Good news for users who bought Oppo Reno: as promised by the manufacturer when the smartphone was launched, support for the Developer Preview version of Android Q has finally arrived.
Obviously, since this is a preview version of Google’s new operating system, the owners who decide to install it will not be able to count on the classic ColorOS interface but will have to do with Android stock.
Furthermore, the manufacturer’s team reminds that this is a release for developers (and therefore for those who want to test Android Q), discouraging its installation from normal users, as there may be several bugs (even important ones), with the consequent risk of an unpleasant experience.
If you wish to proceed with the installation of Android Q on Oppo Reno, you can start making a backup of your data, so you must download the file with the firmware (available on the following link), copy it to the smartphone, restart the device in recovery mode (by holding down the power and volume reduction keys during reboot), select the language and then “Install from storage device”.
For more information, see the dedicated page on the ColorOS forum.
It is worth to mention that in addition to the debut of the new Z model, Oppo has officially presented two new colors dedicated to its latest flagship, Oppo Reno Coral and Inspiration Edition, both beautiful … even if the tastes are always subjective!
After witnessing the debut of the Pink version for the older brother, this time it’s up to Oppo Reno to receive a couple of brand new colors. The Inspiration model – certainly the most particular of the two – features Dark Navy Blue and Purple shades and characterized by various doodles along the entire surface of the shell. The sales package includes an ad hoc cover and a themed box.