Let’s welcome to Oppo’s latest ColorOS! The global beta rollout of ColorOS 14 has commenced in specific regions, with the Oppo Find N2 Flip slated to receive the stable version in mid-November. To kick things off, the Trinity Engine has undergone significant upgrades. ROM Vitalization, a key feature, efficiently compresses app and file data, potentially saving up to 20GB of storage on a typical smartphone. RAM Vitalization replaces Android’s RAM mechanism, ensuring better management of background apps. The third component, CPU Vitalization, adeptly balances chipset performance and power consumption. A notable addition is the Smart Charging system, employing an AI algorithm to adjust the charging current based on usage patterns, aiming to minimize battery wear. Enhancing privacy features, Picture Keeper introduces an additional permission layer for accessing specific photos and videos. Moreover, Smart Image Matting now facilitates cropping out multiple individuals and animals from photos or still frames. The new Smart Touch feature facilitates text, image, and video selection from both native and third-party apps, consolidating them in the File Dock—a synchronized clipboard across ColorOS devices. Snapchat enthusiasts receive special attention, with a lockscreen shortcut and a Shelf widget providing quick access and updates.
Oppo has revamped the user interface with the Aqua Dynamic design, presenting polished, standardized elements like bubbles, capsules, and panels for minimal distraction. The Aquamorgraphic Colouring system now adorns the status bar and on-screen content, selecting suitable hues based on the time of day. In an eco-conscious move, Oppo introduces the Go Green style for the Always On Display. Additionally, users can incorporate dynamic Bitmoji stickers that update based on location, activity, weather, and context throughout the day. This comprehensive update promises an enriched user experience with enhanced functionality and aesthetic appeal.