Official: Oppo will give 4 major ColorOS/Android update and 5 years of security patches

Oppo Android update security patches

After Samsung and OnePlus, Oppo cooperation has also joined the new software update rollout policy. In the latest edition, the company has announced that it will provide 4 years of major ColorOS (Android) update support and 5 years of regular security patches to some of its selected high-end Oppo smartphones.

The new software update policy is slowly and steadily making its way to the upcoming flagship models. Eventually, it will give users more benefits than traditional schemes. Besides, it will help the gadgets to maintain long-term durability and obtain new features and functions frequently.

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Up to this point, many tech makers have switched to the new planning. Now, it’s time for Oppo to follow the 4 years of Android update support and 5 years of security patches for its forthcoming handsets. Yes, the term “forthcoming” reflects that only those devices launching next year (2023) will be able to enjoy this ultimate benefit in their systems.

Consequently, this means that models like Oppo Find X5 Pro and Find N will not sustain these new tweaks on their surface. However, there could be surely a few hidden pinches for the old devices that the company will bring into the light in the time ahead.

4 Years of Major Update – Android OS or ColorOS?

It’s worth mentioning that Oppo has highlighted the word ColorOS instead of four major Android OS updates. If we go through the flashbacks the company has specifically stated three major Android updates for the Find X series. But this time, the statement has made consumers curious and at the same time, confused to some extent.

To be specific, this point indicates that Oppo might only offer 2 major Android upgrades and four ColorOS iterations for its devices. Till now, the company hasn’t uttered any word on this statement. But we will keep you posted on this matter as soon as we find some new twists and leaks. Stay tuned.

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