Last week, OPPO revealed the ColorOS 11 update plan for the month of March. According to that, the Chinese smartphone maker is supposed to open beta registrations for the OPPO Reno2 for India tomorrow (March 10). However, the company has started recruiting testers a day earlier today (March 9) for not only India but also Malaysia as well.
OPPO launched the OPPO Reno2 smartphone in the second half of 2019. The device debuted with ColorOS 6.1 based on Android 9.0 Pie. It was later updated to Android 10-based ColorOS 7. And now, the company has begun to recruit testers for ColorOS 11 (Android 11) beta for this handset.
Right now, the Android 11 beta program for the OPPO Reno2 is only live in India and Malaysia. In order to participate, interested users need to be on firmware version C.45. If they are, they can head over to Settings > Software Update > Gear Icon > Apply for Beta Version > Update Beta Version
That said, it is worth noting that the company will be only recruiting a handful of users. So if you are interested, make sure to enroll in the program as soon as possible. However, the announcement post does say that there will be more batches down the link.
Anyway, selected users will start receiving ColorOS 11 beta build via OTA within a week. Lastly, the stable update should be available for the regular public in a month or two.
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