Oppo Find 7a software update brings voice unlock, better battery life and more
Oppo Find 7a, the Find 7 sibling with a 1080p display was recently launched in India and the device has just received a new firmware update.
The update is not Android 4.4 KitKat, if you were hoping for it. The new update weighs in at 290 MB and brings the Color OS version to 1.2.1i on top of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The update brings some cool new features like voice unlock and fixes some issues with the older firmware.
The voice unlock, as the name suggests lets you unlock your Oppo Find 7a by a voice command. You can choose between three command: Hello OPPO, Ok OPPO and Come on OPPO. Considering every person has a different voice print, Oppo will record your voice 5 times to get an accurate voice print.
Along with that, the new update brings support for smart covers and better battery life. Check out the full changelog below:
- Added support for smart cover
- Added Voiceprint unlock feature
- Added E-warranty card registration
- Optimized power consumption caused by network switching
- When using powered off alarm clock, decreased the auto power on time from 2 minutes to 40 seconds before the alarm rings
- Removed Power-on sound
- Fixed issue that sometimes the screen won’t turn on automatically after call ended
- Fixed the issue that stock music player cannot search out .ogg format files
- Optimized MTP mode, improved speed when copying multiple small files
The update is available to download, so if you own an Oppo Find 7a, you can check for updates on your phone and get the latest firmware from Oppo.