OPPO officially introduced ColorOS 11 through an online event and became one of the first manufacturers to update Android 11.
ColorOS 11 maintains useful native Android features while providing rich interface customization exclusively for OPPO users. The rapid release, right after Android 11, is the result of a close partnership between OPPO and Google to improve the user experience.
Diverse customization, showing your own style
Custom ColorOS 11 on the latest newly released Android 11 platform, for users to unleash the customization of the experience. Basically, users can create their own always-on display with their own themes, wallpapers, fonts, icons, and ringtones. The latest update also improves the dark mode with three different color schemes and contrast levels. Meanwhile, the relaxation function (OPPO Relax) 2.0 allows users to create their own mix of white noise and offers a rich collection of sounds from different cities around the world.
ColorOS 11’s focus on improving interface customization stems from the customer’s desire to personalize the smartphone experience. The ColorOS Design team has paid attention to user feedback to customize it, providing a more personalized interface with a variety of features. With these changes, users have more tools to express their creativity and use smartphones in their own way.
ColorOS 11 is packed with powerful features to improve job efficiency and life. It includes Quick Translate with three-finger gestures powered by Google Lens, the first function created jointly by OPPO and Google. Therefore, the translation is easily done via a screenshot made with a smart three-finger gesture, which is familiar to OPPO users.
Flexdrop, another feature, provides a simple and intuitive solution for multitasking. Users can watch videos and text at the same time. This is especially useful for gamers and video lovers. Users can even switch and control multiple smart home devices through the integrated device control menu without having to download new applications.
To maximize battery life, the built-in super power saving mode allows users to select the six most important apps to run in low battery situations. Meanwhile, the Battery Guard function will learn the habits of users to avoid damage caused by prolonged charging at unstable voltages. This feature will stop charging when it reaches 80% at night and continue charging so that the battery is full at the right time when users wake up.
These days, high frame rates are a welcome development in the smartphone industry, but phones often experience lag and freezing as a result. To overcome this, ColorOS11 introduces the UI First 2.0 solution, which combines OPPO’s exclusive latency reduction technology with Quantum Animation. This increases RAM efficiency by 45%, improves response speed by 32%, and improves frame rate by 17%.
Meanwhile, AI App Preloading (AI App Preloading) learns user behavior to preload the most used applications, reducing loading times. SuperTouch also intelligently identifies user usage scenarios and optimizes touch response speeds for a smoother experience.
Improve user security and privacy
ColorOS 11 incorporates the recently added privacy options of Android 11, while creating a number of additional privacy and data security features. The private system works separately as the second version of the application and the data run independently of the original version and can only be accessed by scanning fingerprints or personal passwords.
A new shortcut for App Lock allows you to verify by password, fingerprint or face. The authorization system has also been improved, with temporary permissions to: access the camera and microphone and locate when these applications are closed. Meanwhile, the system will be reinstalled automatically if the decentralization function is not used for a long time. ColorOS 11 requires user consent for applications to access phone data to prevent the possibility of malicious applications entering phone data.
The fastest and most popular ColorOS generation
ColorOS 11 is currently updating the beta version with a limited number for users to sign up for the experience and contribute comments. ColorOS 11 will be released in batches, starting with the Find X2 and Reno3 series. Moving forward, the full release will update more than 28 announced smartphones, including the Find, Reno, F, K and A series.