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ColorOS 7 official video teasers show these new features might be coming

18 November 2019 0

Oppo is all set to introduce a new version to its ColorOS, custom Android skin with a set of new features and capabilities. The improved version is launching in China on November 20 and in India on November 26.

Oppo hasn’t disclosed much about the upcoming features of the ColorOS 7, but of late, the official account of ColorOS on Weibo has been busy teasing a few features. As speculated before, the customized user interface appears to be including some features around the gaming performance and experience.

As teased by the company in a video, a user is tweaking the settings of the phone so that the frame rates don’t drop while playing games. Users will be able to smooth out the frame rate for playing the heavy graphics-hogging games. This reflects, Oppo is not only optimizing the software to offer you a great gaming experience but is also providing you a way to tweak a few things by yourself, according to your needs.

In another teaser, it appears Oppo is bringing something specifically for the vloggers. It puts a caption as “is it necessary to recruit a professional team to cut the vlog?” In the video teaser, a vlogger can be seen annoyed by the work done by the hired editors. This means the ColorOS 7 may bring some special tools for the vloggers so that they could have full control of their creativity. or handle a maximum of their work on their own. Apparently, ColorOS 7 may bring some interesting editing tool, other than just trimming the vlog.

One more teaser reflects that ColorOS will offer a built-in feature to take you away from social media and other digital stuff. This sounds something similar to Zen Mode from OnePlus that keeps you away from notifications and other online things for a set period of time.



ColorOS 7 official video teasers show these new features might be coming
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