Oppo ColorOS 7 Will Be Revealed On November 20 

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Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth has confirmed that Realme phones will soon start receiving a custom version of ColorOS 7 that will be close to stock Android.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:
Oppo ColorOS 7

Oppo will reveal more details about its next ColorOS software iteration, aka ColorOS 7, on November 20. The company is hosting a keynote event in China on the said date where it will make the announcement(s). ColorOS 6 was similarly revealed in November last year.  

Not a lot is known about Oppo’s ColorOS 7 for now, but it should ideally be based on Android 10. A series of leaked screenshots tip pull-down notification and icon redesign, as well as new animations. The update is also said to bring a new Game Boost mode – although how it’s going to be any different from the current version is unknown. More details are awaited. 

Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth has already confirmed that Realme phones will soon start receiving a custom version of ColorOS 7 that will be close to stock Android. We don’t know when and we also don’t know which Realme phones will be supported and we also don’t know if it’s got anything to do with the company’s Project X, but the news should surely come as a pleasant surprise for stock Android fanatics. 

The ColorOS 6 update – based on Android 9 Pie - brought an all-new gradient design and newer fonts, but its ability to allow users to switch to an app drawer interface was invariably its most talked-about feature. Much like how it is in iOS, a large chunk of Android-based custom ROMs coming from China feature a springboard of apps and widgets on the home screen. This means all your apps and widgets lie on the home screen itself, which could become chaotic if you use too many apps. As such, there has been a growing demand from users that brands let them opt for an app drawer, in the in-house ROM itself. It was nice to see Oppo paying heed to this demand.  

The ColorOS 6 update also brought a borderless design, possibly to enhance user experience. It also brought a new font called Oppo Sans, alongside heaps of AI capabilities. It would be interesting to see what Oppo has in store with ColorOS 7. 

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