OPPO has highlighted some of the features that Android 11 brings to the Find X2 series such as Scheduled Dark Mode which automatically switches your device between light and dark modes; a special bedtime mode that can be configured to your liking; ability to pin conversations in the notification menu; dedicated menu for smart home devices without the need for installing third-party applications; and stricter privacy settings.
OPPO warns that the build is only available to developers and not for end-users. They also warn that the build has bugs and is unstable. So if this is your primary device and you are not a developer, you may want to steer clear of the beta build.
You can download the Android 11 Beta build from the source link below. XDA-Developers have also written a step-by-step guide on how to flash it and how to rollback if you need to.
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