Android 11 brings a ton of new features, including conversation bubbles, built-in screen recording, one-time permissions, improved 5G support, call screening support, and more.
The latest version of the ColorOS will be called, ColorOS 11, which is based on Android 11. Here’s everything you need to know.
OPPO ANDROID 11 UPDATE TRACKER: SEPTEMBER 08, 2020
- Oppo Find X2 – Released (China) – Global
- Oppo Find X2 Pro – Released (China) – Global
- Oppo Reno 3 – Beta recruitment (Temporarily paused in China) – Global
- Oppo Reno 3 Pro – Beta recruitment (Temporarily paused in China) – Global
- Oppo Ace2 –Beta recruitment (Temporarily paused in China)
- Oppo Ace2 EVA Limited Edition – Beta recruitment
- Oppo Reno4 Pro – Beta recruitment
WHAT IS ANDROID 11 BETA?
The above version is not stable enough and it is not recommended for non-developer users to use as a daily driver. If you have updated to Android 11 beta and running into bugs, we suggest you roll back to ColorOS 7.
For non-developer users who are interested in trying out Android 11, we suggest that you wait for the stable ColorOS version; or pay attention to the ColorOS Developing Alpha/ Beta programs in the near future, where there will be a dedicated team to get your feedback and solve your problems. Thank you for your understanding!
WHY THE BETA VERSION?
Beta software is released mainly to help the developers test the software performance, compatibility, and stability while identifying problems such as bugs, lags, or crashes.
For users, a Beta software is a trial version of the official software that they can download to try out the new features and improvements of existing features that will be incorporated into the official release.
IS BETA SOFTWARE SAFE?
Yes, a Beta software that comes from the official developer or website is safe to download and install. However, it is advised to perform a backup of your phone before installing the software.