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Oppo F15 announces that it is receiving its update for Android 11

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The Oppo F15 has finally started getting Android 11 ColorOS 11.1 based after some beta tests. The Oppo F15 went on sale in India in January 2020, where it was equipped with Android 9 Pie based on ColorOS 6. This update makes it the second major update to the mid-range smartphone OS. According to Oppo, the smartphone was supposed to receive the software update on March 17, but some users have already started receiving the update of their devices before the schedule.

According to tweets from users, initially noticed from PiunikaWeb, Oppo has released a stable version of ColorOS 11.1 for selection Oppo F15 smartphones with firmware version CPH2001_11_F.10. Earlier this month, the company announced that the release of the ColorOS 11.1 update for the Oppo F15 will begin on March 17, so we can expect a wider distribution in the next few days. There is no official change log available to the media, but expect to receive performance and stability updates, camera optimization, and improved loading speeds to come along with a new UI skin.

Earlier this month, Oppo announced list of smartphones that are set to receive stable versions of Android 11based on ColorOS. The company mentioned that 27 smartphones will receive the stable version of the update worldwide in stages this month.

In other news related to Oppo, the company released Oppo Find X3 series with Find the X3 Pro,, Find X3,, Find the X3 Neo, and Find the X3 Lite smartphones this month. They feature quad-core rear camera settings, on-screen fingerprint sensors and run on Android 11. The Oppo Find X3 Pro is powered by a Snapdragon 888 SoC combined with up to 12GB of RAM, 256GB of built-in storage, and also features with a microlens sensor that can capture subjects up to 60 times closer. The Oppo Find range of smartphones will go on sale in Europe by the end of this month.


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