Although Oppo is working hard on its next major version of custom ColorOS platform development and today we apparently have seen its progression it has already reached. The beta branch of ColorOS has finally reached version 2.0.4 and now the company has officially released a short video demonstrating its achievements.
However, the Android KitKat-based Color OS 2.0.4 is only available for private testing with public release yet to follow. Exact date for the official launch by the company hasn’t given though, but the Product manager who published the video on the company’s forums says it should be soon happen.
Here’s the glance of an official changelog with the major changes brought by the latest beta preview of the Color OS version:
- Update to Android 4.4.2 and support both the Find 7a and Find 7.
- Unified storage support for both devices, what’s more now you don’t need to use a PC tool to get unified storage anymore, you can simply do it all on your phone.
- New Camera, the new camera app with PI 2.0 engine, supports more camera mode and with expandable widgets which will allow 3rd party developers to develop new functions on this platform.
With this update teaser to ColorOS 2.0.4i, based on Android 4.4.2, the Find 7 and Find 7a get a bunch of new wallpapers and the ability to presort apps. The task manager has been enhanced a bit too. Soon, we will be getting a more detailed version of the OS list by the time the ROM is ready for the prime time, I mean for public distribution. Stay tuned!