Based on Android 12, the new ColorOS 12 brings a clean, inclusive UI with smoother performance for OPPO smartphones.
Chinese smartphone brand OPPO has announced the timeline to roll out the ColorOS 12 timeline for Q3 2022. ColorOS is the operating system theme that runs on top of Android OS from Google. ColorOS 12 is the latest Operating system from OPPO that is based on Android 12. If you are using an OPPO smartphone, check out the release date of ColorOS 12 for your smartphone.
ColorOS 12 Android Update Official Version Rollout Timeline for Q3 2022
Oppo has officially revealed the timeline for its latest ColorOS 12 firmware update in India. You can take a look at the list below to find out when your Oppo phone will get the update.
OPPO is already rolling out the ColorOS 12 update in some regions for its multiple smartphones, that includes the Find X2, Reno7 Pro 5G, Reno7 5G, Reno 6 Pro 5G Diwali Edition, Reno6 5G, Reno 5 Pro 5G, Reno4 Pro, Reno3 Pro, Reno 10x Zoom, F19 Pro+, F19 Pro, F19, F19s, F17 Pro, F17, K10, A96, A76, A74 5G, A53s 5G, and the A53 smartphones.
It is important to note that Oppo has confirmed that the update will be rolled out on a batch-by-bath basis.
OPPO will start rolling out the update for OPPO F21 Pro 5G smartphone from July 22, 2022, along with this the company has also mentioned the rollout of the new ColorOS 12 on OPPO A55 and OPPO A16 from July 23, 2022.
To avoid any confusion, this list of eligible devices is not official by any means. Oppo may reveal a list of devices eligible for Android 12 at some point in the future, however, there’s no guarantee. Hence, it’s possible that a device mentioned here might not get Android 12 and it’s also possible that a device that hasn’t been listed here may get the update.
Building on top of OPPO’s Infinite Design concept, which is lightweight, clean and richly, and very customizable, the new ColorOS 12 provides a more inclusive experience and comes packed with softer icons, animations, and information framework that are friendly to different languages and cultures, and an adaptable framework with different phone formats.
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