Oppo A91, Reno2 Z, and Reno3 A receive ColorOS 11 stable update

Earlier this week, Oppo announced it will roll out the Android 11-based ColorOS 11 stable update for the Reno2 Z from April 14. But the company has started seeding ColorOS 11 stable build for the Reno2 Z ahead of schedule while also rolling it out for the A91.

The ColorOS 11 stable update for the A91 is seeding in Indonesia and for the Reno2 Z in India. It’s rolling out in batches, and if you can’t wait for the update prompt to pop up on your smartphone, you can check for it manually by heading to its Settings > Software Updates menu and tap on the gear icon in the upper-right corner, then on “Official Version Application”, and then on “Apply now”.

Additionally, Oppo is rolling ColorOS 11 for the Reno3 A, which was exclusively launched in Japan last year with ColorOS 7.2. Users who’ve received the update report it requires a hefty download of 3.07GB, so make sure you are connected to Wi-Fi when downloading the update.

According to Oppo’s ColorOS 11 rollout plan, the Reno2 in India, Malaysia, Thailand, Pakistan, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Philippines is next in line to get the ColorOS 11 stable update.

Starting April 14, Oppo will release the ColorOS 11 beta builds for the A5 (2020) and A9 (2020) in India and Indonesia and for the A73 5G in Australia, Saudi Arabia, and UAE.