OPPO already released ColorOS based on Android 12 for OPPO Find X3 Pro

Recently, Google I/O 2021 is to kick off and Google dropped the first Android 12 Beta with the next generation of Android, and several OEMs have announced their own release of an Android 12 beta for their respective flagships. But there is good news for OPPO users. OPPO is also part of the Android 12 beta 1 program. ColorOS will take you on board for the chance to try out Android 11 Beta 1 soon on the OPPO Find X3 Pro.

OPPO Find X3 Pro, making it one of the first handset makers to launch the Android 12 Developer Preview Program at the Google I/O Developer Conference 2021. The standard Find X3, Find X3 Lite and Find X3 Neo won’t be getting it. The reason, we’re assuming, is that the only chip platform that Qualcomm has released an Android 12 preview BSP for is the Snapdragon 888.

The Android 12 focuses on system UI as well as security and privacy, which will be the main principles for ColorOS as well. To help consumers better express themselves, OPPO is working to make ColorOS a more intuitive and system that allows more personalizations from users, especially in terms of UI and UX. The company is also making efforts to give users more control and transparency regarding data security and privacy.

Also Read: Android 12 First Look, Features, Release Date and more

Developers in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Chinese mainland, and Taiwan markets are encouraged to download the latest system via the OPPO open platform starting from May 19. Please kindly note that this is the early preview version for developers to do compatibility testing and early development, which will include bugs that may affect daily use. We, therefore, do not recommend non-developers to try this update. Please stay tuned for the consumer version.

The OPPO Find X3 Pro is the latest top-tier flagship from OPPO. It offers a 6.7-inch QHD+ 120Hz display, Snapdragon 888 processor, 12GB RAM, and 256GB storage, quad cameras with a microscope lens, and a 4,500mAh battery with 65W fast charging support.


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