[Update: September 1] OPPO Android 10 (ColorOS 7) update tracker: Devices that have been upgraded so far
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on May 27, 2020) follows:
With shipments exceeding 22 million units in Q1 2020 alone, OPPO is one of the leading smartphone vendors in the world.
Matter of fact, the Chinese company is one of the reasons Android 10 hasn’t been able to hit double figures in terms of Android OS market share. Close to a year later, the OS is running on just 8.2% of all Android devices globally.
Given the huge market presence, updating all eligible phones to OPPO Android 10 (ColorOS 7) would definitely push the market share of the OS up and closer to Pie and Oreo. However, only a handful of OPPO smartphones have received the stable version of the OS so far.
Sure, the coronavirus outbreak was a major stumbling block for OPPO. But the company has been pushing hard to bring its devices up to speed with Android 10 beta updates ahead of the stable rollout sometime in Q2 and Q3 2020.
For now, these are the OPPO smartphones that have received ColorOS 7 stable update:
|Device/Android 10 update||BETA||STABLE|
|OPPO Reno2 F||—||Released|
|OPPO Reno2 Z||—||Released|
|OPPO Reno Z||—||Released|
|OPPO R17/R17 Pro||—||Released|
|OPPO F11/F11 Pro||—||Released|
|OPPO Find X series||—||Released|
|OPPO Reno 5G||—||Released|
|OPPO Reno Ace||—||Released|
|OPPO Reno Ace Gundam Edition||—||Released|
|OPPO Reno 10x Zoom||—||Released|
|OPPO F9/F9 Pro||—||Released|
|OPPO A9 2020||—||Released|
|OPPO A5 2020||—||Released|
|OPPO R15 Dream Mirror Edition||—||Released|
|OPPO R15 Pro||Released||Released|
To date (May 27), a good number of phones that are eligible for the OPPO Android 10 update are still trying the beta version. Granted, we will update this article whenever each one of them makes the switch to the stable version of ColorOS 7.
If interested, you may also check out which devices are likely to receive the upcoming OPPO Android 11 (ColorOS 8) update here.
Update 1 (June 09)
OPPO is rolling out the stable ColorOS 7 update based on Android 10 to the F9 and F9 Pro. See the full story here.
Update 2 (June 11)
OPPO is now rolling out the stable ColorOS 7 update to the OPPO A11 and OPPO A11x. The global variant of the latter, the OPPO A9 2020, should begin receiving the same update from June 15. Details here.
Update 3 (June 15)
Android 10 update is now available for the OPPO A5 2020 and A9 2020 as ColorOS 7.1. See the full details here.
Update 4 (June 25)
The OPPO F7 is now getting the stable Android 10 update with ColorOS 7 on top. See the full coverage here.
Update 5 (July 6)
OPPO says the release of ColorOS 7 update based on Android 10 has been delayed in some regions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See more details here.
Update 6 (July 10)
As promised earlier, the stable Android 10 update is now rolling out to the OPPO R15. See more details here.
Update 7 (July 11)
The stable ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 is now up for grabs on the OPPO A3, OPPO A9, and OPPO A9x. See the full story here.
Update 8 (July 18)
OPPO has opened a new ColorOS 7 beta program for owners of the Reno3 Pro in India and Indonesia. See the full story here.
Update 9 (July 23)
OPPO India support says the F15 will begin receiving the stable ColorOS 7 update based on Android 10 as from tomorrow, July 24. See the full coverage here.
Update 10 (July 24)
OPPO is now rolling out the stable ColorOS 7 update based on Android 10 to the OPPO A91 and OPPO F15. See the full story here.
Update 11 (July 27)
The OPPO R15 Dream Mirror Edition is now being updated to the stable ColorOS 7 update based on Android 10. See the full story here.
Update 12 (July 29)
OPPO is now rolling out the stable ColorOS 7 update based on Android 10 to the R15 Pro. The full details are here.
Update 13 (July 30)
Oppo has made an official announcement stating that the Focus mode feature will not be brought over to the Oppo F9, F9 Pro, F7, F7 Youth, R15, and R15 Pro with the ColorOS 7 update (Android 10). According to Oppo, the decision was made in order to “improve the user experience”. See the full story here.
Update 14 (July 31)
It appears that Oppo is planning to release the stable ColorOS 7 update based on Android 10 for the Oppo R15x and the Oppo K1 in August. Unfortunately, we do not have a specific date. See the full story here.
Update 15 (August 8)
Oppo has taken the wraps off its new ColorOS skin dubbed ColorOS 7.2 over Android 10. This new skin has been released alongside the Oppo Reno4 Pro in India and brings a bunch of new features. See the full story here.
Update 16 (August 11)
Oppo has now released the ColorOS 7 stable update based on Android 10 for the Oppo Reno 5G. This new update comes as version C.26 and is rolling out to users via OTA. Check out the full story here.
Update 17 (August 13)
According to the official software update schedule provided by Vodafone Australia, the Android 10 (ColorOS 7) update for the Oppo R15 Pro is scheduled for testing. Thus, it might take a while before the stable version is rolled out. Check out more details here.
Update 18 (August 17)
Oppo has begun rolling out the stable ColorOS 7 (Android 10) update for the Oppo K1 and the Oppo R15x. The new software version for both devices is F.11 and is rolling out via an OTA update. This new update brings a bunch of new features and improvements to the devices. Head here for more details.
Update 19 (August 28)
We have now rounded up all the details surrounding the release of Android 10 (ColorOS 7) for the Oppo K1. At present, Oppo is yet to release the update for the device outside of China. For more details, head here.
Update 20 (September 01)
IST: 07:50 pm: A lot of users were waiting patiently for the Android 10 update to arrive on their Oppo K1 devices. Such users must be disappointed to know that the Oppo K1 might not receive the OS update for the Global and Indian variants. Read the full story here.
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