OPPO reported earlier this week that the Android 11-based ColorOS 11 stable update would be rolled out to a number of its smartphones. The update for the OPPO Reno 2 Z, A91, and Reno3 A has begun. On Twitter, the company announced the update’s roadmap for these units.
April 2021 Rollout Plan of #OPPOColorOS11 based on #Android11 is out now!— ColorOS (@colorosglobal) April 6, 2021
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🟢: Save the dates to apply the Beta Version
🟠: Get ready for the Official Version
🔵: Europe users, find your model in the update plan pic.twitter.com/S5Rl2eP8rR
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In Indonesia, the ColorOS 11 stable update for the A91 is available, and in India, the ColorOS 11 stable update for the Reno2 Z is available. The update will be applied in stages. If you can’t wait for the update prompt to appear on your screen, you can manually search for it by going to Settings > Software Updates, tapping on the gear icon in the upper-right corner, then “Official Version Application,” and finally “Apply now.”
OPPO is also releasing ColorOS 11 for the Reno3 A, which was released exclusively in Japan last year with ColorOS 7.2. To completely download the update, the phone will need 3.07GB of storage. So, when installing the update, make sure you’re linked to Wi-Fi.
Furthermore, ColorOS 11 for Reno2 will be available in India, Malaysia, Thailand, Pakistan, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Philippines starting April 21. Oppo will announce ColorOS 11 beta builds for the A5 (2020) and A9 (2020) in India and Indonesia, as well as the A73 5G in Australia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, starting April 14.