Android 11 is the major update of this year which is due for the public stable release. We can expect the final stable release in the upcoming Google event. And other brands are also all set to welcome the new Android OS with many new features. Oppo is also bringing its latest ColorOS 8 which will be based on Android 11. The company has started Android 11 Beta registration for Find X2, Find X2 Pro, Reno 3, Reno 3 Pro, Reno4 Pro, and more.
If you are familiar with any software update rollout then you must already know that the software will first go through the beta testing phase. And then the stable update will be available to the public. The beta registration phase has been already started for Android 11 based ColorOS 8.
Here you will know if your device is eligible for Android 11 or not. It’s the right time for Oppo to start pushing registration and updates as other vendors like OnePlus, Xiaomi and Realme have already started the Android 11 beta phase for its phones.
Oppo has a great update support history when we talk about flagship devices. The brand has been focusing more on flagship phones for a couple of years. It doesn’t mean that mid range and entry level phones will not receive the update. It will but after some delay in time as these will also go through the beta phase.
Oppo Reno4 Pro
The Reno4 Pro is the first device in the line for which Oppo started recruiting users for the Android 11 based ColorOS 8 Beta. So if you are interested to try out the Android 11 on your Reno4 Pro before others then this your chance. Follow the registration process given at the end of this article.
Oppo Find X2 and Ace2 Series
About two weeks ago, Oppo announced that the Android 11 based ColorOS 7.2 beta will be released for its Find X2 series. Both Find X2 and Find X2 Pro are great devices and it is obvious that these phones will get Android 11 in the first batch. But first, let’s talk about the Android 11 beta. As Oppo promised the Find X2 series and Ace2 series users will be able to register for Android 11 from 7th September 6:00 PM CST. The beta recruitment can be limited in numbers so make sure to register for Android 11 beta as soon as possible.
Oppo Reno3 Series
The Reno3 series is also in the first few batches to receive the Android 11 based ColorOS 8. Oppo was going to start recruiting before but due to their server issue, the beta registration has been delayed to 10:00 GMT. The Android 11 beta for Reno3 is currently available for registration in Malaysia with a limited number which is 2000. So register fast to receive beta update on your phone.
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So the question is, where you can register for Android 11 Beta. Here it is, follow the below guide and register for Android 11 beta on your phone.
Before you attempt to register for the Android 11 and ColorOS 8 Beta, make sure to update your Oppo device to the latest version.
How to Register
Click ‘Settings’>> ‘Software Update’>> Click the settings icon on the screen>> Apply for Beta Version>>Update Beta Version. And then follow the guide to apply.（If the application quota is full, please wait for the next round.
We will update the post when Oppo starts recruiting users for Beta on other devices.