Oppo's New Color OS 2.1 Is Now Official

By 07:45 Sun, 25 Jul 2021 Comments

As part of the launch event for the R7 and R7 Plus handsets, held today, Oppo also officially unveiled the latest version of its own Color OS. This next major update is based on Android Lollipop and aims to bring Google's improved experience to the company's device line.

But, while the Operating System (OS) is being showcased alongside Oppo's brand recent devices, a beta build already exists for the Oppo Find 7 and 7a, so we already have a pretty fine concept as to what is has to offer.

The most apparent changes to Color Operating System (OS) are to the UI. The recent Lollipop base has inspired a go to a new, flatter and simpler design. The design has also become brighter and a lot more dynamic. Icons have been redesigned as well. This includes the system apps, as well as custom icons for about 200 popular apps, so, you can expect a uniform see and feel across the launcher.

But Color Operating System (OS) 2.1 also has a lot more to show than a recent prettier interface. Under the hood, the Operating System (OS) has undergone a lot of changes to create it faster and more responsive. Oppo boasts a reduced boot time, from 31 seconds in Color Operating System (OS) 2.0 to just 19 seconds in the recent version. The platform is also assumed to be optimized for faster app launches, as well as several popular third-party applications, which should be a lot more-fluid.

Naturally, both recent handsets will run Color Operating System (OS) 2.1 out-of-the-box and we are fairly certain that the aforementioned Find 7 and Find 7a will acquire the OTA pretty soon. Availability for other Oppo devices is not clear yet, but judging from the company's track record, they should acquire an equal share of attention.



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