Various smartphone brands are busy pushing Android 10 into their smartphones. Some smartphones brands like Nokia pushes pure Stock Android 10 while some other brand like Realme pushes Custom Skinned Android 10. Realme with Color OS 7, Xiaomi with MIUI 11, Samsung with OneUi 2.0 pushes the Android 10 update. A lot of other brands have also scheduled an Android 10 update for their smartphones within the first half of 2020. OPPO has started pushing Android 10 update for OPPO Find X which currently is for early adopters.
OPPO is a brand that is a little late to the scenario. The company has only kickstarted the preliminary development of Android 10 for the OPPO Find X.
OPPO launched the phone back in July 2018 with ColorOs 5 based on Android 8.1. The device was later upgraded to Android 9 Pie on top of ColorOS 6. Now the device is getting updated to Android 10 which is based on ColorOs 7. The brand opens a limited run of early adopters for the OPPO Find X.
How to update your OPPO Find X to Color OS 7?
Please note that this is the early build and it may contain bugs and other issues. So keep in mind, if you are planning to do the update in your OPPO Find X. OPPO sets a limit of 2000 users for this program. The application for this will be accepted from January 15th. Don’t worry if you didn’t get selected for the program, check after some week so that OPPO will be increasing the no. of members.
- Before updating make sure that your device is running on the latest C.24/C.25 on your Find X and have at least 30% of battery capacity.
- Go to system settings – click software update – now click the settings button which is placed in the top right corner
- Click on upgrade to early adopters and now Click on ColorOS 7 to limit early developers and finally fill out the form which appears right over there
- Come back to the software update interface and click on Check for Update.
OPPO has announced that this software version can be used in your smartphone without any issues, but we reccomend you guys to wait for the official roll-out since this will certainly have some bugs and other issues.