Oppo Android 11 (ColorOS 11) Update Tracker

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In this guide, we will share all the Oppo Android 11 update status. Oppo is the sub brand of Chinese Smartphone maker BBK Electronics Corporation. It hold a major share of India’s smartphone market. We know that Oppo is quite slow when it comes to software updates and we don’t expect that to change with Android 11.

After rolling the Android 11 to the Pixel devices by Google, all major smartphone makers are prepared to roll their first Android 11 update this year. Well, the same applies to Oppo firm too. The company is all set to roll the next iteration of ColorOS 11 based on Android 11.

Oppo ColorOS 11 Update Status Tracker

Updated on January 6, 2021: Now the company has released the Android 11 roadmap for the Oppo smartphones for the month of January 2021. Here are the details:

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  • OPPO ColorOS 11 Official Version Based on Android 11 Roll-out Plan (in January 2021)
    • Ongoing: Find X2, Find X2 Pro, Find X2 Pro Automobili Lamborghini Edition, F17 Pro, Ren04 F, A93, Ren04 Pro 5G, Ren04 5G, Ren04 Pro 4G, Ren04 4G, Ren04 Lite, Renos Pro 4G, Renos 4G, A72
    • From 6th Jan: Ren04 Z 5G (Australia)
    • From 8th Jan: F11, F11 Pro, F11 Pro Marvels Avengers Limited Edition (India, Indonesia)
    • From 15th Jan: Ren04 Z 5G (Thailand, the Philippines)
    • From 21st Jan: A9 (India)
  • OPPO ColorOS 11 Beta Version Based on Android 11 Roll-out Plan (in January 2021)
    • Ongoing: F11, F11 Pro, F11 Pro Marvel’s Avengers Limited Edition (India, Indonesia), A52 (India, Indonesia, Pakistan), A92 (Indonesia, Thailand, Egypt), A9 (India), Ren04 Z 5G (Thailand, the Philippines, Australia)
    • From 26th Jan: Ren02 F (India), Reno IOX Zoom (India, Indonesia)
    • From 29th Jan: F15 (India)

Updated on January 5, 2021: Back in December 2020, Oppo started pushing the beta Android 11 ColorOS 11 update for the Oppo F11 series phones. But a month later, the stable update is now live for the Oppo F11 and Oppo F11 Pro smartphones. The update brings all the features and goodies of Android 11 along with ColorOS 11 and also bumps the security patch level to the latest December 2020. The update arrives with CPH1911_11_F.04 for OPPO F11 and CPH1969_11_F.04 for F11 Pro series users. and sizes a little under 1GB. Talking about the features, it comes with a new always-on display, three new dark modes, a new privacy feature, and a lot of customizations.

oppo f11 and f11 pro android 11

Here is the complete list of changes:

  • Advanced Personalisations
    Now you can personalize the user interface the way you like. ColorOS 11 brings a brand new UI for making your personalization.
  • Enhanced Dark Mode
    ColorOS 11 brings new enhanced features in Dark Mode. Dark Mode can be scheduled based on sunrise and sunset times. You can now set the dark mode in 3 different styles Enhanced, Medium and Gentle. The difference between the 3 is the black color variation. New dark mode settings also provide the option to adjust wallpapers and icons to the dark mode which is a great addition. I love to use this feature. Also reduces contrast in low light conditions.
  • Third-party Icon Pack Support
    The feature which we’ve been waiting for a long time is finally here with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now download third party icon packs from Google Play Store and instantly change your icons natively. I’m pretty much excited to try out this feature in my OPPO Reno 10x Zoom.
  • Always On Display Styles
    Currently, we don’t have much Always On Display customization options in ColorOS 7. It’s all going to change with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now set Text and Image in Always On Display with awesome cool styles. Analog and Digital options are also available.
  • App Layout
    All-new design for changing app layout in your home screen with custom row and column settings.
  • Notification Drawer Redesign
    Notification Drawer looks cleaner now with good separation between notification channels and also blur transparent effect at the back is a nice addition.
  • Notification Drawer Icon Shapes
    If you’re bored with the default rounded square icon in the notification drawer, here’s a way to change that too. You can now customize the shape of icons with ColorOS 11.
  • Edge Lighting
    All AMOLED display users can rejoice now. Edge Lighting feature can be used for incoming calls and notifications received when the screen is off. You can apply light effects to VIP Contacts, Favourite Contacts, All Contacts, or All Incoming Calls with 3 different color options Neon Purple, Ocean Blue, and Amber Orange.
  • Ringtone Maker
    Ringtone Maker was in OPPO LAB with ColorOS 7.2 for quite some time. Now it’s available by default in the Personalisation setting. You can select any music and customize it to play in 4 different moods like simple, vibrant, thrilling, and relaxing with a slow or fast pace.
  • New Wallpapers and Setting
    ColorOS 11 packs a great addition of wallpapers and in addition to static and live wallpapers, ColorOS 11 provides an option to select Art+ Wallpapers.
  • Fingerprint Quick Launch
    If you’re a person who uses a few apps a lot and hates to open the app after multiple touches, here’s a Quick Launch feature. When the screen is locked or off, tap the fingerprint icon to call up the quick launch panel and then slide your finger to an app to launch it.
  • Smart Sidebar Improvements
    ColorOS 11 brings some optimizations in the editing page of Smart Sidebar. Two tabs are displayed and the order of the items can be customized.
  • AI App Preloading
    ColorOS 11 system predicts which apps you’ll use next and preloads them for faster launch speeds. It’s a great feature for shoppers and travelers to buy products in flash sales and book tickets respectively.
  • Weather Animations
    ColorOS 11 brings smooth and refreshing animations overall. Not leaving the weather app behind.
  • Improved Permission Manager
    With ColorOS 11 you can now choose “Allow only once” for sensitive permissions to better protect your privacy. If the app is unused for a few months, the permission settings will reset.
  • All new Game Assistant
    ColorOS 11 added immersive mode which reduces disturbances while gaming so you can stay focused. You can also change the Game Assistant call-up method.
  • Revamped Photos app
    Photos can now be saved in HEIF format to reduce file size and save space. ColorOS 11 optimizes the photo editing feature with upgraded algorithms and provides more markup effects and filters.
  • Camera Improvements
    – No update will be complete without new camera features. ColorOS 11 is not an exception. New shortcuts to instantly share and edit photos or videos directly from the camera app. Lens stain detection feature. Level and grid feature to help you shoot better videos. AI Color Portrait mode uses the Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to intelligently recognize the outline of the subject and retain the subject’s vibrant colour against a black-and-white background.
    – Inertial Zoom feature is my top pick in the camera improvements. As a Reno 10x Zoom user, I use the zoom function in video recording a lot for long-distance objects, even the moon. Inertial Zoom makes zooming smoother. You can now select a speed, then touch and hold on the screen to zoom in/out smoothly.
  • Super Power Saving Mode
    The new Super power saving mode can meet your urgent needs when the battery level is extremely low. With just 5% battery left, you can still chat on WhatsApp for up to 1.5 hours.
  • System and Accessibility Improvements
    ColorOS 11 adds a two-finger swipe up gesture to quickly call up accessibility functions. Also, adds a Sound Amplifier that can amplify faint sounds and soften loud sounds when wearing earphones.
  • Multi-User Mode
    With Multi-User mode, you can add different users to your phone so that they can use their own set of apps & data. In this way, your apps and data cannot be accessed by those users.
  • Multitasking UI Improvements
    Multitasking with ColorOS 11 is even easier. Instead of just 3 apps screens, we can switch easily to and fro with 7 app icons. A great addition for multitaskers.
  • Improved Battery Settings
    To reduce battery aging, now your phone learns from your daily charging routine so it can control the charging speed at night and avoids overcharging. Also, we have new feature called Super Night Standby Mode which consumes just 2% of battery during 8 hours of sleeping time.
  • Settings page revamp
    Icons are revamped and new changes in the names of settings to navigate easier.
  • Fingerprint Animations
    Select fingerprint animations from all new UI.
  • Custom Font Settings
    With all new OPPO Sans font you can customize the font weight and size. It also adapts to different UI.
  • Oppo Relax 2.0
  • Three Finger Translate with Google Lens
  • UI First 2.0 with Quantum Animation Engine
  • Nearby Share
  • Private System
    Private System will improve privacy even further. With Work-Life balance settings, it’s another feather in the cap feature which I love in #OPPOColorOS11

Updated on January 5, 2021: Oppo has started rolling out the Android 11 ColorOS 11 update for the Oppo Reno Ace smartphone. The update arrives with version number PCLM10_11_F.01 and is hitting the Oppo Reno Ace units via OTA in batches. Notably, the update is currently live for users in China. But this also hints that the other regions will soon pick up the stable Android 11 ColorOS 11 update in the near future. The update weighs in around 3.63GB in size.

Talking about the changes, here is the official features that ColorOS 11 will bring to your phone:

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  • Advanced Personalisations
    Now you can personalize the user interface the way you like. ColorOS 11 brings a brand new UI for making your personalization.
  • Enhanced Dark Mode
    ColorOS 11 brings new enhanced features in Dark Mode. Dark Mode can be scheduled based on sunrise and sunset times. You can now set the dark mode in 3 different styles Enhanced, Medium and Gentle. The difference between the 3 is the black color variation. New dark mode settings also provide the option to adjust wallpapers and icons to the dark mode which is a great addition. I love to use this feature. Also reduces contrast in low light conditions.
  • Third-party Icon Pack Support
    The feature which we’ve been waiting for a long time is finally here with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now download third party icon packs from Google Play Store and instantly change your icons natively. I’m pretty much excited to try out this feature in my OPPO Reno 10x Zoom.
  • Always On Display Styles
    Currently, we don’t have much Always On Display customization options in ColorOS 7. It’s all going to change with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now set Text and Image in Always On Display with awesome cool styles. Analog and Digital options are also available.
  • App Layout
    All-new design for changing app layout in your home screen with custom row and column settings.
  • Notification Drawer Redesign
    Notification Drawer looks cleaner now with good separation between notification channels and also blur transparent effect at the back is a nice addition.
  • Notification Drawer Icon Shapes
    If you’re bored with the default rounded square icon in the notification drawer, here’s a way to change that too. You can now customize the shape of icons with ColorOS 11.
  • Edge Lighting
    All AMOLED display users can rejoice now. Edge Lighting feature can be used for incoming calls and notifications received when the screen is off. You can apply light effects to VIP Contacts, Favourite Contacts, All Contacts, or All Incoming Calls with 3 different color options Neon Purple, Ocean Blue, and Amber Orange.
  • Ringtone Maker
    Ringtone Maker was in OPPO LAB with ColorOS 7.2 for quite some time. Now it’s available by default in the Personalisation setting. You can select any music and customize it to play in 4 different moods like simple, vibrant, thrilling, and relaxing with a slow or fast pace.
  • New Wallpapers and Setting
    ColorOS 11 packs a great addition of wallpapers and in addition to static and live wallpapers, ColorOS 11 provides an option to select Art+ Wallpapers.
  • Fingerprint Quick Launch
    If you’re a person who uses a few apps a lot and hates to open the app after multiple touches, here’s a Quick Launch feature. When the screen is locked or off, tap the fingerprint icon to call up the quick launch panel and then slide your finger to an app to launch it.
  • Smart Sidebar Improvements
    ColorOS 11 brings some optimizations in the editing page of Smart Sidebar. Two tabs are displayed and the order of the items can be customized.
  • AI App Preloading
    ColorOS 11 system predicts which apps you’ll use next and preloads them for faster launch speeds. It’s a great feature for shoppers and travelers to buy products in flash sales and book tickets respectively.
  • Weather Animations
    ColorOS 11 brings smooth and refreshing animations overall. Not leaving the weather app behind.
  • Improved Permission Manager
    With ColorOS 11 you can now choose “Allow only once” for sensitive permissions to better protect your privacy. If the app is unused for a few months, the permission settings will reset.
  • All new Game Assistant
    ColorOS 11 added immersive mode which reduces disturbances while gaming so you can stay focused. You can also change the Game Assistant call-up method.
  • Revamped Photos app
    Photos can now be saved in HEIF format to reduce file size and save space. ColorOS 11 optimizes the photo editing feature with upgraded algorithms and provides more markup effects and filters.
  • Camera Improvements
    – No update will be complete without new camera features. ColorOS 11 is not an exception. New shortcuts to instantly share and edit photos or videos directly from the camera app. Lens stain detection feature. Level and grid feature to help you shoot better videos. AI Color Portrait mode uses the Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to intelligently recognize the outline of the subject and retain the subject’s vibrant colour against a black-and-white background.
    – Inertial Zoom feature is my top pick in the camera improvements. As a Reno 10x Zoom user, I use the zoom function in video recording a lot for long-distance objects, even the moon. Inertial Zoom makes zooming smoother. You can now select a speed, then touch and hold on the screen to zoom in/out smoothly.
  • Super Power Saving Mode
    The new Super power saving mode can meet your urgent needs when the battery level is extremely low. With just 5% battery left, you can still chat on WhatsApp for up to 1.5 hours.
  • System and Accessibility Improvements
    ColorOS 11 adds a two-finger swipe up gesture to quickly call up accessibility functions. Also, adds a Sound Amplifier that can amplify faint sounds and soften loud sounds when wearing earphones.
  • Multi-User Mode
    With Multi-User mode, you can add different users to your phone so that they can use their own set of apps & data. In this way, your apps and data cannot be accessed by those users.
  • Multitasking UI Improvements
    Multitasking with ColorOS 11 is even easier. Instead of just 3 apps screens, we can switch easily to and fro with 7 app icons. A great addition for multitaskers.
  • Improved Battery Settings
    To reduce battery aging, now your phone learns from your daily charging routine so it can control the charging speed at night and avoids overcharging. Also, we have new feature called Super Night Standby Mode which consumes just 2% of battery during 8 hours of sleeping time.
  • Settings page revamp
    Icons are revamped and new changes in the names of settings to navigate easier.
  • Fingerprint Animations
    Select fingerprint animations from all new UI.
  • Custom Font Settings
    With all new OPPO Sans font you can customize the font weight and size. It also adapts to different UI.
  • Oppo Relax 2.0
  • Three Finger Translate with Google Lens
  • UI First 2.0 with Quantum Animation Engine
  • Nearby Share
  • Private System
    Private System will improve privacy even further. With Work-Life balance settings, it’s another feather in the cap feature which I love in #OPPOColorOS11

Updated on January 2, 2021: Good news for all the Oppo A52 smartphone owners. Because the company has now started rolling out the stable Android 11 ColorOS 11 update for the devices. The update is currently reported by the owners of Oppo A52 in India. But we expect the update to be available in other regions soon. The update brings all the latest features and goodies of Android 11 along with ColorOS 11. Talking about the update, it arrives with version number CPH2061_11_C.17 and weighs around 3.40GB in size. So, make sure that you have a stable internet connection to download the update.

Talking about the changes, here is the official features that ColorOS 11 will bring to your phone:

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  • Advanced Personalisations
    Now you can personalize the user interface the way you like. ColorOS 11 brings a brand new UI for making your personalization.
  • Enhanced Dark Mode
    ColorOS 11 brings new enhanced features in Dark Mode. Dark Mode can be scheduled based on sunrise and sunset times. You can now set the dark mode in 3 different styles Enhanced, Medium and Gentle. The difference between the 3 is the black color variation. New dark mode settings also provide the option to adjust wallpapers and icons to the dark mode which is a great addition. I love to use this feature. Also reduces contrast in low light conditions.
  • Third-party Icon Pack Support
    The feature which we’ve been waiting for a long time is finally here with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now download third party icon packs from Google Play Store and instantly change your icons natively. I’m pretty much excited to try out this feature in my OPPO Reno 10x Zoom.
  • Always On Display Styles
    Currently, we don’t have much Always On Display customization options in ColorOS 7. It’s all going to change with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now set Text and Image in Always On Display with awesome cool styles. Analog and Digital options are also available.
  • App Layout
    All-new design for changing app layout in your home screen with custom row and column settings.
  • Notification Drawer Redesign
    Notification Drawer looks cleaner now with good separation between notification channels and also blur transparent effect at the back is a nice addition.
  • Notification Drawer Icon Shapes
    If you’re bored with the default rounded square icon in the notification drawer, here’s a way to change that too. You can now customize the shape of icons with ColorOS 11.
  • Edge Lighting
    All AMOLED display users can rejoice now. Edge Lighting feature can be used for incoming calls and notifications received when the screen is off. You can apply light effects to VIP Contacts, Favourite Contacts, All Contacts, or All Incoming Calls with 3 different color options Neon Purple, Ocean Blue, and Amber Orange.
  • Ringtone Maker
    Ringtone Maker was in OPPO LAB with ColorOS 7.2 for quite some time. Now it’s available by default in the Personalisation setting. You can select any music and customize it to play in 4 different moods like simple, vibrant, thrilling, and relaxing with a slow or fast pace.
  • New Wallpapers and Setting
    ColorOS 11 packs a great addition of wallpapers and in addition to static and live wallpapers, ColorOS 11 provides an option to select Art+ Wallpapers.
  • Fingerprint Quick Launch
    If you’re a person who uses a few apps a lot and hates to open the app after multiple touches, here’s a Quick Launch feature. When the screen is locked or off, tap the fingerprint icon to call up the quick launch panel and then slide your finger to an app to launch it.
  • Smart Sidebar Improvements
    ColorOS 11 brings some optimizations in the editing page of Smart Sidebar. Two tabs are displayed and the order of the items can be customized.
  • AI App Preloading
    ColorOS 11 system predicts which apps you’ll use next and preloads them for faster launch speeds. It’s a great feature for shoppers and travelers to buy products in flash sales and book tickets respectively.
  • Weather Animations
    ColorOS 11 brings smooth and refreshing animations overall. Not leaving the weather app behind.
  • Improved Permission Manager
    With ColorOS 11 you can now choose “Allow only once” for sensitive permissions to better protect your privacy. If the app is unused for a few months, the permission settings will reset.
  • All new Game Assistant
    ColorOS 11 added immersive mode which reduces disturbances while gaming so you can stay focused. You can also change the Game Assistant call-up method.
  • Revamped Photos app
    Photos can now be saved in HEIF format to reduce file size and save space. ColorOS 11 optimizes the photo editing feature with upgraded algorithms and provides more markup effects and filters.
  • Camera Improvements
    – No update will be complete without new camera features. ColorOS 11 is not an exception. New shortcuts to instantly share and edit photos or videos directly from the camera app. Lens stain detection feature. Level and grid feature to help you shoot better videos. AI Color Portrait mode uses the Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to intelligently recognize the outline of the subject and retain the subject’s vibrant colour against a black-and-white background.
    – Inertial Zoom feature is my top pick in the camera improvements. As a Reno 10x Zoom user, I use the zoom function in video recording a lot for long-distance objects, even the moon. Inertial Zoom makes zooming smoother. You can now select a speed, then touch and hold on the screen to zoom in/out smoothly.
  • Super Power Saving Mode
    The new Super power saving mode can meet your urgent needs when the battery level is extremely low. With just 5% battery left, you can still chat on WhatsApp for up to 1.5 hours.
  • System and Accessibility Improvements
    ColorOS 11 adds a two-finger swipe up gesture to quickly call up accessibility functions. Also, adds a Sound Amplifier that can amplify faint sounds and soften loud sounds when wearing earphones.
  • Multi-User Mode
    With Multi-User mode, you can add different users to your phone so that they can use their own set of apps & data. In this way, your apps and data cannot be accessed by those users.
  • Multitasking UI Improvements
    Multitasking with ColorOS 11 is even easier. Instead of just 3 apps screens, we can switch easily to and fro with 7 app icons. A great addition for multitaskers.
  • Improved Battery Settings
    To reduce battery aging, now your phone learns from your daily charging routine so it can control the charging speed at night and avoids overcharging. Also, we have new feature called Super Night Standby Mode which consumes just 2% of battery during 8 hours of sleeping time.
  • Settings page revamp
    Icons are revamped and new changes in the names of settings to navigate easier.
  • Fingerprint Animations
    Select fingerprint animations from all new UI.
  • Custom Font Settings
    With all new OPPO Sans font you can customize the font weight and size. It also adapts to different UI.
  • Oppo Relax 2.0
  • Three Finger Translate with Google Lens
  • UI First 2.0 with Quantum Animation Engine
  • Nearby Share
  • Private System
    Private System will improve privacy even further. With Work-Life balance settings, it’s another feather in the cap feature which I love in #OPPOColorOS11

Updated on January 2, 2021: Oppo has now released its Q1 update plan for the rollout of Android 11 ColorOS 11 available for the Chinese market. This piece of information was shared by ColorOS assistant on Weibo. Notably, the ColorOS 11 update in China will begin from Q1 of 2021. Here is the complete updated plan:

  • January 2021 (limited) public beta recruitment plan:
    OPPO Reno3 5G
    OPPO A92s
    OPPO A52
  • March 2021 – Open Beta (limited)
    OPPO Reno2
    OPPO Reno2 Z
    OPPO K5
    OPPO A72 5G
    OPPO A91
  • March 2021 – Stable Release
    OPPO Reno 10x Zoom
    OPPO Reno Ace
    OPPO Reno3 Pro 5G
    OPPO Reno4 SE 5G
    OPPO Reno3 Vitality Edition
    OPPO K7

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Updated on December 25, 2020: Coming in as a Christmas gift, Oppo has now released the ColorsOS 11 (Android 11) update official version is now rolling out to Oppo Reno4 and Oppo Reno4 Pro in India, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan, Myanmar, Thailand, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Egypt, Kazakhstan, and the Philippines. The update arrives with version number C.18 and users are required to be running version A.21 or higher. Talking about the changes, here is the official features that ColorOS 11 will bring to your phone:

  • Advanced Personalisations
    Now you can personalize the user interface the way you like. ColorOS 11 brings a brand new UI for making your personalization.
  • Enhanced Dark Mode
    ColorOS 11 brings new enhanced features in Dark Mode. Dark Mode can be scheduled based on sunrise and sunset times. You can now set the dark mode in 3 different styles Enhanced, Medium and Gentle. The difference between the 3 is the black color variation. New dark mode settings also provide the option to adjust wallpapers and icons to the dark mode which is a great addition. I love to use this feature. Also reduces contrast in low light conditions.
  • Third-party Icon Pack Support
    The feature which we’ve been waiting for a long time is finally here with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now download third party icon packs from Google Play Store and instantly change your icons natively. I’m pretty much excited to try out this feature in my OPPO Reno 10x Zoom.
  • Always On Display Styles
    Currently, we don’t have much Always On Display customization options in ColorOS 7. It’s all going to change with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now set Text and Image in Always On Display with awesome cool styles. Analog and Digital options are also available.
  • App Layout
    All-new design for changing app layout in your home screen with custom row and column settings.
  • Notification Drawer Redesign
    Notification Drawer looks cleaner now with good separation between notification channels and also blur transparent effect at the back is a nice addition.
  • Notification Drawer Icon Shapes
    If you’re bored with the default rounded square icon in the notification drawer, here’s a way to change that too. You can now customize the shape of icons with ColorOS 11.
  • Edge Lighting
    All AMOLED display users can rejoice now. Edge Lighting feature can be used for incoming calls and notifications received when the screen is off. You can apply light effects to VIP Contacts, Favourite Contacts, All Contacts, or All Incoming Calls with 3 different color options Neon Purple, Ocean Blue, and Amber Orange.
  • Ringtone Maker
    Ringtone Maker was in OPPO LAB with ColorOS 7.2 for quite some time. Now it’s available by default in the Personalisation setting. You can select any music and customize it to play in 4 different moods like simple, vibrant, thrilling, and relaxing with a slow or fast pace.
  • New Wallpapers and Setting
    ColorOS 11 packs a great addition of wallpapers and in addition to static and live wallpapers, ColorOS 11 provides an option to select Art+ Wallpapers.
  • Fingerprint Quick Launch
    If you’re a person who uses a few apps a lot and hates to open the app after multiple touches, here’s a Quick Launch feature. When the screen is locked or off, tap the fingerprint icon to call up the quick launch panel and then slide your finger to an app to launch it.
  • Smart Sidebar Improvements
    ColorOS 11 brings some optimizations in the editing page of Smart Sidebar. Two tabs are displayed and the order of the items can be customized.
  • AI App Preloading
    ColorOS 11 system predicts which apps you’ll use next and preloads them for faster launch speeds. It’s a great feature for shoppers and travelers to buy products in flash sales and book tickets respectively.
  • Weather Animations
    ColorOS 11 brings smooth and refreshing animations overall. Not leaving the weather app behind.
  • Improved Permission Manager
    With ColorOS 11 you can now choose “Allow only once” for sensitive permissions to better protect your privacy. If the app is unused for a few months, the permission settings will reset.
  • All new Game Assistant
    ColorOS 11 added immersive mode which reduces disturbances while gaming so you can stay focused. You can also change the Game Assistant call-up method.
  • Revamped Photos app
    Photos can now be saved in HEIF format to reduce file size and save space. ColorOS 11 optimizes the photo editing feature with upgraded algorithms and provides more markup effects and filters.
  • Camera Improvements
    – No update will be complete without new camera features. ColorOS 11 is not an exception. New shortcuts to instantly share and edit photos or videos directly from the camera app. Lens stain detection feature. Level and grid feature to help you shoot better videos. AI Color Portrait mode uses the Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to intelligently recognize the outline of the subject and retain the subject’s vibrant colour against a black-and-white background.
    – Inertial Zoom feature is my top pick in the camera improvements. As a Reno 10x Zoom user, I use the zoom function in video recording a lot for long-distance objects, even the moon. Inertial Zoom makes zooming smoother. You can now select a speed, then touch and hold on the screen to zoom in/out smoothly.
  • Super Power Saving Mode
    The new Super power saving mode can meet your urgent needs when the battery level is extremely low. With just 5% battery left, you can still chat on WhatsApp for up to 1.5 hours.
  • System and Accessibility Improvements
    ColorOS 11 adds a two-finger swipe up gesture to quickly call up accessibility functions. Also, adds a Sound Amplifier that can amplify faint sounds and soften loud sounds when wearing earphones.
  • Multi-User Mode
    With Multi-User mode, you can add different users to your phone so that they can use their own set of apps & data. In this way, your apps and data cannot be accessed by those users.
  • Multitasking UI Improvements
    Multitasking with ColorOS 11 is even easier. Instead of just 3 apps screens, we can switch easily to and fro with 7 app icons. A great addition for multitaskers.
  • Improved Battery Settings
    To reduce battery aging, now your phone learns from your daily charging routine so it can control the charging speed at night and avoids overcharging. Also, we have new feature called Super Night Standby Mode which consumes just 2% of battery during 8 hours of sleeping time.
  • Settings page revamp
    Icons are revamped and new changes in the names of settings to navigate easier.
  • Fingerprint Animations
    Select fingerprint animations from all new UI.
  • Custom Font Settings
    With all new OPPO Sans font you can customize the font weight and size. It also adapts to different UI.
  • Oppo Relax 2.0
  • Three Finger Translate with Google Lens
  • UI First 2.0 with Quantum Animation Engine
  • Nearby Share
  • Private System
    Private System will improve privacy even further. With Work-Life balance settings, it’s another feather in the cap feature which I love in #OPPOColorOS11

Updated on December 24, 2020: The stable Android 11 ColorOS 11 update has now reached the Oppo Reno3 smartphone in the Philippines. This piece of information was shared by the official Twitter handle of ColorOS.

The official version of ColorOS 11 based on Android 11 update for Reno3 4G in the Philippines has been released.
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Updated on December 23, 2020: Oppo A72 users, rejoice! Because the OEM has now started seeding the stable Android 11 ColorOS 11 update for users in Kazakhstan. The update arrives with version number C.66 and users are required to be running version A.53 in order to update their Oppo A72 phones with the latest Android 11 update.

Dear ColorOS Superfans,
The long-awaited Official version of A72 ColorOS 11 based on Android 11 Official Version finally kicks off. So hurry up & don’t miss it.

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Updated on December 18, 2020: Oppo has released the stable ColorOS 11 Android 11 update for the Oppo Reno3 and Reno3 Pro smartphones outside of China. The update comes with version number C.12 for both the phones and packs tons of new features for the duo.

Talking about the changes, here is the official features that ColorOS 11 will bring to your phone:

  • Advanced Personalisations
    Now you can personalize the user interface the way you like. ColorOS 11 brings a brand new UI for making your personalization.
  • Enhanced Dark Mode
    ColorOS 11 brings new enhanced features in Dark Mode. Dark Mode can be scheduled based on sunrise and sunset times. You can now set the dark mode in 3 different styles Enhanced, Medium and Gentle. The difference between the 3 is the black color variation. New dark mode settings also provide the option to adjust wallpapers and icons to the dark mode which is a great addition. I love to use this feature. Also reduces contrast in low light conditions.
  • Third-party Icon Pack Support
    The feature which we’ve been waiting for a long time is finally here with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now download third party icon packs from Google Play Store and instantly change your icons natively. I’m pretty much excited to try out this feature in my OPPO Reno 10x Zoom.
  • Always On Display Styles
    Currently, we don’t have much Always On Display customization options in ColorOS 7. It’s all going to change with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now set Text and Image in Always On Display with awesome cool styles. Analog and Digital options are also available.
  • App Layout
    All-new design for changing app layout in your home screen with custom row and column settings.
  • Notification Drawer Redesign
    Notification Drawer looks cleaner now with good separation between notification channels and also blur transparent effect at the back is a nice addition.
  • Notification Drawer Icon Shapes
    If you’re bored with the default rounded square icon in the notification drawer, here’s a way to change that too. You can now customize the shape of icons with ColorOS 11.
  • Edge Lighting
    All AMOLED display users can rejoice now. Edge Lighting feature can be used for incoming calls and notifications received when the screen is off. You can apply light effects to VIP Contacts, Favourite Contacts, All Contacts, or All Incoming Calls with 3 different color options Neon Purple, Ocean Blue, and Amber Orange.
  • Ringtone Maker
    Ringtone Maker was in OPPO LAB with ColorOS 7.2 for quite some time. Now it’s available by default in the Personalisation setting. You can select any music and customize it to play in 4 different moods like simple, vibrant, thrilling, and relaxing with a slow or fast pace.
  • New Wallpapers and Setting
    ColorOS 11 packs a great addition of wallpapers and in addition to static and live wallpapers, ColorOS 11 provides an option to select Art+ Wallpapers.
  • Fingerprint Quick Launch
    If you’re a person who uses a few apps a lot and hates to open the app after multiple touches, here’s a Quick Launch feature. When the screen is locked or off, tap the fingerprint icon to call up the quick launch panel and then slide your finger to an app to launch it.
  • Smart Sidebar Improvements
    ColorOS 11 brings some optimizations in the editing page of Smart Sidebar. Two tabs are displayed and the order of the items can be customized.
  • AI App Preloading
    ColorOS 11 system predicts which apps you’ll use next and preloads them for faster launch speeds. It’s a great feature for shoppers and travelers to buy products in flash sales and book tickets respectively.
  • Weather Animations
    ColorOS 11 brings smooth and refreshing animations overall. Not leaving the weather app behind.
  • Improved Permission Manager
    With ColorOS 11 you can now choose “Allow only once” for sensitive permissions to better protect your privacy. If the app is unused for a few months, the permission settings will reset.
  • All new Game Assistant
    ColorOS 11 added immersive mode which reduces disturbances while gaming so you can stay focused. You can also change the Game Assistant call-up method.
  • Revamped Photos app
    Photos can now be saved in HEIF format to reduce file size and save space. ColorOS 11 optimizes the photo editing feature with upgraded algorithms and provides more markup effects and filters.
  • Camera Improvements
    – No update will be complete without new camera features. ColorOS 11 is not an exception. New shortcuts to instantly share and edit photos or videos directly from the camera app. Lens stain detection feature. Level and grid feature to help you shoot better videos. AI Color Portrait mode uses the Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to intelligently recognize the outline of the subject and retain the subject’s vibrant colour against a black-and-white background.
    – Inertial Zoom feature is my top pick in the camera improvements. As a Reno 10x Zoom user, I use the zoom function in video recording a lot for long-distance objects, even the moon. Inertial Zoom makes zooming smoother. You can now select a speed, then touch and hold on the screen to zoom in/out smoothly.
  • Super Power Saving Mode
    The new Super power saving mode can meet your urgent needs when the battery level is extremely low. With just 5% battery left, you can still chat on WhatsApp for up to 1.5 hours.
  • System and Accessibility Improvements
    ColorOS 11 adds a two-finger swipe up gesture to quickly call up accessibility functions. Also, adds a Sound Amplifier that can amplify faint sounds and soften loud sounds when wearing earphones.
  • Multi-User Mode
    With Multi-User mode, you can add different users to your phone so that they can use their own set of apps & data. In this way, your apps and data cannot be accessed by those users.
  • Multitasking UI Improvements
    Multitasking with ColorOS 11 is even easier. Instead of just 3 apps screens, we can switch easily to and fro with 7 app icons. A great addition for multitaskers.
  • Improved Battery Settings
    To reduce battery aging, now your phone learns from your daily charging routine so it can control the charging speed at night and avoids overcharging. Also, we have new feature called Super Night Standby Mode which consumes just 2% of battery during 8 hours of sleeping time.
  • Settings page revamp
    Icons are revamped and new changes in the names of settings to navigate easier.
  • Fingerprint Animations
    Select fingerprint animations from all new UI.
  • Custom Font Settings
    With all new OPPO Sans font you can customize the font weight and size. It also adapts to different UI.
  • Oppo Relax 2.0
  • Three Finger Translate with Google Lens
  • UI First 2.0 with Quantum Animation Engine
  • Nearby Share
  • Private System
    Private System will improve privacy even further. With Work-Life balance settings, it’s another feather in the cap feature which I love in #OPPOColorOS11

Updated on December 18, 2020: Well, looks what’s here for the Oppo Reno 4 5G smartphone. Oppo has now released the stable ColorOS 11 Android 11 update for the device. The update is currently rolling out in Australia and brings all the latest goodies from Android 11 as well as ColorOS 11. In an official notice from Oppo, the update was highlighted to be arriving with version number C.01CPH2091_11_C.01. Those who are running their Oppo Reno 4 5G with version CPH2091_11_A.31 or a higher build should be able to download this stable ColorOS 11 Android 11 update. Talking about the changes, here is the official features that ColorOS 11 will bring to your phone:

  • Advanced Personalisations
    Now you can personalize the user interface the way you like. ColorOS 11 brings a brand new UI for making your personalization.
  • Enhanced Dark Mode
    ColorOS 11 brings new enhanced features in Dark Mode. Dark Mode can be scheduled based on sunrise and sunset times. You can now set the dark mode in 3 different styles Enhanced, Medium and Gentle. The difference between the 3 is the black color variation. New dark mode settings also provide the option to adjust wallpapers and icons to the dark mode which is a great addition. I love to use this feature. Also reduces contrast in low light conditions.
  • Third-party Icon Pack Support
    The feature which we’ve been waiting for a long time is finally here with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now download third party icon packs from Google Play Store and instantly change your icons natively. I’m pretty much excited to try out this feature in my OPPO Reno 10x Zoom.
  • Always On Display Styles
    Currently, we don’t have much Always On Display customization options in ColorOS 7. It’s all going to change with ColorOS 11. Yes. You can now set Text and Image in Always On Display with awesome cool styles. Analog and Digital options are also available.
  • App Layout
    All-new design for changing app layout in your home screen with custom row and column settings.
  • Notification Drawer Redesign
    Notification Drawer looks cleaner now with good separation between notification channels and also blur transparent effect at the back is a nice addition.
  • Notification Drawer Icon Shapes
    If you’re bored with the default rounded square icon in the notification drawer, here’s a way to change that too. You can now customize the shape of icons with ColorOS 11.
  • Edge Lighting
    All AMOLED display users can rejoice now. Edge Lighting feature can be used for incoming calls and notifications received when the screen is off. You can apply light effects to VIP Contacts, Favourite Contacts, All Contacts, or All Incoming Calls with 3 different color options Neon Purple, Ocean Blue, and Amber Orange.
  • Ringtone Maker
    Ringtone Maker was in OPPO LAB with ColorOS 7.2 for quite some time. Now it’s available by default in the Personalisation setting. You can select any music and customize it to play in 4 different moods like simple, vibrant, thrilling, and relaxing with a slow or fast pace.
  • New Wallpapers and Setting
    ColorOS 11 packs a great addition of wallpapers and in addition to static and live wallpapers, ColorOS 11 provides an option to select Art+ Wallpapers.
  • Fingerprint Quick Launch
    If you’re a person who uses a few apps a lot and hates to open the app after multiple touches, here’s a Quick Launch feature. When the screen is locked or off, tap the fingerprint icon to call up the quick launch panel and then slide your finger to an app to launch it.
  • Smart Sidebar Improvements
    ColorOS 11 brings some optimizations in the editing page of Smart Sidebar. Two tabs are displayed and the order of the items can be customized.
  • AI App Preloading
    ColorOS 11 system predicts which apps you’ll use next and preloads them for faster launch speeds. It’s a great feature for shoppers and travelers to buy products in flash sales and book tickets respectively.
  • Weather Animations
    ColorOS 11 brings smooth and refreshing animations overall. Not leaving the weather app behind.
  • Improved Permission Manager
    With ColorOS 11 you can now choose “Allow only once” for sensitive permissions to better protect your privacy. If the app is unused for a few months, the permission settings will reset.
  • All new Game Assistant
    ColorOS 11 added immersive mode which reduces disturbances while gaming so you can stay focused. You can also change the Game Assistant call-up method.
  • Revamped Photos app
    Photos can now be saved in HEIF format to reduce file size and save space. ColorOS 11 optimizes the photo editing feature with upgraded algorithms and provides more markup effects and filters.
  • Camera Improvements
    – No update will be complete without new camera features. ColorOS 11 is not an exception. New shortcuts to instantly share and edit photos or videos directly from the camera app. Lens stain detection feature. Level and grid feature to help you shoot better videos. AI Color Portrait mode uses the Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to intelligently recognize the outline of the subject and retain the subject’s vibrant colour against a black-and-white background.
    – Inertial Zoom feature is my top pick in the camera improvements. As a Reno 10x Zoom user, I use the zoom function in video recording a lot for long-distance objects, even the moon. Inertial Zoom makes zooming smoother. You can now select a speed, then touch and hold on the screen to zoom in/out smoothly.
  • Super Power Saving Mode
    The new Super power saving mode can meet your urgent needs when the battery level is extremely low. With just 5% battery left, you can still chat on WhatsApp for up to 1.5 hours.
  • System and Accessibility Improvements
    ColorOS 11 adds a two-finger swipe up gesture to quickly call up accessibility functions. Also, adds a Sound Amplifier that can amplify faint sounds and soften loud sounds when wearing earphones.
  • Multi-User Mode
    With Multi-User mode, you can add different users to your phone so that they can use their own set of apps & data. In this way, your apps and data cannot be accessed by those users.
  • Multitasking UI Improvements
    Multitasking with ColorOS 11 is even easier. Instead of just 3 apps screens, we can switch easily to and fro with 7 app icons. A great addition for multitaskers.
  • Improved Battery Settings
    To reduce battery aging, now your phone learns from your daily charging routine so it can control the charging speed at night and avoids overcharging. Also, we have new feature called Super Night Standby Mode which consumes just 2% of battery during 8 hours of sleeping time.
  • Settings page revamp
    Icons are revamped and new changes in the names of settings to navigate easier.
  • Fingerprint Animations
    Select fingerprint animations from all new UI.
  • Custom Font Settings
    With all new OPPO Sans font you can customize the font weight and size. It also adapts to different UI.
  • Oppo Relax 2.0
  • Three Finger Translate with Google Lens
  • UI First 2.0 with Quantum Animation Engine
  • Nearby Share
  • Private System
    Private System will improve privacy even further. With Work-Life balance settings, it’s another feather in the cap feature which I love in #OPPOColorOS11

Updated on December 14, 2020: Good news for all the Oppo F11 Pro and F11 Pro Marvel’s Avengers Limited Edition users in India and Indonesia, because the company will be pushing the Android 11 ColorOS 11 beta update soon for the users who have registered for the beta program. Note that the first batch of Android 11 ColorOS 11 beta update is live for registration from December 11 to December 16 for both countries. The update will be delivered to the registered users in the coming weeks as soon as the first batch of beta recruitment is over. You need to make sure that your device is updated to version C.33 before being eligible to apply for the Android 11 beta program for Oppo F11 Pro and F11 Pro Marvel’s Avengers Limited Edition. And in order to enroll, click ‘Settings’>> ‘Software Update’>> Click the settings icon on the screen>> Apply for Beta Version>>Update Beta Version.


Updated on December 11, 2020: Oppo has now started recruiting beta members for the Oppo Reno4 Z 5G smartphone. The Android 11 beta version plan has kicked off in regions including Thailand, the Philippines, and Australia. Users should understand to take a complete backup of the data stored in their smartphone. Moreover, you should understand that since you will receive the Android 11 beta update, there will be some bugs in the update. So, take note of all the bugs included in the beta update before installing it in your daily driver. The Android 11 beta program is starting from December 11 and will continue till December 14. You need to make sure that your device is updated to version A.25 before being eligible to apply for the Android 11 beta program for Oppo Reno4 Z 5G. And in order to enroll, Click ‘Settings’>> ‘Software Update’>> Click the settings icon on the screen>> Apply for Beta Version>>Update Beta Version. And then follow the guide to apply. For more information, you can head here.


Updated on December 11, 2020: Good news for the Oppo A52 users in India and Indonesia. Because the company has started the ColorOS 11 Android 11 beta program. The beta program has started on December 10 and will go on till December 16. If you wish to apply for this program, then make sure that your phone is running version A.53. And in order to enroll, Click ‘Settings’>> ‘Software Update’>> Click the settings icon on the screen>> Apply for Beta Version>>Update Beta Version. And then follow the guide to apply.


Updated on December 4, 2020: Oppo has released the complete Android 11 ColorOS 11 beta and stable rollout plans on Twitter. Notably, the beta and stable updates will be rolled out from this month, i.e. December. Here is when your devices will get the update:

  • Android 11 ColorOS 11 Beta Update
    • Ongoing: Reno4 4G I Reno4 Pro 4G (India, Indonesia, Vietnam), Reno4 5G (Australia)
    • From 4th Dec: A92 (Indonesia)
    • From 10th Dec: A52 (India, Indonesia)
    • From 11th Dec: Reno4 Z 5G (Thailand, the Philippines)
    • From 14th Dec: F11 Pro Series (India, Indonesia)
    • From 19th Dec: F11 (India, Indonesia)
    • From 23rd Dec: A9 (India)
  • Android 11 ColorOS 11 Stable Update
    Ongoing

    • F17 Pro: Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Cambodia, India, Pakistan, Egypt, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, Hong Kong,
      Indonesia, Russia, Singapore, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan
    • Find X2 Series: India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal
    • Reno4 F: Indonesia
    • A93: Thailand, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Kenya, Nigeria, Tunisia, Levant, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia
    • Reno4 Pro 5G: Thailand, Russia, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar
    • Reno4 Lite: Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan
  • Android 11 ColorOS 11 Stable Update
    (in December 2020)

    • Reno3 4G/Reno3 Pro 4G (From Dec 12): Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Nigeria, Egypt, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Algeria, Tunisia, Kenya, Singapore
    • Reno4 5G (From Dec 16): Australia
    • A72 (From Dec 16): Kazakhstan
    • Reno4 4G/ Reno4 Pro 4G (From Dec 24): Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Pakistan, India
    • Reno4 Pro 4G (From Dec 29): Kazakhstan
    • Reno3 4G (From Dec 30): Russia, Kazakhstan
  • Android 11 ColorOS 11 Stable Update
    (in December 2020)

    • Find X2 Pro (Western Europe): Belgium, France, Spain, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland
    • Find X2 (Eastern Europe): Ukraine, Turkey
    • Reno4 Lite (Eastern Europe): Ukraine, Turkey
    • Reno 3 (Eastern Europe): Ukraine

Update as of September 16: Just like Realme, Oppo has released a list of apps that are not supported on Android 11. These apps either crash or lag as said and thus, it would take some time for it to be compatible. The list includes apps like AMPlayer, K Plus, Taxi 2, LivU, among others. Users who are interested in enrolling for Android 11 beta must take this list into account. Here’s the list.

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Update as of September 15: The ColorOS 11 based on Android 11 beta is not available in Europe due to the GDPR compliance concerns. It will commence in November in both EEA and EU regions for which the timeline is already available below. [Source]

Update as of September 14: Oppo has finally released its Android 10-based ColorOS 11 with a string of new features and more.

Now that you are aware of the feature list, a pretty important question might be bugging you all: the release date of the latest Oppo ColorOS 11 based on Android 11. The smartphone manufacturer has posted on Twitter that the ColorOS 11 will be releasing on September 14 at 9 AM at a Global Launch Event. As mentioned before, there is a direct bump in the version number from ColorOS 7 (based on Android 10) to ColorOS 11 (Android 11), to be in sync with the Google-owned OS version.

Update as of September 14:  Today marks the day when Oppo  launches ColorOS 11 via its online press conference to bring the latest major OS update to global users. The ColorOS 11 brings a string of features including Oppo Relax 2.0 that lets users create while noise or you can simply listen to its vast collection. The UI has been customized as per customer’s desire for an unique phone experience. 

Oppo ColorOS 11 Supported Device List

From this section, you could now grab hold of the latest ColorOS 11 based on Android 11 for all the Oppo devices.

Oppo Reno 4 Pro

Oppo Reno 4 Pro

Oppo has added Oppo Reno 4 Pro in the list of devices to enter beta recruitment. As opposed to our previous story on Reno 3 series and Find X2 series, the Reno 4 Pro’s beta recruitment for the Chinese variants starts today i.e. September 5 through September 8 at noon. More on it here.  [Source]

Oppo Find X2

Oppo Find X2Oppo Find X2 series is the first to witness the stunning ColorOS 8 based on Android 11 R as a beta before any other Oppo smartphone might get it. This was confirmed by Oppo earlier today i.e. on June 12 that Oppo Find X2 will get the beta update pretty soon. Stay tuned to know more about it right here.

For More Info: Check  Oppo Find X2 and Find X2 Pro Android 11 Status

Update as of August 25: The latest update from Oppo reveals that the Oppo Find X2 which is already on Android 11 beta based on ColorOS 7.2 beta in China, will now get the update globally. Yep, this means Oppo will release Android 11 beta on a global scale as per the official comment by Oppo itself. However, the company didn’t confirm any ETA so we are left with assumptions and wait to get the update soon. [Source]

Update as of September 4: Oppo has scheduled to commence beta recruitment for FInd X2 started on September 7 at 4:00 GMT. The update will arrive on those who sign up for the same although expect it to be a little buggy given its a beta update. [Source]

Update as of September 8: The Android 11 beta (ColorOS 8) recruitment program kickstarted for Oppo Find X2 yesterday i.e. September 7. It includes a quota of 2000 users for the first batch and was limited to China only. Cut to now, Oppo has released the Android 11 Beta for other regions i.e. India, Indonesia, and Thailand with a limited quota of 2000 users.   [Source]

Update as of September 14: As per the latest update, Oppo has kick-started the second round of beta recruitments for testing out Android 11-based ColorOS 11 on  Oppo Find X2. Users in Egypt, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, India, and Thailand will be able to check out the beta update. [Source]

Oppo Find X2 Pro

OPPO Find X2 ProAs Android 11 Beta 1 is finally out on Pixel devices and publicly up for beta on other smartphones too, Oppo made it a point to notify its Find X2 series users that they will be among the first to use the beta version of ColorOS 8 based on Android 11. At this moment, we aren’t aware of the recruitment or when it will be available, Oppo will notify the users and we will do the same right here.

For More Info: Check  Oppo Find X2 and Find X2 Pro Android 11 Status

Update as of August 25: The latest news from Oppo w.r.t to Oppo Find X2 Pro is that the company will now release Android 11-based ColorOS 7.2 beta updates globally. This is because although the Find X2 Pro is already running on ColorOS 7.2 beta based on Android 11 (DP), it is still limited to China. With the confirmation from Oppo itself, it is now confirmed that the users outside China will get to taste the new skin and Android 11 as well. However, Oppo didn’t specify any ETA around it so we will have to wait for further news to arrive. [Source]

Update as of September 4: The Oppo Find X2 Pro is scheduled to conduct beta recruitment starting on September 7 at 4:00 GMT where it will accept applications by selecting the qualified users and then serving the Android 11 based ColorOS update which could be either ColorOS 8 or 7.2. [Source]

Update as of September 8: Oppo kick-started Android 11 beta (ColorOS 8) beta recruitment program on Oppo Find X2 Pro on September 7 with a limited quota of 2000 users. Cut to now, a post on Oppo ColorOS community has confirmed that the beta recruitment program is releasing for other regions also which includes India, Indonesia, and Thailand with a limited quota of 2000 users. [Source]

Update as of September 14: As per the latest update coming from ColorOS forum, the Oppo Find X2 Pro has now kick-started the second round of beta recruitment for Android 11-based ColorOS 11. The users in Egypt, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, India, Philippines, and Thailand will be able to register for it right away. [Source]

Oppo Find X2 Pro Automobili Lamborghini

Update as of September 14: The entire Oppo Find X2 series was slated to get Android 11 beta today. As per the schedule, the Find X2 Pro Lamborghini has kick-started second round of beta recruitment to test out Android 11-based ColorOS 11 in Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Egypt, and Thailand who can apply for the beta update right now.[Source]

Oppo Ace2

OPPO Ace 2 5G Android 11Ace2 is currently a top-of-the-line flagship smartphone under Oppo’s banner running on Android 10-based ColorOS 7.0 out-of-the-box. No doubt it will get Android 11-based ColorOS 8.0 although Oppo hasn’t confirmed or even posted a tentative timeline for the same.

Update as of August 25: Oppo already has two smartphones enlisted under the Android 11 beta program i.e. Find X2 and Find X2 Pro. Turns out Oppo Ace2 is joining the wagon since Oppo official kickstarted Android 11-based ColorOS 8 beta recruitment in China which is now limited to 500 users and will arrive on model number PDHM00. The recruitment program commenced yesterday and will end today allowing users to register for the closed beta program. The update will roll out in batches for qualified users joining the Android 11 Beta devices soon.

Update as of September 5: The Oppo Ace2 is about to enter public beta and it has scheduled recruitment that will commence from September 7, 2020. Limited to users in China and that too in a limited rollout, the update will be based on Android 11 (ColorOS 8) that will commence at 10 AM on September 7. If you have Oppo Ace2, I would recommend swinging to this opportunity without fail.  [Source]

Oppo Ace2 EVA

Oppo Ace2 EVA

Update as of September 5: Oppo Ace2 EVA, the sibling to Oppo Ace2, is also getting its belongings in order as it prepares for public beta recruitment for Android 11-based ColorOS 8 commencing on September 7 at 10:00 AM in China. The beta program will be available for a limited number of users in China. Those who apply for the recruitment will be vetted and only a handful of qualified users will be able to yank up their software to Android 11 even before it launches sometime this month. [Source]

Oppo F11 Pro

Finally, this device has received the Android 11 update based on ColorOS 11.1. Today Oppo has released a new update which comes with software version CPH1969_11_F.06. The update brings February 2021 security patch and many bug fixes.

Download OPPO F11 Pro Stock WallpapersWith a few add-ons and extra, Oppo F11 Pro is likely to get the upcoming Android 11 sometime after the operating system is launched in August this year.

Oppo F11

Oppo F11The standard Oppo F11 was launched in May of 2019 with Android Pie 9.0 operating system on-board. It is a midrange device and also one of the candidates that could get an Android 11 upgrade when it comes to Oppo. But hey, take it with a pinch of salt.

Oppo A1k

Oppo A1kSince Oppo A1K arrived with Android 9.0 Pie, it is also a candidate that could get an Android 11 R upgrade although we aren’t sure about the exact date yet.

Oppo A9 (2020)

common problems in Oppo A9 2020Oppo A9 is a mid-range smartphone running on Android 9.0 Pie with Snapdragon 665 SoC under the hood. It is eligible for the Android 11 upgrade although it remains up to the discretion of Oppo whether to roll out the update or not. That means you will have to wait until Oppo releases an official Android 11 schedule.

Oppo A9x

common problems in Oppo A9xAnother mid-range device, Oppo A9x gets an Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. With that, it is easy to assume that it will get an Android 11 upgrade although the final decision is up to Oppo and we will have to wait for the official release schedule to know more.

Oppo A92s

Announced recently, the Oppo A92s arrives with ColorOS 7.0 based on Android 10. It is slated to be upgraded to Android 11 R something next year although the timeline is yet unavailable.

Oppo A52

Oppo A52 Android 11The A52 made it official in April 2020 with Android 10 out-of-the-box. The device is no doubt slated to get Android 11 R but there isn’t any specific date attached to it as of now.

Oppo K3

Oppo K3The midrange Oppo K3 is likely to get bumped to Android 11 R based on the fact that it was released with Android 9.0 Pie. But hey, take it with a pinch of salt.

Oppo Reno 5G

OPPO Reno 5GIt packs in a flagship Snapdragon 855 chipset. Oppo Reno 5G is based on Android 9.0 ColorOS 6 and upgradable to Android 10. Since it is a flagship device, no doubt it is among the few from Oppo that is in the lineup to get upgraded to Android 11 which will apparently be it’s second & probably the last upgrade from Android.

Oppo Reno Z

OPPO Reno Z ColorOS 7 Android 10 update is expected to release on February 26Helio P90-powered Reno Z was launched in June 2019 with Android 9.0 out-of-the-box. Since we are talking about Reno Z, it is also one of the recipients which are likely to be upgraded to Android 11 R although the timeline is in question as of now.

Oppo Reno2 Z

Oppo Reno2 Z Software Update TrackerWith Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box, the device is undoubtedly one of the recipients of Android 11 R sometime next year as it has already received Android 10.

Oppo Reno2 F

OPPO Reno2 F ColorOS 7 (Android 10) update trial version starts soonOppo launched Reno2 F last year in October with Android 9.0-based ColorOS 6.1. As it belongs to the Reno2 series and barely a year old, it is likely to receive an Android 11 R OTA update once the latter launches later this year. We can’t say the exact or tentative date at this moment.

Oppo Reno2

Download Oppo Reno2 January 2020 Security patch: CPH1907EX_11_A.28The upper midrange Oppo Reno2 arrives with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G under the hood. Released in August 2019, the device is currently running on Android 10 and it is up for Android 11 sometime next year as well.

Oppo A5 (2020)

Oppo A5 2020A5 (2020) made it to the Oppo’s smartphone catalog in October last year with Android 9.0 Pie on-board. The phone is likely to be bumped into the upcoming Android 11 although it is still speculation as there’s no exact date or confirmation from the Chinese brand yet.

Oppo Reno A

Reno A, the phone was announced in September last year and went for sale in October. The phone runs on Snapdragon 710 SoC with Android 9.0 Pie by default. So, it is likely that Reno A could be one of the recipients of Android 11 R without any doubt.

Oppo Reno Ace

Oppo Reno Ace Android 10 Update with ColorOS 7: Third Batch Early AdoptersThe Oppo Reno Ace is a flagship device boosting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ under the hood. The device runs on Android 10 by default which means it will get Android 11 R probably in Q4 2020 or Q1 2021 but the exact date is not available.

Oppo K5

Oppo K5With Snapdragon 730G on-board, Oppo K5 is a mid-range smartphone running on Android 9.0 Pie by default and upgradable to Android 10. As it is still in two years of the support period, it is likely to get Android 11 R. Perhaps the exact date remains a mystery at this moment.

Oppo A11

Oppo A11Oppo A11 is a mid-range device with Snapdragon 665 SoC on-board. Since it arrived with Android 9.0 Pie, it is eligible for Android 11 R as per a speculated timeline although we aren’t aware of the timeline yet until Oppo confirms the same.

Oppo A8

Oppo A8Oppo A8 is another budget phone that could be in line to get an Android 11 R update based on the fact that it arrived with Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. Note that we aren’t aware of the timeline yet.

Oppo A91

Oppo A91Oppo A91 embarrasses a Realme-style camera setup. It arrives with an Helio P70 processor on-board and was released with Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. It won’t be surprising if it gets Android 11 R as sometimes next year although we are unaware of it as of now.

Oppo Reno3

Unlike its 5G counterpart, Reno3 is equipped with Helio P90 chipset and it is not 5G supported. The device is currently on sale in phases across the globe with Android 10 out-of-the-box. This makes it a sure shot recipient for Android 11 R early next year. Check back for a revised timeline if available.

Update as of September 4: According to the latest update, Oppo is scheduled to begin beta recruitment for Oppo Reno 3 on September 7 at 4:00 GMT. Once the qualified list of users is rolled out, the updates will get the Android 11 based ColorOS 8 or 7.2 for beta testing purposes.  [Source]

Update as of September 7: Oppo kick-started the ColorOS 8 beta program based on Android 11 on Reno 3 and in Malaysia today, however, the update got delayed to 10:00 GMT due to some recruiting channel server issue. Oppo has set the quota of 2000 units on Reno 3 to test its ColorOS 8 beta that should arrive on your device if qualified. [Source]

Oppo Reno3 5G

Latest in the Reno series, the Reno3 5G debuted in December 2019 with Android 10-based ColorOS 7.0. This makes it one of the early adopters of Android 11 which could start as early as by the end of this year while a stable rollout will take place in Q1 or Q2 2021 as per the last update schedule that Oppo followed with Android 10 rollout.

Oppo Reno3 Youth

Oppo Reno3 Youth is the latest addition to the Reno3 series. It sports a Snapdragon 765G processor boosting 5G capability. No doubt it could be one of the recipients of ANdroid 11 R in the near future.

Oppo Reno3 Pro

OPPO Reno 3 ProThe Reno3 Pro was announced in March 2020 with the Helio P95 processor. This 4G device rolled out with the latest Android 10-based ColorOS 7 and it is slated to get Android 11 R upgrade as well although we aren’t sure about the exact date. It could be sometime in Q1 or Q2 2021.

Update as of September 4: The Chinese OEM has scheduled to kickstart beta recruitment for Android 11-based ColorOS (v7.2 or 8) on September 7 at 4:00 GMT. Users can apply for the same and wait if they qualify to try their hands on Android 11 before it releases. [Source]

Update as of September 7: Oppo was scheduled to kick-start Android 11 based ColorOS 8 on Oppo Reno 3 Pro today, however, the schedule had to be postponed by a couple of hours due to some recruiting channel server issue. The recruitment began at 10:00 GMT limited to a quota of 2000 users. [Source]

Oppo Reno3 Pro 5G

This is the 5G version of Reno3 Pro that has Snapdragon 765G under the hood. The phone is currently running on the latest ColorOS 7.0 based on Android 10. It is no doubt that the phone will get bumped to Android 11 R (ColorOS 8) although the timeline is still unavailable. It could be sometime in Q1 or Q2 2021 as per speculations.

Oppo F15

Oppo F15 Android 11 (ColorOS 8) Update: What we know so far?Oppo F15 is the latest to the F-series. Arrived earlier this year in January, it is likely to receive Android 11 R but it is yet to be confirmed by Oppo.

Oppo A31

Oppo A31 Android 11 (ColorOS 8) Update: What we know so far?Oppo A31 sports a Helio P35 processor on-board with a triple camera at the back. The device belongs to the budget category and since it was released in February 2020, it could get bumped to Android 11 R although we aren’t 100% sure until an official timeline isn’t published by the Chinese smartphone giant.

Oppo Find X2

No doubt Find X2 will get Android 11 R and also Android 12 S citing its flagship status and Snapdragon 865 chipset on-board. The thing is, Oppo hasn’t confirmed the exact or even tentative dates yet so you will have to wait for it.

Oppo Find X2 Pro

Just like Find X2, the Pro version is equipped with the latest Snapdragon 865 processor and runs on Android 10-based ColorOS 7.0. It will too get the Android 11 upgrade but there’s no intel on the exact date & time yet.

Oppo Find X2 Lite

Oppo Find X2 Lite Android 11 (ColorOS 8) Update: What we know so far?Oppo Find X2 Lite is announced and awaiting its sales in some parts of the world. The phone arrives with Android 10 out-of-the-box and it is eligible to get Android 11 R without any doubt. There’s no specific date for the rollout yet so you need to wait for the official confirmation.

Oppo Reno

Oppo Reno brings a Snapdragon 710 SoC on-board. Released in April 2019, it is likely to get bumped to Android 11 R considering the fact that it made its debut with Android 9.0 and was later upgraded to Android 10. The upcoming update could be its last major OS upgrade.

Oppo Reno 10x Zoom

Oppo Reno 10x Zoom is a flagship device with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC under the hood. The device recently received an Android 10 upgrade and is in line to get Android 11 OS for sure. Perhaps, we aren’t aware of the timeline yet.

Update as of September 16: As per the latest update coming from ColorOS telegram chat group, the Reno 10x Zoom will get all the features of ColorOS 11 as it is unlike what the ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 was stripped with. Since this arrived in an official chat group on Telegram from a moderator, it holds a lot of weight and thus, Reno 10x Zoom can finally take a breath of relief.

Oppo Find X

The iconic Oppo Find X made its debut in July 2018. With Android 9.0 Pie, the device has now been upgraded to Android 10-based ColorOS 7.0. Considering its flagship status, Find X is also likely to get upgraded to Android 11 although I am not sure about the timeline.

(Note that these devices have been listed above on the basis that they are either running Android 9 Pie or Android 10 out of the box. And if we go by the default update cycle of any smartphone OEM, all the devices are eligible for two major OS upgrades, meaning these devices are speculated to get the Android 11 update)

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