Oppo has unveiled its latest Android UI overlay named ColorOS 11 it’s based on Android 11 that makes it sound much better than the previous version ColorOS 7. The company also announced the full rollout schedule for existing 28 devices.
ColorOS 11 is more streamlined than its predecessor ColorOS 7 with unique styling and more customization options for the users including all the new features of new Android 11 that includes one-time permissions, grouped message notifications and media controls.
Oppo has also added a new animation engine called UI First 2.0 that offers better RAM utilisation and improved frame-rate suitability. ColorOS 11 includes 3 new color schemes that offers varying darkness intensity that can be adjusted to match your home page icons and wallpaper.
Oppo has finally added a true Always-on-Display (AoD) to the ColorOS that allows users to design own patterns and colors.
The company has also added a new FlexDrop feature that allows users to resize supported apps into a floating window or even smaller mini-window for easier multitasking.
3-Finger Translate Gesture:
The company has added a new 3-finger translate gesture that is developed with Google, it brings instant translations to any content on the screen without the need of leaving the app.
It also introduces a new Super Power Saving Mode that allows access to six apps which can run for prolonged hours when the battery drops to 5% or lower. The company claims it offers up to 12 hours on standby, 1 hour of phone calls and 90 minutes of texting on this mode.
Oppo has also added a new Oppo Relax 2.0 that brings unique white noise mix from major cities around the world like Beijing, Bangkok, Tokyo and Reykjavik, users are also free to create your own background noise sounds.
The company says that the Android beta version of ColorOS 11 will be available starting today for Find X2 series and Reno 3 and Reno 4 later this month.