The Oppo K3 started rolling out to ColorOS 11 at the end of July, however, via a trial version of the platform based on Android 11.
Now, a month later, the notebook has finally been awarded the stable version of the system, which starts shipping in India this Thursday (31).
Firmware CPH1955_11_F.11 is being released in batches and will take a few more weeks to reach other markets. In other words, some users of the notebook will be awarded OTA before others, but, it seems, the first in line are users who already had the trial version installed on their cell phones.
Oppo K3 hits stores in 2019 with Android 9 Pie and ColorOS 6 That is, this is the second major system update after the arrival of Android 10 (ColorOS 7) last year.
As always, we recommend that you back up your important system data before proceeding with the installation process.
Another tip is to make sure that the device is connected to Wi-Fi instead of mobile data to prevent swallowing your data packets while downloading updates.