In early June there was a voice that the new Oppo Find X2 series would have been tested with the latest Google operating system, Android 11. This thanks to the leak leaked by Google that announced all the devices that would be part of the beta testing program.
Oppo Find X2 series: Android 11 beta release begins
Well, today the official confirmation also comes from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo. Some smartphones of the Find X2 series would have already received the beta OTA update, clearly only if they had registered for testing. That said, you can always "enlist" now on Oppo official website for developers.
Among the news that we find on Android 11 we have the new section for conversations dedicated in the notification area and the floating bubble user interface for messaging apps. Google is also increasing privacy protection with new one-off permissions and automatic restart options, as well as checking permissions for the background location.
In any case, although there is the Android 11 beta hidden under the user interface, the Oppo Find X2 series will still use the ColorOS 7.2.
Let's quickly recall some of the specifications on board the Find X2 series, starting with the more premium Find X2 Pro which adopts a 6.7-inch diagonal AMOLED display with QHD + resolution (3168 x 1440 pixels) and a screen-to-body ratio of 93.1%. Cameras side we find a 48 megapixel (Sony IMX689) with OIS + 48 megapixel (Sony IMX586) + 13 megapixel periscopic (Samsung S5K3M5) with OIS and 10X hybrid zoom. Finally, the device is powered by a 4200 mAh battery with SuperVOOC 2.0 ultra fast charging support with a maximum power of 65W.
As for the Oppo Find X2 base, this comes with a 6.78 "AMOLED screen with the same QHD + resolution and 93.1% screen-to-body ratio. Then there are three cameras on the back of 48 megapixels (Sony IMX689) with OIS + 13 megapixel ultra wide + 12 megapixel telephoto. While the battery has a capacity of 4260mAh and supports 65W charging.