The ColorOS 11 includes all the Android 11 features such as conversation, bubble notifications, screen recorder, improved 5G support and more. In addition to this, Oppo has also worked on several other aspects of the UI such as privacy and security, efficiency, overall smoothness and more. Here’s the complete changelog of ColorOS 11.
ColorOS 11 offers even better customisation options than before. Users can now create their own custom Always-on display, theme, wallpaper, fonts, icons and ringtones. There’s new Dark Mode as well with three color schemes and contrast levels to choose from.
ColorOS 11 also improves upon battery efficiency with new Super Power Saving Mode that allows users to choose six apps to run in low-battery situations. The new Battery Guard prevents the smartphone’s battery from getting overcharged. It intelligently
pauses charging once it reaches 80% at night, before resuming to achieve a full charge
by the time users wake up.
Security and privacy improvements
ColorOS 11 incorporates all the new Android 11 security features and privacy options and builds upon it to further enhance it. Private System creates a separate system where a second version of apps and data runs independent of the original, and is accessible only via a separate fingerprint scan or password.
The UI also brings a better permission management system now. The new temporary permission feature automatically reset camera, microphone and location permissions when the app is closed.
Low Battery Message, an India specific feature
ColorOS 11 also includes a new Low Battery Message feature that provides options to send messages when phone battery drops to 15% with their current location to selected contacts.
ColorOS 11 rollout