Caller OS users will now get storage facility in Amazon Cloud
Oppo has announced that it has selected Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide power-enhanced cloud-based services to international users using its Caller OS operating system.
These services are certified through Privacy, CSA Star and ISO (ISO / IEC 27001, 27018, 29151).
Through AWS, OPPO will provide its users with a secure data storage service to easily store their photos, videos, contacts, notes and other necessary data in the cloud.
To this end, OPPO will provide cloud-based services, including Amazon Aurora and Amazon Simple Storage Services (Amazon Esther), using AWS’s global infrastructure in Singapore, France and India.
David Cooley, Managing Director of OPPO International Internet Business, said, “We have partnered with AWA to provide the best user experience. By prioritizing the safe and comfortable user experience, AWS Cloud has helped provide more accuracy in data privacy and security in the ColorOS operating system.
Based on Android 11, ColorOS 11 features Oppo’s Private System, Private Safe and Personal Information Protection. The private system provides security to the user by creating a separate system account for the app and data to run freely.
Private Safe helps users keep their important data confidential in encrypted spaces via passwords. It is said that it will provide access to the media requesting access to their personal information by sending blank data to the apps asking for access.
“We are thrilled to be able to provide a robust mobile experience to our users around the world through AWS,” he added.