The new Oppo R7s is now on sale in Europe, and while we're waiting on our review unit to land, we bring news of the exciting sounding "Project Spectrum" from the Chinese manufacturer. Having been already announced for the Find 7 and Find 7a, one Android Central reader posed the question in the comments as to whether it would find its way to the R7s.
And Oppo responded with good news. It currently plans to offer the software for the R7s in early 2016. There isn't a solid date beyond that at this time.
Project Spectrum is Oppo's next step in Android software and it's fair to say it's a big departure from Color OS, the manufacturers current custom software. Project Spectrum is a near-stock experience based on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Instead of customizing the entire operating system from scratch, Project Spectrum looks to follow the trend of near-stock with custom apps and features added on top.
We'll have more on the Oppo R7s in the coming weeks so stay tuned for that. If you're interested in picking one up in Europe, hit the links below.