Oppo is preparing to unveil the ColorOS 12 interface on September 16th – UAE breaking news

Oppo is preparing to unveil the ColorOS 12 interface on September 16th – UAE breaking news
Oppo is preparing to unveil the ColorOS 12 interface on September 16th – UAE breaking news

The company Oppo has scheduled the 16th of this September for the official announcement of its new version of the user interface ColorOS 12. Oppo introduces the ColorOS 12 interface in the Chinese market initially on the 16th of September, and the ColorOS 12 interface is scheduled to be based on the new version of the Google Android 12 operating system .

Oppo has scheduled September 16 for the official announcement of its new version of the ColorOS 12 user interface.

Oppo will introduce the ColorOS 12 interface in the Chinese market initially on September 16, and the ColorOS 12 interface is scheduled to be based on the new version of the Google Android 12 operating system.

Also, the first beta version of the ColorOS 12 interface is scheduled to be available on the day of the official announcement of the Find X3 series of phones at the beginning.

On the other hand, expectations indicate that Oppo plans to launch the stable version of ColorOS 12 for the company’s phones during the month of October.

During the upcoming event, Oppo is scheduled to present the new update of the user interface with a number of the company’s products, including a new version of smartphones, as well as a new tablet with a smart watch.

Expectations also indicate that Oppo presented the Reno7 series of phones and the Oppo Watch Free during the event, but the leaks did not reveal the upcoming tablet.

Oppo also offers to update the ColorOS 12 interface with a new visual experience based on moving windows, and shortcut cards that support a quick look at the applications, and Oppo also enhances the protection standards in the interface, so we look forward to more details at the official event within days.

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