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OPPO all set for first-ever ColorOS 7 launch in India on November 26

This is the first time the smartphone company has planned a launch event for the OS outside of China.

ET Online|
Nov 19, 2019, 02.54 PM IST
​Oppo claims ColourOS 7 will come with 'borderless aesthetics, fresh visuals and intuitive platform'. ​
Oppo claims ColourOS 7 will come with 'borderless aesthetics, fresh visuals and intuitive platform'.
NEW DELHI: Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO is all set to unveil its all-new operating system (OS), ColorOS 7, in India on November 26. This is the first time the smartphone-maker has planned a launch event for the Android-based OS outside of China.

ColorOS and OPPO India's official Twitter handles confirmed the news on Monday.

For a smoother and hassle-free user experience, the tech company promises the new update to come with 'borderless aesthetics, fresh visuals and intuitive platform'.

The customised features are expected to roll out for Indian consumers after the launch.

A day before confirming the news, Brian Shen, Vice-President and President of Global Marketing at OPPO, took to Twitter to boast about the 'awesome' live wallpapers on ColorOS 7. He dropped a clue about the global launch with an 18-second video displaying live wallpapers of Jaipur's Hawa Mahal.

In December 2018, the smartphone company announced its first India research and development (R&D) centre in Hyderabad, which was its seventh facility globally. One of the first software development initiatives at the Hyderabad centre was ColorOS 7's predecessor.

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