Oppo starts recruiting ColorOS 11 based Android 11 Beta users for Oppo Reno (first-gen)

For a number of Reno series phones, Oppo has launched a ColorOS 11-based Android 11 upgrade. The first-generation Reno 10x Zoom received its second significant OS upgrade three months ago. The vanilla Oppo Reno (first-gen) now receives an early access program upgrade. Yes, ColorOS 11 beta testers for the first-generation Reno smartphone are now being sought in India. You can find everything you need to know about the Oppo Reno Android 11 Beta Update right here.

Oppo’s community forum, as usual, was full of details about the early access scheme. Between June 26th and June 3rd, Oppo Reno users can apply for the recruiting campaign. Reno users should upgrade to the C.37 or C.38 software version, according to the firm. Yes, the ColorOS 11 based Android 11 Beta is accessible to those who have updated their software. The recruiting procedure is now only open to people in India, but we anticipate it to expand to other nations in the coming days.

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 were all pushed out with the ColorOS 11 Beta on the vanilla Reno. You may, of course, utilize all of Android 11‘s main features. The monthly security patch version will also be updated as a result of the upgrade.

Oppo Reno ColorOS 11 Beta Update

For the Oppo Reno, ColorOS 11 Beta is now available (vanilla). To gain access to the beta build, just upgrade your smartphone’s firmware to version C.37 or C.38. The latest patch will bring your smartphone’s software up to date. You can join the early access program if your smartphone is running one of these versions. Here’s how to get involved in the ColorOS 11 beta program.

  1. Connect your phone to the Internet and Open Settings on your phone.
  2. Go to Software Update. Tap the Settings on the screen.
  3. Then select Apply for Beta > Update Beta version.
  4. And then complete the steps that it asks.

Officials will examine your application when you complete the Android 11 beta form, and you should receive the Android 11 Beta update on your vanilla Oppo Reno within a week. Wait for the second batch if you didn’t make it in the first.

More information will be released as soon as it becomes available; in the meantime, stay up to date by following us on Twitter (@REALIMAGESS) and Google News (@REALIMAGESS).
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