OPPO unveiled the ColorOS 11 that's based on the Android 11 operating system
OPPO has officially announced the ColorOS 11 which comes equipped with various new features, as well as improvements which will be coming to 28 OPPO smartphones by Q2 2021. In terms of the improvements ranging from Always-on Display, scheduled dark mode, FlexDrop, and many more.
As of now, the OPPO Find X2 series will be the first smartphone series to get the ColorOS 11 update, which can be downloaded via the Software Update section in settings. Other than the features mentioned above, the new update also comes with the 3-finger translate gesture which was developed in collaboration with good in order to help the user translate any given text using a 3-finger swipe.
Introducing the new #OPPOColorOS11 Always-on Display feature, it offers a wide variety of styles and patterns to truly represent your style. The content of Always-on Display is not just automatically generated, but created by users with just one stroke to craft a unique pattern. pic.twitter.com/76rL5geUt3— ColorOS (@colorosglobal) September 14, 2020
Today, we live a busy life. To make multitasking easier, we released the Quick Return Bubble in ColorOS 7.2, and with #OPPOColorOS11, we're bringing FlexDrop. Swipe to resize the APP into a small floating window or an even smaller mini-window. pic.twitter.com/ViViH7ikYY— ColorOS (@colorosglobal) September 14, 2020
Furthermore, there’s also the Super Power Saving Mode which allows the smartphone to last up to 12 hours when it has only 5% battery left as well as the OPPO Relax 2.0, which provide with users with relaxing white noise from cities such as Beijing, Tokyo, and more. If you want to find out more information in regards to the new ColorOS 11 update, head over to OPPO’s official website.
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