List of Oppo phones scheduled to get Android 11 update this month

Oppo released an updated ColorOS 11 roadmap for the month of June yesterday. Oppo also planned to deploy the stable update for a list of waiting for smartphones alongside the beta build, as per the monthly timeline. On Oppo phones, the current update should offer a slew of new features, upgrades, and bug fixes. The List of Oppo phones scheduled to get Android 11 update in June 2021 can be seen here.

Oppo began testing ColorOS 11 on the Oppo A53 and Oppo F17 last month. This month, both phones will receive a stable update. Apart from these models, the Oppo Reno2 Z will receive the update on June 17th in Australia, Germany, Kazakhstan, and Russia. The Chinese OEM is also working on a beta build for the Reno and Oppo A54 from the first generation.

The ColorOS 11 Beta Rollout plan may be seen here in its entirety.

Ongoing

  • A53 (India, Indonesia)
  • F17 (India)

From 16th June

  • A54 (India)

From 29th June

  • Reno (India)

Stable Android 11 Rollout Plan for May 2021 (ColorOS 11)

Ongoing

  • A52, A5 2020, A72, A73 5G, A9, A9 2020, A91, A92, A93, F11, F11 Pro, F11 Pro Marvels Avengers Limited Edition, F15, F17 Pro, Find X2, Find X2 Pro, Find X2 Pro Automobili Lamborghini Edition, Find X2 Lite, Find X2 Neo, Reno 10x Zoom, Reno Z, Reno2 F, Reno2 Z, Reno2, Reno3 Pro 4G, Reno3 4G, Reno3 Pro 5G, Reno3 A, Reno4 F, Reno4 Pro 5G, Reno4 5G, Reno4 Pro 4G, Reno4 Z 5G, Reno4 Lite

From 17th June

  • A53 (India, Indonesia)

From 26th June

  • F17 (India)

When it comes to functionality, the ColorOS 11 beta will include FlexDrop, Oppo Sans font, three-finger gesture to translate from Google Lens, Nearby Sharing, Super Power Saving Mode, and a bevy of customizations to the Dark Mode, Always-On Display, Wallpapers, Ringtones, and Icons, to name a few. Not only that, but the upgrade also includes a bevy of Android 11‘s core features.

If you wish to participate in the ColorOS 11 beta, make sure your smartphone is running the most recent software version. The early access aka beta build will be offered to a limited number of users on a first-come, first-served basis, as is customary. So, if you’ve been granted access to the ColorOS 11 beta program and are ready to test out the new skin, here’s how to get started.

Open your Oppo smartphone’s Settings app, then go to Software Update > Settings icon > apply for the Trial Version > fill out the required details. That is all there is to it.

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