Oppo ColorOS 11: Everything You Need To Know

Oct 07, 2020 News

Oppo ColorOS 11: Everything You Need To Know

Oppo has always been a major player in China. Now that its appealing to the global audience, especially in Europe, it is turning its attention towards them. In order to make the skin more palatable to a global audience, Oppo is making key changes to its ColorOS user interface.

Oppo is officially launching the latest ColorOS version, ColorOS 11, based on Google’s Android 11. Oppo is working closely with Google to bring us a new feature all which maintaining its visual aesthetic.

The new UI customization options are probably some of the most flexible that have been come across on a smartphone in recent times and supports support custom functions which can meet individual needs of people. These features include support custom functions, including AOD screen display, application icons, desktop wallpapers, sounds, controls, etc. In addition, Oppo has now added a customizable dark mode where you will be able to choose from three distinct color profiles for dark mode: Enhanced, Medium, and Gentle, allowing users to have different night vision effects.

Oppo has also included new privacy features such as Private System which creates a separate account where a second version of apps and data runs and houses its own version of apps and data independent of the original. The ColorOS 11 adds powerful tools that let you create your own wallpapers, fonts, themes, ringtones, and even Always-On Display patterns.

Oppo has also co-created their first feature with Google called the Three-Finger Translate which is powered by Google Lens to improve work and life efficient allowing instant translation of on-screen text via Google Translate, customizable dark mode, new battery saver mode, and a host of new customization options.

Following is the list of OPPO phones that will get the ColorOS 11 beta:

From 14 September: Find X2, Find X2 Pro, Find X2 Pro Automobili Lamborghini Edition

From 30 September: Reno 3 4G, Reno 3 Pro 4G, F17 Pro

From October: Reno 4 Pro 5G

From November: Reno 4 5G, Reno 4 Pro 4G

From December: Reno 4 4G, F11, F11 Pro, F11 Pro Avengers Edition, A9, A92, A72, A52

From Q1 2021: Reno 10x Zoom, Reno 2, Reno 2F, Reno 2Z, Reno 3 Pro 5G, A91, F15

From Q2 2021: Reno, Reno Z, A5 2020, A9 2020

The timeline listed above is for the ColorOS 11 beta. The stable version should be released a few weeks after the first beta build.

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