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OPPO has officially launched ColorOS 12 for global users. The next-gen smartphone operating system is based on Android 12 and comes with inclusive UI and improved performance.
ColorOS 12 is similar to stock Android (vanilla Android). It introduces an all-new inclusive UI, smoother performance, and adds an array of features. OPPO says the new OS will boost users’ productivity and integrate a better work-life balance.
ColorOS 12 makes OPPO a few of the phone makers to roll out an Android-based OS for global users.
ColorOS 12 is built around the theme of inclusivity. With the smartphone penetrating across 440 million users around the world, accommodating all cultures, inclusivity is a focal point in the creation of ColorOS 12.
ColorOS12 takes its design language after OPPO’s infinite Design concept. The OS is lightweight, clean, and friendly for customization. It comes with softer icons, animations, and an information framework friendly to different languages and cultures.
Giving users a smooth, seamless experience has been at the core of OPPO R&D and Innovation. ColorOS 12 makes no exception. It emphasizes both –comfort and endurance.
Thanks to the long-term code decoupling efforts, ColorOS 12 has made some achievements in addressing lags and stutters after prolonged usage, especially in anti-fragmentation and intelligent resource allocation, leading to a low 2.75% system aging rate in 3 years, an average of 30% lower memory occupation and 20% lower battery consumption.
Smoother performance is a focal part of this OS. ColorOS 12 stresses both comfort and endurance. With code decoupling efforts, users will see minimum lags and stuttering. The OS is also capable of intelligent resource distribution which results in a 2.75% lower system aging rate in 3 years. Besides, users will witness 30% lower memory occupation and 20% lower battery consumption.
ColorOS 12 features visual intuitiveness. The Quantum Animation Engine integrates above 300 bettered animations to achieve lifelike effects. The UI can imitate physical habits of resistance, inertia, and rebound making the smartphone experience smoother and lifelike. OPPO says this makes the OS “more aligned to the cognition and habits of the human brain so that the experience is more realistic and intuitive.”
Users will receive practical features such as PC Connect, FlexDrop, 3-Finger Translate powered by Google Lens, and Phone Manager which will improve their daily habits more productive with OPPO smartphones.
ColorOS has addressed users’ concerns of privacy with the latest OS. ColorOS 12 is equipped with improved security and privacy features available on Android 12. This includes Privacy Dashboards, Approximate location Sharing, and Microphone and Camera Indicators allowing users to be in charge of their own security.
OPPO’s default Private System, Private Safe, App Lock and etc. will further accentuate users’ safety while on OPPO smartphones.
OPPO has been very conscious of users’ data privacy. To ensure its users’ data are in safe hands, the company has deployed servers in multiple locations across the world. This makes the data accessible to users in the nearby servers. The data are saved in a non-plain text format and transmitted using their proprietary protocol.
OPPO also holds privacy certifications from ePrivacy and ISO27001 and deploys third-party supervision in the data security field to render privacy effective every day.
In its first roll-out, ColorOS 12 beta will arrive in Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia on Find X3 Pro 5G. This will follow by other countries in more devices through 2021 and 2022 including Nepal.
OPPO plans to bring ColorOS 12 to as many as 110 models with 150 million users worldwide.
Are you excited about an upgrade to ColorOS 12? How do you rate ColorOS performance? Do share your experience below in the comments.