Oppo ships Color OS to LG G2 users
In a move that could draw some fury from camps within, Oppo has bundled it’s Color OS and exported to the year-old LG G2 flagship. Oppo’s Color OS is an Android-based user interface the phone maker uses on it’s smartphones such as it’s flagship Find 7 and the N1 phablet.
The ROM is still in beta mode as Oppo is still looking for testers. Adventurous users of the LG G2 D802 (the European version of the LG G2), are challenged to test out the UI on their priced possession.
Link for downloading the ROM is available on Oppo’s forum website where you have to apply to join the beta testers and applications are currently still accepted till September 19th.
However, the development might not go down well with LG as this is way of saying that their Optimus US, which comes bundled with the G2 and even this year’s G3 as well, is not good enough.
Furthermore, this is not the first time Oppo is begging for some Korean fury. Back in May, freshly after the Samsung Galaxy S5 was launched, the Chinese company launched an innocent-looking teaser picture where it sneakily attacked the phone, saying that it’s own Find 7 — which was yet to be announced then — is greater than the Samsung flagship.
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