OPPO Find X2 and OPPO Find X2 Pro get ColorOS 11 stable with Android 11

After several months of testing, OPPO has released a stable version of Android 11 for the flagships Find X2 and Find X2 Pro.

The update received build number CPH2025SG_11_C.05 and weighs more than 3 GB. Of the innovations, a fresh security patch was added to the firmware, as well as a new proprietary color OS 11. It received an updated interface, the ability to customize and create your own Always-On Display screensavers, a dark theme with three shades of black, and Three-Finger Translate functions and Flexdrop. The first allows you to take a screenshot with three fingers and immediately send it to Google Lens for translating text, and the second improves multitasking. Also worth noting in the update is the new Super Power Saving Mode. Thanks to him, you can select the six most important applications that will work when the device is low on charge.

According to the XDA forum, smartphone owners in Switzerland, Germany, and the UK have already started receiving the firmware. A little later, the software will reach other regions.

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