Oppo Unveils Android 11-Based Strong ColorOS 11: Check out the list of devices that will get it

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Chinese smartphone maker Oppo on Monday announced that Rangoos 11 will be released in batch-by-batch access, launching its latest version of custom Android software based on the latest Android 11. starting with the Fund X2 Series and Renault 3 Series. The full rollout will cover more than 28 phone models, including the Fide, Renault, F, K, and A series.

Oppo Colorros Design Project Lead, Lynn Ni said in a statement, “The Colorros team focused on user feedback for greater UI optimization, offering a more personalized UI that incorporates a variety of features.” Ni, lead the OPPO Colorros Design Project, said in a statement.

The purpose of Colorros 11 is to offer an unparalleled level of UI compatibility so that users’ imaginations can be surpassed and their experience can be personalized. Users can create their own ever-on display, themes and wallpapers as well as fonts, icons and ringtones. Colorros 11 is equipped with strong features that improve work and life efficiency.

One of them is ‘Three-Finger Translate’, the first feature powered by Google Lens, co-produced by OPPO and Google. It captures and translates text with a simple three-finger screenshot.

Flexroad, another new feature, provides a simple and intuitive solution for multi-tasking. Users can watch videos and text at the same time, which is especially useful for gamers and video lovers.

To maximize the available battery, the new Super Power Saving mode allows users to choose from six apps to run in low battery conditions, the company said. In addition, ColorRos 11 stocks include the newly added privacy options of Android 11 to create a series of additional privacy protection and data security features.

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