Manufacturer Oppo has announced the update plans for July regarding the rollout of Android 11. The list includes devices in the Find X2 series, Reno 4 devices and various smartphones from the A-line.
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Oppo: Android 11 plans for July 2021
While Android 12 is already at the door, there are still plenty of devices that Android 11update yet to be received. This is the case, for example, with the manufacturer Oppo. While several smartphones of the brand have been running on the new software for a long time, there are also plenty where that is not the case. Plans for July 2021 have now been announced through the company's customer service account.
That information shows that July will be a busy month in terms of updates. We have neatly listed all smartphones (available here) from the manufacturer that receive the Android 11 software for you. It concerns devices in three different lines of the company:
Oppo Reno Devices
The company also indicates that the versions of the Oppo A5 (2020) and A9 (2020) with 3GB of RAM will not receive the update. The reason for this is that those devices have too little RAM to run Android 11 properly.
The software rolls out in so-called batches, or groups. So it can happen that someone with the same device already sees the update, while that is not the case on your device. That is simply a matter of being patient.
Improved Oppo update policy, but not the best yet
At the beginning of May we wrote on Android Planet exclusively that Oppo gives the Find X3 series longer updates. Later that month, the company will also announce that the improved update policy will also apply to devices with a lower price. Nice of course and fortunately that is an overall trend that we also see with various other smartphone brands.
Still, Oppo can't compete with brands like OnePlus, Nokia, Samsung of Google. Those manufacturers deliver more version updates and security patches are also delivered longer. Manufacturer Google would even like to increase the update policy to five years, along with the release of the Google Pixel 6 on Pixel 6 Pro.
Have you received an update on your Oppo smartphone or other device? Please send us an email at [email protected]! We then include that information in our weekly update overview that we publish every Friday.
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