Oppo has announced the list of its devices that will be getting the latest ColourOS 6. The Chinese manufacturer released the newly designed ColorOS 6 a few hours backs that improve the UI operations and also brings in some new features. The beta of the same was announced a few months back on November 2018 and since then Oppo has been conducting internal testing on the R15 series.
Oppo’s upcoming Reno series will be the first to get this latest stable update on 10th of April and the Chinese manufacturer has also given the list of devices that will be receiving the latest update. The devices that are listed below will be getting the ColorOS 6 update after Reno series and the handsets that come into the market will come with this new update pre-installed.
The first batch devices that will be getting this update in China are, Oppo R15, R15 Dream Edition in April and when will be follower by Oppo Find X, R17 and R17 Pro by the end of August and the third batch which includes the smartphones like Oppo R11s, R11s Plus, R11, R11 Plus, A7x, and A3 will be getting it from late September. We all know that Oppo will be launching its new Reno series on 10th April and the device will be coming with its new 10x lossless zoom technology.
This technology was showcased at the MWC 2019 and it uses the periscope-style telephoto camera. The Oppo Reno is expected to comes with a Full HD+ (2340 x 1080 pixels) resolution along with 8GB of RAM and 256GB onboard storage. It could be powered with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC coupled with Kryo 485 CPU and Adreno 640 GPU. Moreover, it will come out of the box with Android 9 Pie out of the box with the latest ColorOS 6.0 on top.
Recent Antutu listing revealed that the handset scored 3,65,246 while further rumors suggest that the handset will feature a triple camera setup with dual OIS and 10x optical zoom. Well, we need to wait until April 10 to know more about the Oppo Reno series and do you have any of the devices that are scheduled to get the update? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.