable version based on Android 10.
The software is already rolling out to a bunch of devices in the Reno series, among them the Reno Z, Reno2, Reno 10x Zoom as well as the likes of Find X series, A9, F11, F11 Pro, R17 and R17 Pro, among others.
Still, with the month running down pretty fast yet the OS is nowhere, fans are wondering when the F9 Android 10 update will arrive. And someone has been at hand to get back to concerned voices with a promising response.
In a pair of replies, a moderator in the ColorOS community forum has assured owners of the OPPO F9 models that a ColorOS 7 beta update is still in line to arrive this month. If things don’t turn out as planned, expect the package to arrive in early May.
Soon, we will come up with announcement of ColorOS 7 Update regarding for the f9 models.
As you can see, the availability of the OPPO F9 Android 10 update is still subject to confirmation from their end. But we hope all turns out well and the update arrives as planned. Do keep in mind that this is the beta version in question and not the stable version.
Meanwhile, feel free to check out if your OPPO F9 or any other OPPO device is eligible for the upcoming ColorOS 8 update based on Android 11 OS here.
Update 1 (April 25)
The beta update to ColorOS 7 for the Oppo F9 series will begin on April 30. Head here for more details.
Update 2 (April 30)
The beta update to ColorOS 7 for the Oppo F9 and the F9 Pro has finally been released. Head here for more coverage.
Update 3 (June 10)
The stable update to Android 10 for the Oppo F9 and F9 Pro is now live. Head here for more coverage.
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