ColorOS News: OPPO has made an important breakthrough for its interface ColorOS. The Chinese technology giant announced that it has switched to Amazon Web Services. Here are the details.
OPPO has announced that ColorOS operating system users have chosen Amazon Web Services (AWS) to power their advanced cloud-based services certified by ePrivacy, CSA Star and ISO. With AWS, OPPO can offer smartphone users secure data storage services where they can easily store photos, videos, contacts, notes and important data in the cloud.
ColorOS will be more secure
To support this, it uses AWS global infrastructure in Singapore, France, and India to accelerate the deployment of cloud-based services, including Amazon Aurora and Amazon Simple Storage Service. The company leverages a variety of AWS security services, including AWS CloudTrail, AWS Key Management Service, AWS Network Firewall, AWS Certificate Manager, and AWS Artifact.
Based on Android 11, the latest ColorOS 11 helps ensure user security through OPPO’s features such as Private System, Private Vault and Protection of Personal Information.
Custom System allows users to create a separate system account where applications and data run independently of the original account. Private Vault secures data in an encrypted space behind a password, making it unusable by applications that have access to other media. It also allows users to keep their important data confidential.
Personal Information Protection, on the other hand, allows users to submit a blank data form to the application when applications require users to grant access to personal information. It also allows him to access the application without revealing personal information.