Oppo has been doing a remarkable job when it comes to delivering the ColorOS 11 (Android 11) update for its devices.

No wonder why the brand enjoys such a great response in China. Even though the skin is one of the heaviest out there, Oppo developers never fail to deliver updates on the promised dates.


The brand regularly shares precise timelines for the upcoming updates, unlike other brands which share a month-wise schedule.

It was a few days ago when Oppo shared an updated timeline for the stable and beta update release schedule for a few devices.

Oppo A91 and Reno2 Z bagged the stable Android 11 update on the promised date. And looks like Oppo continues to perform well.

The company is now rolling out the ColorOS 11 (Android 11) beta updates for the Oppo A73 5G and Reno Z devices two days ahead of its planned schedule.

(Oppo A73, Oppo Reno Z)

This is actually worth an appreciation as this is the only brand we know of that never misses its deadline and in fact, pushes the updates even before the planned date.

The Oppo Reno Z units based out of Saudi Arabia and UAE can now head towards the update center to apply for the beta program. And unlike most of the time, the application window will stay open for a good 7 days.

While Oppo A73 users from UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Australia are the ones eligible for the beta update.

Here are the steps that you need to follow in order to reserve an OTA for yourself.

1. Confirm your phone has updated to the version (Detectable Version): C.35 (For Reno Z) and A.13/A.15 (For Oppo A73)

2. 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)

The applications of Oppo A73 and Reno Z users will be reviewed by the team and the Android 11 beta update will be pushed at a later stage.

But be advised this is only the beta update which may still have some bugs. Move ahead only if these issues don’t bother your daily routine.


Well, there’s a lot more coming this month. Oppo has a bunch of devices and a big planner to follow. So stay tuned to our dedicated Oppo Android 11 update tracker.

Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Oppo Section so be sure to follow them as well.

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