Last year, in September, OPPO officially launched its new ColorOS 11 operating system for smartphones which comes with support for several new features as well as improvements. Now, the software is ready for rollout.
OPPO has officially announced its roadmap for the ColorOS 11 rollout or adaptation for its smartphones for the current month, i.e. May 2021. The company has confirmed that it will starts beta tester recruitment for the OPPO A32 users from 19th May.
Later, on 20th May, the company will be recruiting testers for the OPPO A11, A11x, A9, and A9x users. A week after that, on May 26th, the OPPO Reno Z users will be able to take part in this ColorOS 11 beta testing program.
To take part in this, go to Settings > Software Update on your smartphone and then click on the Settings icon in the upper-right corner. From the options, select Upgrade Early Adopters. Agree to the terms and click on the “Apply now” button.
After completing the application to be a beta tester, you can click on the “Check Update” button and get download the new ColorOS 11 on your phone to start using it.
OPPO has revealed that the public beta testing version of the new ColorOS operating system focuses on the early experience and may have stability issues. It might not be suitable for day-to-day usage so it’s a good idea to not use it on your primary device.
The stable version rollout should begin after a few weeks of public beta testing and the company has also said that the official stable version should roll out through over-the-air (OTA) updates in China.
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