Strange though it be, the smartphone that's been released at the time best suited for it this year, is a low-budget 4G device from OPPO.
South Korean smartphone maker Samsung Electronics has announced the official launch of its One UI3 skin for Android 11, with users of Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20+ 5G and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G in the US to be the first to get the update.
OPPO proclaims it is now a global top 5 smartphone brand, and has upped the ante with its ColorOS 11, which is in beta for the Find X2 series from today and rolling out to 28 models between now and Q2 2021.
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO does not intend to let the grass grow under its feet when it comes to software updates, with the company saying it would release ColorOS 11, its modified version of Android, which would be based on version 11 which was released by Google on Tuesday.
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has announced that it will be supporting CameraX, the new Android Jetpack support library for camera app development unveiled by Google at Developer Days China (GDD 2019) on Wednesday.
The iPhone X was criticised for its notch, but many major Android flagships now offer one, and while Oppo did launch its notchless Find X model last week, the R15 and Pro have landed in Australia first.
With an interface shamelessly "inspired" by iOS, Oppo's new smartphones give very familiar yet Android powered smartphone experiences, with mostly ultra-premium features, but at much lower prices than other flagship models.
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