Oppo Reveals ColorOS 12 Update Timeline for More Devices

Oppo ColorOS 12 update timeline

Oppo has been pretty good when it comes to rolling out software updates. The company has already rolled out stable and beta Android 12 builds to dozens of its smartphones, and the list gets longer as the days go by. Oppo has now announced a timeline for a couple of new devices that will receive the ColorOS 12 beta and stable builds in the second quarter (Q2) of 2022.

According to the timeline shared by Oppo, Oppo F19, F19s will start receiving ColorOS 12 beta builds from April 8; Oppo F17 from April 14; Oppo A53 from April 19, while the Oppo Reno3 Pro will receive the beta build of ColorOS 12 in May.

Oppo will release the stable ColorOS 12 update for a handful of devices that are already going through the beta phase. It includes Find X2, Reno6 Pro 5G, Reno6 Pro Diwali Edition, Reno5 Pro 5G, Reno4 Pro, F19 Pro, F19 Pro, F17 Pro, and Oppo A74 5G. The company will start purchasing stable ColorOS 12 build to Oppo A53s 5G from April 25 and the Reno7 Pro 5G will receive the same in May.

Please note that the timeline shared above is only applicable to the Indian users of these devices. Hopefully, the brand will release a timeline for other regions too in the coming weeks.

ColorOS 12 features

ColorOS 12 is the latest custom skin from Oppo based on Android 12. And, It has got a lot to do with the design that you will love. Android 12 brings the Material You theming system that extracts colours from wallpaper and applies them across all the elements. So, simply changing a wallpaper results in a new colour on the elements.

With the latest ColorOS skin, you get new translucent 3D app icons, a more customizable Always-on Display, and the Omoji feature. The floating windows feature in the Oppo phone, which we know as Flexdrop, is renamed Flexible Windows in ColorOS 12. The new ColorOS 12 also brings a new AI system booster, Smart Sidebar 2.0, new privacy features, Color vision enhancement, and air gestures.

Also Read: Oppo is Reportedly Working on Its First Mobile SoC That Could Launch Next Year

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