Oppo has announced ColorOS 11, the newest version of its own user interface installed in its smartphone, and the first to be built on Google’s Android 11. Anyone familiar with ColorOS might wonder what has happened to ColorOS 8, 9 and 10, with the final version being released as ColorOS 7. The reason, according to Oppo, is that people are less likely to skimp on these To confuse is which version of the Android UI is built around, and clarifies the stock Android features that can be found within.
ColorOS 7 was a major step forward for Oppo, as it got closer to stock Android the way it was used and appeared, and was far from the highly customized versions previously seen. In conversations with people using their phones, Oppo has listened to feedback and is keeping control of gestures and the basics of Android from the Gboard keyboard to the settings page and notification drawer, intact for ColorOS 11.
what’s new? ColorOS 11 Android is about giving a little more control over the software without getting rid of the basics. Alvez-on screens now have animated patterns, which can be customized under the shapes to be taken and the colors they use. Each Always-On panel also shows the time, date, battery indicator and information icon.
The phone’s wallpaper can be customized using a photo to differentiate colors, and even ringtones to create different sounds, including simple tunes, vibrant music pieces with a fast or slow tempo. Are editable using sliders. One of my favorite new features, is ideal for anyone who gets multiple messages in quick succession. ColorOS 11 will string sounds together to create a single melody for these notifications, so that they don’t get too distracted.
Dark mode has been upgraded with three different view options, each with a different grayscale level available, and the ability to set start and end times as well, which is found in existing sunset and sunrise timers. ColorOS 11 has some new features, most notably the three-finger, quick-access gesture for Google Lens for quick text translation, plus version 2.0 of Oppo Relax, a mindfulness app that now exclusively includes City Soundseeds.
Elsewhere is Flexdrop, which adds the ability to shape floating multitasking windows, a super power saving mode that prioritizes six apps even when the battery is low, as well as a battery guard that allows the battery charge to fully complete But it stops up to 80% overnight. Get up early in the morning. Because ColorOS 11 is based on Android 11, it comes with all new privacy features including app permission settings, private system and app lock.
When will ColorOS 11 arrive? Oppo says that Find X2 Pro, Find X2 and Find X2 Pro Lamborghini Edition will see updates in December, with theater phones coming in during the first three months of 2021. Overall, ColorOS 11 will be available in 28 Oppo phones, including the Reno 10X zoom. The launch will be staggered, and the phone not closing for the carrier will likely receive the software first.