Oppo has rolled out another ColorOS update for its Find 7 and Find 7a flagships from last year. The newest firmware update is mainly aimed at fixing bugs and enhancing the performance of the devices, but it also brings a few new features for granular battery management and camera.
According to Phone Arena, the new ColorOS Beta update has a version number of 2.1.2i. Users will be able to access the over-the-air (OTA) update from July 6.
The burst mode feature for the cameras of Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a has been improved. When the shutter soft-key is pressed, the camera app is able to snap multiple photos at super-fast speed. Users can easily preview the snapped photos and delete the unwanted and save the good-quality photos.
With the update, users can see a new “abnormal battery consumption” option present inside the ColorOS Security Center to find apps that are consuming more power. The performance of the lockscreen magazine, calling, backing up of photos, and more have been tweaked in the new update.
The Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a are very similar smartphones with slight differences in CPU speed, storage and battery. Both the handsets come with a 5.5 -inch, Quad HD-resolution screen of 1440 x 2560 pixels. The display of the Find 7 offers a higher pixel density of 535 ppi. On the other side, the pixel count offered by Find 7a is 401 ppi.
The Find 7 devices are powered by Snapdragon 801 chipset containing a quad-core process that clocks at 2.5 GHz, supported by 3 GB of RAM. The Find 7a features the same chipset that clocks at 2.3 GHz along with 2 GB of RAM.
The Find 7 comes with a native storage of 32 GB, whereas the Find 7a has an internal storage of 16 GB. The external storage slots on both devices support up to 128 GB of microSD card.
Both the devices feature a 13 MP camera and front-facing camera of 5 MP. The Find 7 has a battery of 3,000 mAh capacity and the Find 7a features a 2,800 mAh battery.
Check out this video on the ColorOS version 2.1.2i beta update: