On March 17th this year OPPO ’s new ColorOS 6 was officially released. Compared to the previous system version, ColorOS 6 has largely helped the OPPO phone to get rid of the underlying perception of the public. “Beauty”, these words are design concepts that express ColorOS 6. It can be said that since the release of ColorOS 6, I started getting an unspeakable impression of the Oppo phone. The experience brought by the software is huge. Its performance or functionality is not a huge success, but a feeling of joy and self-satisfaction.
It can be said that since the release of ColorOS 6, I started getting an inexplicable impression of the Oppo phone. The experience brought by the software is huge. Its performance or functionality is not a huge success, but a feeling of joy and self-satisfaction.
The making process of ColorOS 6 is actually not long, and it can be seen from this that OPPO is eager to solve their Flaws at the software level. The short development cycle suggests that ColorOS 6 has changed a lot compared to the previous version, but in fact, the kernel hasn’t changed much, but it has fully adjusted the external UI that is perceived most directly by consumers goes. Of course, UI changes are really good, but they are not mature in terms of systems. That’s exactly what happened.
It has been 8 months since ColorOS 6 was launched, and recently we have seen the launch of ColorOS 7, When I first started seeing ColorOS 7, my first reaction was: “This version of ColorOS looks quite light and elegant.”
Yes, ColorOS 7 does not fully continue ColorOS 6’s icon design, but recreates it based on it, and reduces the color saturation of the icon. This change happens when you first see ColorOS 7
The most satisfying thing for users is that ColorOS 7 has started supporting icon customization. In the settings, users can select different icon styles. New version gives three default styles: “Default”, “Content” and “Pebble”. If you don’t like it, you can adjust the icon of your own style through custom options, To ensure customization of third-party applications, OPPO intentionally lets designers redistribute third-party application icons. The overall effect is still very good.
In fact, on ColorOS 7, you can find that the “borderless” design concept proposed by OPPO before has still been reflected, and has been further sublimated. For example, the redrawn icons have become simpler and the line-to-surface ratio has been further improved For example, in the settings interface, the icon of the secondary menu cross the border design, the presentation form is more direct, and there are not so many color blocks, and it looks really, user-friendly. Compared to ColorOS 6, the overall theme is more renowned in the style icon itself, and it greatly reduces the disorder of color and clutter. From this point of view, it is an improvement.
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