OPPO was part of Android 11 Beta program with OPPO Find X2 and OPPO Find X2 Pro. Being the company’s flagship smartphones, the duo was the first to get ColorOS 11 beta builds soon after its announcement in September. Now, more than a month later, the two handsets have started receiving stable builds.
OPPO surprised everyone by jumping from ColorOS 7 to ColorOS 11, which is based on Android 11. The company says that the new branding will help customers easily identify the version of Android its phones are running.
At the ColorOS 11 virtual launch event, apart from showcasing new features, the Chinese smartphone maker also released the beta rollout timeline for global markets. Based on the schedule, the company has been delivering builds since September 14.
The first batch of devices includes OPPO Find X2, OPPO Find X2 Pro, and OPPO Find X2 Pro Automobili Lamborghini Edition. Now, according to RMUpdate (via PiunikaWeb), the first two handsets have begun to receive stable releases.
The stable update is currently limited to users who are running the latest beta build. They come with the following build numbers.
The update should be available for regular users running ColorOS 7.2 in the coming days across open markets. Unfortunately, users in Europe will have to wait for more as beta rollout will only start there later this month. So the stable release may probably come in late December or January for those users.
OPPO, ColorOS, Android, 5G
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