OPPO details ColorOS 7 and Android 10 rollout plan for Europe and other regions

OPPO details ColorOS 7 and Android 10 rollout plan for Europe and other regions

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A couple of months after Google rolled out the first stable build of Android 10, OPPO announced ColorOS 7 — its newest software release based on the latest iteration of Android. In our review of ColorOS 7, we found OPPO’s latest software release to be a major improvement over ColorOS 6, with a new minimalist UI, full support for Android’s notification features, better dark mode implementation, and more. Shortly after the announcement, we reported that OPPO had started recruiting ColorOS 7 beta testers for a couple of its devices, including the OPPO F11 and the OPPO F11 Pro. The recruitment carried on until earlier this year, with more devices like the OPPO Find X, R17, and R17 Pro being added to the list. Since then, OPPO has rolled out a stable version of the software to a handful of devices, including the OPPO Reno2/z, F11/F11 Pro, A9, and R17. The company has even rolled out ColorOS 7.1 on its Find X2 series with a few additional improvements. However, a number of OPPO devices are yet to receive the stable ColorOS 7 update.

In a bid to give users an idea about when their devices should receive the ColorOS 7 update, OPPO has now announced a rollout schedule for Europe and other regions. The schedule was recently shared via the ColorOS 7 official Twitter handle and it reveals that the company will soon be rolling out the update in several regions over the coming months. Here’s a rundown of all the devices that are set to receive the update, along with the release timeline for each device:

  • OPPO Reno 10x Zoom
    • Ongoing: Russia, Kazakhstan
    • June: Italy, Spain, Turkey, France, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Poland, Australia
  • OPPO Reno
    • Ongoing: Kazakhstan
    • May: Russia
    • June: Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, France, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Poland
  • OPPO Reno 5G
    • June: Australia, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom
  • OPPO R17
    • Ongoing: Australia
  • OPPO RX17 Pro/R17 Pro
    • Ongoing: Kazakhstan
    • May: Itlay, Russia
    • June: France, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Poland, Turkey
  • OPPO Find X Series
    • Ongoing: Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Australia, France, Russia, Kazakhstan, Poland
    • June: the United Kingdom, New Zealand
  • OPPO A5 2020, A9 2020
    • July: New Zealand, Australia, Russia, Kazakhstan, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, Ukraine, Romania, Italy, Belgium (A5 2020), Portugal (A9 2020)
  • OPPO Reno2
    • Ongoing: Switzerland, Spain, Ukraine
    • May: Kazakhstan, Russia
    • June: the Netherlands, New Zealand, Germany, Poland, Turkey
    • July: Italy, France, the United Kingdom
  • OPPO Reno Z
    • Ongoing: Russia, Kazakhstan
    • June: Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, Poland, the Netherlands, Turkey
  • OPPO Reno2 Z
    • Ongoing: Russia
    • June: Germany, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Turkey, Ukraine, Poland
    • July: Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, Switzerland
  • OPPO F9, F9 Pro
    • May: Russia, Kazakhstan
  • OPPO F7, F7 128G
    • June: Russia, Kazakhstan
  • OPPO R15
    • July: Australia, New Zealand
  • OPPO R15 Pro
    • July: Australia, New Zealand, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland
  • OPPO A91
    • August: Italy, Spain, the Netherland, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Poland, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Turkey

A post regarding the matter on OPPO’s ColorOS community forums adds that the ColorOS 7 update will be released in batches and users will have to check the Software Update setting on their device in the given time period to receive the update.