Yesterday, Oppo officially opened registration for several smartphone users to try something new. According to the official introduction, this recruitment is for users of Oppo Find X2 Series (X2, X2 Pro, X2 Pro Lamborghini version) and Oppo Ace 2 series (Ace 2, Ace 2 EVA limited edition) had the opportunity to try out the public beta ColorOS based Android 11 first.
Each of these smartphones has a quota of 2000 users. Users who register successfully will receive it within 3 days. Oppo was also known to have previously given the Find X2 Series users the opportunity to try closed Beta Android 11.
In June of this year, Google officially announced the Android 11 Beta1 version for the first time. ColorOS quickly completed the adaptation in less than two weeks. It also launched the ColorOS Android 11 developer test version for the Find X2 series. This company is one of the first brands to release Android 11 Beta in China.
It is worth mentioning that as early as the Google I/O Developers Conference in 2019, OPPO appeared as the first Chinese manufacturer to adapt to Android 10 Beta. This shows that the company is quite swift with its release of new major updates to users.
Fro the developer version that was released back in June, we have some information about the ColorOS 7 based on Android 11. Generally, this new system will bring more efficient, safe, and convenient features. It will also provide a superpower saving experience unique to ColorOS.
In terms of efficiency, ColorOS on top of Android 11 breaks the restrictions of APP. It also prioritizes the display of important contact information and allows users to reply directly in the notification bar. This small change significantly improves the user’s operating efficiency.
In terms of information security, which users are generally concerned about, permissions will be more strictly controlled. When applications need to obtain permissions for microphones, locations, or cameras, users can choose “only once” to effectively prevent privacy leakage.
For smart home connection, ColorOS on top of Android 11 is also smarter. It allows users to quickly connect and control these devices without installing third-party applications. In addition, ColorOS has once again strengthened the “super power saving mode”, through a series of targeted power saving strategies to make the phone last longer.
Users who want to participate in the public beta can click “Settings” – “Software Update” – “Settings button in the upper right corner” – “Upgrade early adopters”.
It should be noted that the upgraded public beta version is still in the development stage, and there may be bugs or compatibility issues. It is only for users who like early adopters. Users who pursue long-term stable use can wait for the subsequent official version to be released.
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