Oppo A93 receives Android 11 (ColorOS 11) stable update


Oppo has registered its name as one of the strongest smartphone brands in a few years by providing a series of new devices and keeping them up to do date with updates. After Kenya, Oppo has started seeding out ColorOS Android 11 update globally to its latest mid-range smartphone — Oppo A93.

Oppo A93

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The phone was released in October 2020. Thanks to its excellent specifications which made it the best mid-range smartphone. In a short span of time, it received an Android 11 Beta update for the enrolled users. Now, a final ready-to-use stable Android 11 (ColorOS 11) update is rolling out.

The update brings all the Android 11 features like Notifications History, in-built screen recorder, Media controls, Conversation and Bubbles, and Power Button Menu. It even adds New Emojis, Temporary Permissions, the ability to pin apps in the share menu and scheduled dark mode. However, like every other brand, Oppo has its own custom skin called “ColorOS” which indulges admirable functions and a pleasing interface. The latest version ColorOS 11 brings along various enhancements.

Other ColorOS 11 features for Oppo A93 are:

  • Customizable dark mode
  • A plethora of UI customization options
  • Floating windows for better multitasking
  • Three-finger swipe down gestures for translations
  • Promotes mindfulness with Relax 2.0
  • Google Assistant & Google Lens integration
  • Nearby Share
  • Highly customizable AOD
  • Super power-saving mode & super nighttime standby
  • Battery guard (adaptive charging speed)

You have to wait for the OTA update as it is rolling out in a phased manner. Alternatively, you can even head over to your phone settings > software update to check it manually.

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