Here are the phones to get ColorOS 11 in Q1 2021


Last September, at the OPPO Developers Conference, the new ColorOS 11 system was officially released. This new system supports a couple of new features. Now, the company has officially announced the ColorOS 11 upgrade and adaptation plan for the first quarter of 2021.

Limited Upgrade (Public beta recruitment plan)

  • January 27, 2021: Oppo Reno3 5G, Oppo A92s, Oppo A52
  • March 2021: Oppo Reno 2, Oppo Reno2 Z, Oppo K5, Oppo A72 5G, Oppo A91

ColorOS 11 official version – open upgrade plan

  • March 2021: Oppo Reno 10x zoom version, Oppo Reno Ace, Oppo Reno3 Pro 5G, Oppo Reno4 SE 5G, Oppo Reno 3 vitality version, Oppo K7

The release time above is for open beta recruitment. There is no timeline for the release of the stable version yet. Obviously, different models will have different release times for the stable version.

ColorOS 11

This schedule follows Oppo’s initial plan to release Color OS 11 to 33 Oppo phones by Q2 2021. In the second quarter of this year, these are the Oppo phones to get this update

Q2 2021

  • Oppo Reno
  • Oppo Reno Z
  • Oppo-A11
  • Oppo A11x
  • Oppo A9
  • Oppo-A9x
  • Oppo Reno Inspiration Edition

If there will be a change to the list above, the company will let us know. Furthermore, we will keep a tab on Oppo and let you know as event unfolds.

Oppo ColorOS 11

The new Color OS 11 has been enhanced in terms of personalization, seamless experience, and sensory experience. It also offers an innovative infinite holographic screen and a more efficient flash window. Furthermore, the ColorOS 11 fully integrates system customization capabilities, opening up system UI and UX settings to users. With this, users can customize their system screen, wallpaper, sounds, and even fonts and controls through the Personalisation Engine. Also,  the ability for users to create unlimited holograms and multi-level dark modes demonstrates ColorOS’s concern for the user experience.

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In terms of IoT applications, ColorO11 not only connects applications, data, and devices but also integrates the ecosystem. For example, the newly launched “Sanda Window” allows apps to switch smoothly between full-screen, mini-window, and mini-window modes, enabling efficient multi-tasking in parallel. In addition, ColorOS 11 also brings in the new “Cloud Password Book” and “Whole Machine Cloud Backup” functions, which can effectively prevent data loss without compromising privacy and security. Of course, multi-device interconnection is also well reflected in ColorOS 11, as the OPPO Watch is already able to effectively connect with ColorOS 11.

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