New Delhi: Oppo has launched its new custom skin ColorOS 7 in India. It has been launched during an event in New Delhi. This was the first event of ColorOS 7 outside China in India. It was first launched in China. The new custom skin is based on the company’s Infinite Design concept. Along with features like Dark Mode in ColorOS 7, all the special features of Android 10 has also been supported. Many India based features have also been given in the new custom skin.
The interface also has full icon customisation as well as includes weather-adaptive alarm notifications, Artist Wallpaper Project, and sounds by Denmark’s audio design company Epic Sound. With ColorOS 7, Oppo is trying to compete strongly against Xiaomi’s MIUI 11 that was launched in India last month. Alongside reaching Oppo phones, the ColorOS 7 with some customisations will debut on a list of Realme phones.
India is one of our key markets and we have been reviewing and implementing feedback consistently,” said Martin Liu, Senior Strategy Manager, OPPO ColorOS. “The all-new ColorOS 7 delivers a faster and smoother experience to our users in India and around the world. The team at the OPPO headquarters and our Indian R&D team worked closely and collaboratively for one year to conceptualise and globally implement ColorOS 7.”
Manoj Kumar Senior Principal Engineer, OPPO ColorOS, further added, “We have strived to make ColorOS broader, yet more localised, creating a truly global system that users in different markets can experience and enjoy. This means that we will continue to expand our localisation efforts to ensure that ColorOS is adapted to local user needs. This update not only re-imagines the system design but enhances the overall user experience, with a focus on audiovisual and gaming, with localised features unique to India.”
OPPO’s update to date, ColorOS 7 will be rolled out across 20-plus phone models, covering the Reno, Find, F, K, and A series models and the regions of China, South Asia, South-East Asia, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and West Asia.