OPPO, a Chinese consumer electronics and mobile communications company, has launched a global version of its ColorOS 12.
According to the company, the new ColorOS is based on Android 12 and offers a clean, inclusive UI with smoother performance.
OPPO said in a statement that it aims to provide its users a seamless experience closer to stock Android 12.
It said with the launch, it would roll out the ColorOS 12 public beta to its global users, first on its Find X3 Pro in Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia, before expanding to other regions and models.
The company said, “Giving users a smooth, seamless experience has been at the core of OPPO R&D and Innovation, and the new ColorOS 12 emphasises on 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 per cent system aging rate in 3 years, an average of 30 per cent lower memory occupation and 20 per cent lower battery consumption.”
According to the statement, OPPO has a presence in about 68 countries, and has some 440 million users around the world.
The company added that it aimed to bring its new OS to over 110 models with 150 million users.
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