Sometimes this week, we reported that Oppo was working on sending the beta version of the ColorOS 12 out as we anticipate the stable build of Android 12 from Google. It is not up to a week after that and the brand has come out with info on which devices will get the new Android 12, when they will get it and much more.
Oppo made sure that they added their own touch to things by not going the new Material You direction that Google is adopting. That, however, does not make the design of the brand any less great to look at.
The company also revealed that the core features of their Android 12 version would be better multitasking, smart sidebar options, improved widget usage and improved contextual actions based on the app that you have launched on the device.
Oppo has also come up with a system that allows you to better use your computers with your phones. The phone screen does not only show up on the monitor but you can interact with it from the monitor also. This beat basic screen sharing where you still have to use the primary device as the controller.
From the roadmap, the company will start with the Find X3 series and OnePlus 9 family in October 2021. November will see the movement of the Find X2 series and Reno6 devices to the same OS. Then, they continue with the Ace and Reno5 units, as well as the K9 and A93 launches in December.
For the first half of 2022, the company will focus on updating the OnePlus 9R and all OnePlus 8 units, as well as a host of other devices that comes from their own stables.