OPPO launches ColorOS 12 based on Android 12

OPPO just released its new ColorOS 12 operating system (global version) based on Android 12, making it one of the first OEMs to release Android 12, available first on the OPPO Find X3 Pro in Indonesia and Malaysia.

Serving as a pilot version of ColorOS 12, this edition will offer you a glimpse of how the new ColorOS iteration looks and feels. OPPO plans to unveil the full details of ColorOS 12 (global version) with an online event on October 11, during which OPPO will disclose the inclusive and customizable design, rich features and strong performance, and the rollout timeline of ColorOS 12.
Aiming to cover as many of its users as possible, OPPO is planning to cover 110+ devices and 150 million users across the world, making it the fastest and widest reaching ColorOS update in OPPO history.

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For the very first time, OPPO is also announcing a major update policy. Specifically, for the OPPO devices releasing from 2019 and onwards the company will guarantee three major Android updates for its flagship Find X Series devices, and two Android updates for the Reno/F/K Series and an Android update in some of the A Series models. Together with four years of regular security patch updates for the Find X/ Reno/ F/K Series, and three years for the A Series.

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