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Original story (published on September 05) follows:

Oppo, along with a few other Android vendors, was the first to roll out the beta version of Android 11 for its flagships — the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro — in China. The update was released back in June alongside ColorOS 7.2

Since then, Oppo has also kick-started the Android 11 beta recruitment for the Ace2 and Ace2 EVA Limited Edition in China. Recently, the company announced that it will kick-start the beta recruitment for the Global variants of the Find X2, Find X2 Pro, Reno3, and Reno3 Pro.

This ties in with our previous report about Oppo’s CEO confirming that the company will be releasing Android 11 for the Global units of the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro. But it appears that Oppo isn’t stopping just there.

Oppo Reno4 Pro

With a new announcement, the China-based OEM has kick-started the Android 11 closed beta recruitment for the Oppo Reno4 Pro — PDNM00 and PDNT00 models — in China only. Further, selected users may also get to test ColorOS 8 alongside Android 11.

According to the official announcement post, the recruitment beings today, i.e., September 5, and will go on until September 8, noon. Therefore, interested users will have to register for the closed beta soon to get a chance to experience Android 11 before others.


The company will be announcing the list of selected beta testers in batches and the first list is expected to be announced on September 8. After this, it will begin rolling out the beta version to selected users in batches as well.

At present, Oppo has not stated when it will begin recruiting beta testers for Android 11 for the Global variants of the Oppo Reno4 Pro. So users outside of China may have to wait a while before they get a chance to participate in the beta if Oppo even considers it.

That said, keep an eye out on our dedicated tracker to know when the Android 11 update arrives on your Oppo device. Also, head here to know whether your phone is eligible for Android 11.

Update 1 (September 09)

IST: 10:47 am: Oppo has announced that it will be releasing its upcoming ColorOS skin based on Android 11 on September 14. The company has also chosen to name its skin ColorOS 11 rather than ColorOS 8 which would have been a bump up from ColorOS 7.2.


Update 2 (September 11)

The Android 11 beta recruitment program for the Reno4 Pro kickstarted last week. Going by the latest developments, the second phase of recruitments is currently on.

The list of selected users will be out on September 14, three days after which, i.e. on September 17, the beta update will hit the selected devices. Here’s what the announcement post reads (translated):

In order to allow more Reno4 Pro users to experience ColorOS 11, we decided to expand the recruitment~

The recruitment channel will be opened until 24:00 on September 13th. The number of recruitment expansions is limited. Those who have not yet boarded the bus, hurry up and join!

Note: The list is expected to be announced on September 14, and the version is expected to be pushed within three working days after the list is announced

Update 3 (October 10)

According to the official OPPO Care India Twitter handle, the Android 11 (ColorOS 11) update for the Oppo Reno4 Pro will begin rolling out in November.

please be informed that the ColorOS 11 Update based on Android 11 for OPPO Reno4 Pro will be rolled out from November 2020. Kindly stay tuned to our social media channels for further announcements on the same. Thank you! (Source)

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Dwayne Cubbins
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My fascination with Android phones began the moment I got my hands on one. Since then, I've been on a journey to decode the ever-evolving tech landscape, fueled by a passion for both the "how" and the "why." Since 2018, I've been crafting content that empowers users and demystifies the tech world. From in-depth how-to guides that unlock your phone's potential to breaking news based on original research, I strive to make tech accessible and engaging.

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