ColorOS 7: Where is my phone’s update?

After the ColorOS 7, Android 10 update plan is released, OPPO users are worried regarding the update for their devices. Many users are not aware of the update process. So, we have come up with a discussion related to updates on your devices. We request you to read the article thoroughly to get a rough overview of the update process.

[Updated] ColorOS 7 Update Official Plan Announced Of May, June And Q3 2020

ColorOS 7 Update

We all know that ColorOS 7 with Android 10 is the major update for which many users are waiting. And to make a strong community, ColorOS Team is providing the Trial plans for almost every capable device. This list is already released and updated recently. In general, there are two programs for users. The Stable version and the Trial version.

As we start talking about updates, the Stable update will be loved by everyone. It basically has no bugs and the system runs very smoothly. For devices that haven’t received the ColorOS 7, they will constantly receive ColorOS 6 stabilized updates with an updated security patch. It tries to enhance the system’s performance and will ensure the long-term usage for that particular model. Also, ColorOS 7 has announced that it will provide the monthly security patch updates for the user’s experience.

Android Security Patch

Then arises a new question. The new security patch update is released, but why my device can’t detect it? For this, basically every update for anything will be released in batches. These batches include a huge number of devices to receive updates. Based on the user’s location, the update hits that particular device randomly as the update will arrive Over The Air(OTA). Hence, the update may delay even after release.

Trial Version? (Beta)

In general, it is very easy to rectify bugs in software if such a big team of ColorOS works. It is possible if there are less devices to be tested. But, we can see that almost 20-25 devices of OPPO are getting an upgrade to ColorOS 7 and Android 10. Now, A small mistake can make a big change. To ensure the durability of those many devices in different series, it requires some time. A lot of work will be done before releasing a small update. So, for this insurance of user’s happiness, while using ColorOS, the Trial versions are introduced.

Why Limited Quota? Users are annoyed by seeing these limited quotas while releasing a batch of trial versions. But, there’s a reason behind it. As we mentioned that the upgrade will be for 20-25 devices within a span of 2 quadrants, For every batch of release, the update will become more stable. If a trial version is sent to all devices, some users may have the best experience and some may have the worst experience. In that worst case, it would be very difficult in making the software stable. So, only limited members get the trial version so that bugs can be rectified faster.

What do we need to do for a faster stable version update? The answer is very simple. In the company’s advanced technology world, every testing will work on the basis of feedback. For every solution, there must be a problem that is to be given feedbacks by the testers. Hence, the company just needs feedbacks from you. The more is the feedbacks count, the more faster the team can solve the bugs. And in the same speed, you will receive the updates too…

Here is the ColorOS 8 eligible device list based on the Android 11 update

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