China-based smartphone manufacturer OPPO has released the Android 11 beta update for OPPO Reno2 F, Reno 10x Zoom and OPPO F15 users in some regions. The update is expected to be released in more regions soon.
OPPO, one of the most notable smartphone manufacturers of recent years, has begun releasing the Android 11 beta update for some smartphone models. The update, released only for users in India, is expected to be rolled out more extensively in other regions soon.
Phones receiving the Android 11 beta update include the OPPO Reno2 F, Reno 10x Zoom and OPPO F15 models. Users who own any of these devices need to follow the Settings > Software Update > Settings steps for the update and then register by going to “Trial version”. After filling out the form, you can switch to the beta version of the software.
OPPO Reno2 F, Reno 10X Zoom and OPPO F15 were released along with Android 9 Pie:
All three of the phones that OPPO began releasing the Android 11 beta update were released with Android 9 Pie. At this point Reno2 F arrived with Android 9 Pie in October 2019, then got an Android 10 update and is currently part of the ColorOS 11 beta program. Other devices are similarly on the Android 11 list after the Android 10 update.
Both oppo reno2 F and OPPO F15 are powered by the MediaTek Helio P70 chipset. We don’t see many such devices equipped with the MediaTek chipset receiving two major Android updates. So it’s really remarkable to see this level of support coming from OPPO.
OPPO’s Android 11-based ColorOS 11 user interface brings with it many new features and bug troubleshooting, including new wallpapers, Super Power Saving Mode, Ringtone Builder, refurbished Dark Mode. The update is expected to be released soon in more regions, for more devices.