Oppo lays out its roadmap for when ColorOS 12 will arrive between now and next year


Now that Android 12 has hit AOSP, we’re beginning to see more and more smartphone makers provide schedules for when their phones will be updated. The latest of which comes from Oppo, who shared its plans for the ColorOS 12 beta program.

Oppo has already started rolling out the ColorOS 12 beta to Find X3 Pro owners in a few regions, and now know when the rest of the lineup will begin seeing the update. Here’s when we can expect to see Android 12 arrive on Oppo’s vast lineup of supported devices:

  • October 2021
    • Find X3 Pro
  • November 2021
    • Find X2 Pro
    • Find X2 Pro Automobili Lamborghini Edition
    • Find X2
    • Reno 6 Pro 5G
    • Reno 6 Pro 5G Diwali Edition
    • Reno 6 5G
  • December 2021
    • Reno 6
    • Reno 5
    • Reno 5 Marvel Edition
    • Reno 6 Z 5G
    • Reno 5 Pro 5G
    • Reno 5 Pro
    • F19 Pro+
    • A74 5G
    • A73 5G
  • First half of 2022
    • Find X3 Lite 5G
    • Find X3 Neo 5G
    • Find X2 Neo
    • Find X2 Lite
    • Reno 10X Zoom
    • Reno 5 5G
    • Reno 5 F
    • Reno 5 Lite
    • Reno 5 Z 5G
    • Reno 4 Pro 5G
    • Reno 5 5G
    • Reno 4 F
    • Reno 4 Lite
    • Reno 4 Z 5G
    • Reno 4 Pro
    • Reno 4
    • Reno 4 Mo Salah Edition
    • Reno 3 Pro 5G
    • Reno 3 Pro
    • Reno 3
    • Reno 5 A
    • F19 Pro
    • F17 Pro
    • A94 5G
    • A94
    • A93
    • A54 5G
    • A53s 5G
  • Second half of 2022
    • F17
    • F19s
    • F19
    • A74
    • A53
    • A53s
    • A16s

There are a few caveats to be aware of it you own an Oppo device and want to join the ColorOS 12 beta. The first of which is that this timeline does not include any carrier-exclusive models, as Oppo states the updates “are determined by carriers.” Next, the company plans on releasing the beta on a “batch-by-batch basis”, meaning that it may arrive in some regions before others, regardless of the device.

But if you want to join the ColorOS 12 beta, and have one of the devices listed above, you can follow these steps to apply:

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Select Software Update.
  3. Tap the Gear icon in the top right corner.
  4. Select Trial version.
  5. Tap Beta version.
  6. Enter your phone number/email address.
  7. Tap the checkbox to agree to the Privacy Policy.
  8. Tap the Submit button.

Once the beta becomes available, you will receive an OTA update allowing you to get your hands on what Oppo is bringing to its users with Android 12 and ColorOS 12.


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