[Updated: May 19] Oppo Android 12 (ColorOS 12) update tracker: List of supported or eligible devices, release date and more
New updates are being added to the bottom of the story…
Original story (from March 28, 2021) follows:
Brands under the BBK Electronics umbrella such as Oppo have stepped up their software update games this year by trying to pump Android 11 to eligible devices quicker than their usual timelines with previous OS updates.
That said, Android 11 is no longer the new kid on the block. This title now belongs to Android 12, although it’s still in its early stages.
Here, we’ll be tracking all developments related to Android 12 or ColorOS 12 from Oppo, so you might want to bookmark this page for good measure.
Oppo Android 12 (ColorOS 12) expected release date
Oppo was one of the first OEMs to release the Android 11 beta to its flagships. Therefore, if the OEM takes the same route with Android 12, we can expect to see it release the beta shortly after Google opens up the public testing for the Pixel lineup.
According to Google’s timeline for Android 12, the beta will go live around May. We expect to see Oppo partake in the beta program as well and release the update to its flagships a couple of weeks after Google.
Oppo might release the Android 12 beta for the Find X3 and Find X3 Pro if past trends are to be taken into account.
Once Google rolls out the stable Android 12 update, which is expected towards the end of August or early September, the Oppo Find X3 duo should also get the ColorOS 12 stable update in the following weeks.
After that, we can expect Oppo to kick-start its own ColorOS 12 beta program with devices such as the successor to the Reno5 series, likely the Reno6 series, being some of the first models to bag the update.
List of eligible devices
Oppo does not have any software update plans set in stone. This makes it a bit tricky to figure out which models will be eligible for the update to ColorOS 12 based on Android 12.
Nevertheless, as we’ve been keeping tabs on all software updates from Oppo for sometime now, it’s clear that the OEM usually seeds at least two major OS updates for most models.
This is true for its flagships down to some of the more affordable options from the company such as the devices from the ‘K’ series.
So taking this into account, we’ve churned out a list of smartphones from Oppo that might be eligible for the update to Android 12 that should bring the ColorOS 12 skin. Check it out below:
– Oppo Find X3 Pro
– Oppo Find X3
– Oppo Find X3 Neo
– Oppo Find X3 Lite
– Oppo Find X2
– Oppo Find X2 Neo
– Oppo Find X2 Lite
– Oppo Find X2 Pro
– Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G
– Oppo F19 Pro
– Oppo F19
– Oppo Reno5 5G
– Oppo Reno5 4G
– Oppo Reno5 Pro+ 5G
– Oppo Reno5 Pro
– Oppo Reno5 Lite
– Oppo Reno5 F
– Oppo Reno3 Pro
– Oppo Reno3
– Oppo Reno3 Pro 5G
– Oppo Reno3 5G
– Oppo Reno3 Youth
– Oppo Reno4 5G
– Oppo Reno4 Lite
– Oppo Reno4 Pro
– Oppo Reno4 F
– Oppo Reno4 Z 5G
– Oppo A9 (2020)
– Oppo A92s
– Oppo A94
– Oppo A72
– Oppo A15
– Oppo A15s
– Oppo A53
– Oppo A93
– Oppo A72 5G
– Oppo F17 Pro
– Oppo F17
– Oppo A55 5G
– Oppo K7 5G
– Oppo K7x
– Oppo Reno R
To avoid any confusion, this list of eligible devices is not official by any means. Oppo may reveal a list of devices eligible for Android 12 at some point in the future, however, there’s no guarantee.
Hence, it’s possible that a device mentioned here might not get Android 12 and it’s also possible that a device which hasn’t been listed here may get the update.
Whatever the case, we’ll be updating this tracker regularly with all the latest developments related to ColorOS 12 or Android 12 for Oppo smartphones.
Update 1 (May 19, 2021)
IST: 11:46 pm: Google announced the commencement of the Android 12 Developer Preview Program and OPPO Find X3 Pro is among the few devices that will take part in this program. Android 12 developer preview 1 is available for the Find X3 Pro and you can learn more about that here. Important to note is that the Oppo Reno series is not supported.
Note: We’ll add the tracker table to this article once Oppo starts seeding Android 12/ColorOS 12 beta or stable update to any device.
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