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Download ColorOS 7 Wallpapers (Full HD+)

Both the Oppo and Realme devices are known for providing feature-rich devices at an affordable price. These devices run on the customized Android named ColorOS. Recently, the OS got updated to version 7, in sync with the latest Android 10. It now offers a new UI, customizable icons and a fresh new color system. Apart from that, it comes preloaded with some vibrant and lively wallpapers. In this guide, you could download all these ColorOS 7 stock wallpapers in Full HD+ quality. They are of 1080 x 2340 pixel resolutions and henceforth have an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. 

ColorOS 7 Stock Wallpapers

As was the case with its predecessor, ColorOS 7 has once again managed to provide aesthetically pleasing wallpapers. As mentioned before, these wallpapers are of 1080 X 2340 pixel resolution. In total, there are a total of 10 wallpapers that you could get your hands on. Moreover, these wallpapers are of Full HD+ quality, having the typical 19.5:9 aspect ratio. So without any further delay, preview these wallpapers from the below gallery before downloading these ColorOS 7 wallpapers from the Google Drive link that follows.

Download ColorOS 7 Wallpapers

You could now download all the 10 ColorOS 7 wallpapers from the Drive link given below:

Apart from that, we also have a huge collection of Oppo and Realme devices wallpapers. Do try them out as well.

ColorOS 7: Everything You Need to Know

Oppo recently announced the ColorOS 7 at an event in China. Apart from being based on the Android 10, it has managed to incorporate quite a few major changes. Packing in a new visual design, it has transformed the overall look and feel. On the visual front, you get a more comfortable color design, ability to modify the icon’s shape and sizes. On top of that, they have also added the much anticipated dark mode. The ColorOS 7 wallpapers that we have provided above sits very well with these new visual changes.

Coming to the camera department, there has been an introduction of the Portrait Mode 2.0, a super-steady mode for video capturing and an enhanced night mode as well. To beautify your pictures, you also have the Beauty 2.0 feature.

Oppo also claims that the updated OS, i.e. ColorOS 7 will lead to better RAM utilization. It has the ability to reduce the app startup time up to 40%. The company further went on to the records and said the OS has the capability to improve the system’s resource consumption by close to 30%. Although these claims are still to be tested, there is no denying the fact that these ColorOS 7 wallpapers will surely be liked by one and all.

Launch Timeline

Now that you have downloaded the ColorOS 7 wallpapers and seen its feature, let’s have a look at its release schedule. Do note that this the rollout timeline for China. In India, the schedule will be made public at the event on November 26.

  • First Phase (25 November 2019): OPPO Reno, Reno Inspiration Edition, Reno 10x Zoom, Reno Barcelona Custom Edition, Reno Ace, and Reno Ace Gundam Edition.
  • Fourth Phase (Q2, 2020)OPPO R15, OPPO K3, OPPO A9, OPPO A9x, OPPO A11, and OPPO A11x.

As far as Realme devices are concerned, they are going to receive a slightly modified version of ColorOS. The Realme X and its Youth Edition will be the first two devices to receive the ColorOS 7 update in February 2020. This will be followed by Realme Q (March 2020) and the Realme X2/Pro (APril 2020). But there is no waiting time as far as the Realme wallpapers are concerned. You could download various Realme wallpapers, apart from the ColorOS 7 wallpapers we already provided above.

Other Realme and OPPO Device Wallpapers

Apart from the 10 vibrant looking ColorOS 7 wallpapers that we provided, you could also get your hands on more such Oppo and Realme wallpapers from below.

Read next: Download DotOS Stock Wallpapers (Full HD+)


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