Oppo’s custom ColorOS 11 interface based on Android 11 was announced back in September of last year with a focus on streamlining the UI and adding a plethora of new features and optimizations.
As specified in the launch rollout schedule, Oppo has begun seeding ColorOS 11 beta to the Reno2 Z just two days after the Oppo F15 got the same update. In addition, the Oppo Reno2, Reno2 F, Reno 10X Zoom, Reno3 Pro 5G as well as the Oppo A91 for global users. In Europe, Oppo Find X2 Neo and Find X2 Lite can expect the beta to rollout soon. There is still no official word from Oppo when the stable build of ColorOS 11 will arrive.
Users who want to test out the ColorOS 11 beta can head to the Software update section in the settings menu and select the “Apply for Bet Version” option from the gear menu
Some of the more noteworthy additions include the improved Dark Mode, customizable Always On Display options, Super Power Saving Mode and Google Lens integration for translation. Check out our detailed ColorOS 11 coverage here.