OPPO F15 and OPPO A91 are getting the ColorOS 7 stable update with Android 10

OPPO F15 and OPPO A91 are getting the ColorOS 7 stable update with Android 10

After rolling out the ColorOS 7 flavored Android 10 update for the OPPO R15 earlier this month, OPPO is now doing the same for two more phones: the OPPO F15 and the OPPO A91. Don’t let the naming convention confuse you, though, as this is yet another example of OPPO’s rebranding strategy. The company initially launched the OPPO A91 in China back in December 2019, and decided to release the exact same phone in India as the OPPO F15 a month later. To make things further complicated, there exists a global variant of the OPPO A91 as well. The non-Chinese models share a common firmware, thus the new ColorOS 7/Android build is compatible with both these phones.


ColorOS 7 brings in all the new features that Google rolled out with Android 10, such as the system-wide dark mode, and full-screen gestures. OPPO thoroughly revised their custom skin while integrating it on top of Android 10, thus the owners of the phone duo can now enjoy a much cleaner UI, redesigned iconography, optimized Game Space, and much more. The current stable Android 10 build for the OPPO F15/A91 is tagged as CPH2001PUEX_11.C.11, and it is now available for download in India and several other Asian countries.


Thanks to Twitter user @Sanjeev90488373 for the screenshot!

Expand the following section to take a look at the complete changelog of this update:

ColorOS 7 (Android 10) update changelog for the OPPO F15 and the OPPO A91

  • Visuals
    • Brand new borderless design makes visuals more attractive and operation more efficient.
    • Added OPPO Sans as the default font. The new font delivers a refreshing feel and fits well with OPPO’s pursuit of blending beauty and technology.
  • Smart Sidebar
    • Optimised user interfaces and improved one-handed operation.
    • Drag an app out of Smart Sidebar to open it in Split-screen mode.
    • Added two settings: Assistive Ball Opacity and Hide Assistive Ball on Fullscreen App.
    • Optimised the Floating Window feature for more apps.
    • Added a bubble: A bubble is displayed when you open an app in a floating window from the Smart Sidebar. Tap the bubble to collapse and open the app.
  • Screenshot
    • Optimised 3-Finger Screenshot: Use 3 fingers to touch and hold the screen and swipe your fingers to adjust the screenshot size. Use 3 fingers to touch and hold the screen and swipe your fingers outwards to capture a long screenshot.
    • Added screenshot settings: You can adjust the position of the screenshot preview floating window and set the screenshot sound.
    • Optimised screenshot preview floating window: After taking a screenshot, drag it up and release to share it, or drag it down and release to take a long screenshot.
  • Navigation Gestures 3.0
    • New gesture: Swipe inward from both sides of the screen and then hold to switch to the previous app.
    • Optimised gestures: All gestures are supported in landscape mode.
  • System
    • Added Dark Mode: Protects your eyes while reducing power consumption.
    • Added Focus Mode: Shields you from outside distractions when you are learning or working.
    • Added all new charging animation.
    • Optimised the Quick Settings user interface for easier one-handed operation.
    • Swipe left or right to ignore banner notifications.
    • Added a pause function for screen recording.
    • Added a floating window and settings for screen recording.
    • New sounds added for file deletion, calculator key touches, and compass pointer.
    • Optimised system pre-loaded ringtones.
    • Added TalkBack floating prompts for Accessibility.
    • Colour Accessibility Mode added to improve the user experience for visually impaired users.
    • New management function for recent tasks: You can view memory information about recent tasks and lock apps.
  • Games
    • Optimised visual interaction for Game Space.
    • Optimised the startup animation for Game Space.
  • Home Screen
    • More live wallpapers.
    • Added Art+ static wallpapers.
    • Customise whether to open Global Search or the notification drawer when swiping down on the Home screen.
    • Customise the size, shape, and style of app icons on the Home screen.
    • Swipe up on the Lock screen to switch unlock methods.
    • Optimised the graphic design of password unlocks to facilitate one-handed operations.
    • Supported live wallpapers on the Lock screen.
    • More screen-off clock styles.
    • Added a simple Home screen mode, featuring larger fonts and icons and a clearer layout.
  • Security
    • Connect your phone to Wi-Fi networks using a random MAC address to avoid targeted ads and protect your privacy.
  • Tools
    • In Quick Settings or Smart Sidebar, you can open Calculator in a floating
    • Added the trim feature in Recordings.
    • Added the Weather (dynamic) ringtone, which automatically adapts to the current weather.
    • Added weather-adaptive animations in Weather.
  • Camera
    • Optimised the Camera UI for better user experience.
    • Optimised the Timer UI and sound.
  • Photos
    • Optimised the Album UI for a clear hierarchy and quick lookup of photos.
    • Added Album Recommendations that recognises more than 80 different scenes.
  • Communications
    • OPPO Share now supports sharing files with vivo and Xiaomi devices.
    • Optimised the Contacts UI for a more efficient experience.
  • Settings
    • Search Settings now supports fuzzy match and contains a search history.
  • Applications
    • Soloop Video Editor: Create your video with one tap.
    • Added DocVault, an app for easy management and use of your digital ID cards (available only on phones sold in India).

Those running ColorOS 6 based CPH2001PUEX_11.A.33/A.35 builds should get the OTA prompt on their phones right away. OPPO has yet to publish the sideload-friendly package on their download portal, but users can force the update by visiting Settings > Software Updates and clicking on Trial Version from the gear menu.

Source: ColorOS Community

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