OPPO starts rolling out ColorOS 7 (Android 10) updates to its Find X, Reno, K, and A series phones in India

OPPO starts rolling out ColorOS 7 (Android 10) updates to its Find X, Reno, K, and A series phones in India

After conducting a successful beta run, OPPO is now set to bring the stable ColorOS 7 (Android 10) to a number of OPPO smartphones. The company has started rolling out the latest version of its custom skin to Find X, Reno, F, A, and K series of smartphones in India.

The update will be rolled out in batches, meaning only a small part of the userbase will initially get the OTA with the rollout gradually extending to all users in the coming days. Users can head to the Settings > Software Update and click on the Trial Version from the gear menu to see if it’s available for you.

ColorOS 7 brings a massive overhaul over ColorOS 6 including a minimalistic UI, revamped iconography, improved one-handed usability, full support for Android 10’s navigation gestures, system-wide dark mode, and much more. Check out our in-depth review of ColorOS 7 to learn more about the new software. Along with the above-mentioned features, the ColorOS 7 update for these phones also includes several India-specific features including Digilocker service to keep your documents handy, Smart Riding mode which blocks notifications while you’re driving, and Hawa Mahal wallpaper.


Below is the full list of OPPO phones which are currently receiving the stable ColorOS 7 update based on Android 10:

If you can’t find your device on the above list, don’t worry. OPPO plans to expand the ColorOS 7 rollout to more phones in the coming weeks. Here are the phones which are scheduled to receive the ColorOS 7 (Android 10) update next:

  • From June 10th
    • F9
    • F9 Pro
  • From 15th June
    • A5 (2020)
    • A9 (2020)
  • From 24th June
    • F7
    • F7 128G
  • In July
    • F15
    • R15 Pro

Have you tried out the ColorOS 7 update? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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