[Stable update released] Oppo Find X2 & Find X2 Pro Android 11 beta recruitment begins in India, Indonesia & Thailand

This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..

Original story (published on September 08, 2020) follows:

The upcoming release of Android 11 is all the rage right now in the Android community. In line with that, we have seen a decent number of OEMs taking a headstart in the development of their respective skinned versions of Android 11.

OnePlus, Xiaomi, Samsung all have relatively active developments of their Android 11 skins, all in a bid to be able to roll out Android 11 to their eligible devices before the year comes to a close.

Oppo Find X2 Pro

Launched back in March 2020, the Oppo Find X2 and the X2 Pro ran on the very latest and highest-end chip from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 865 with up to 12GB RAM and equally high-end internals. The devices ran Android 10 out of the box with the company’s ColorOS 7.1 on top.

The device is eligible for an update to Android 11 and already, we have seen reports of rather active development in that from.

Today, Oppo is seeking to further expand its Android 11 testing for the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro by inviting users in more regions.

oppo find x2 android 11

Reports coming in indicate that Oppo is recruiting Beta testers who would like to take Android 11 out for a spin on their Oppo Find X2 and Find X2 Pro before the official release.

The invitation is going out to users of the two devices in Thailand, India, and Indonesia. This initial recruitment targets 2000 users in the said regions. To apply, users first need to confirm that their phones have been updated to the versions CPH2023PU_11.A.39. Thereafter, follow the following steps.

– Click ‘Settings‘>>‘Software Update’>> Click the settings icon on the screen>> Apply for Beta Version>>Update Beta Version.

– Follow the guide to apply. (If the application quota is full, please wait for the next round.)
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oppo beta recruitment sign up

It is refreshing to see OEM, especially these Chinese phone-makers having an early start to the development of Android 11. This could mean that Android 11 will be rolled out to eligible devices much faster than earlier versions, but even that remains to be seen.

To recall, we have recently seen Oppo confirm that these two devices would get updated to ColorOS 7.2 and in line with that, we’ve seen the global beta program of the same.

Stay tuned for more coverage on Oppo’s development of Android 11. You can also check out our dedicated Oppo Android 11 tracker here.

Update 1 (September 09)

IST: 10:56 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 5 (September 11)

IST: 04:50 pm: Glimpse of ColorOS 11 (or Android 11) beta running on Find X2/X2 Pro along with a comparison with ColorOS 7.2 has surfaced in videos. Head here for the complete coverage.

Update 6 (September 14)

IST: 05:29 pm: Oppo has now commenced phase two of the Android 11 (ColorOS 11) beta recruitment for the Find X2 series for users in Thailand, India, Indonesia,Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines, Egypt. This time around the quota is set to 5000 users.

Update 7 (November 12)

IST: 07:00 pm: The stable ColorOS 11 update for the Oppo Find X2 and Oppo Find X2 Pro is now live in several countries. Head here to know more.

NOTE: We have these and many more Oppo stories in our dedicated Oppo section.

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