In Q2 of 2019, Oppo had officially unveiled the Reno 10X Zoom smartphone. The device sports a 6.6-inch AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 6 protection. It is powered by a Snapdragon 855 Chipset based on Android 9.0 (Pie) onboard. For shooting purposes, there’s a 48 MP triple rear camera and a 16 MP Motorized pop-up selfie sensor.
Note: This is an update tracker, all the updates for Oppo Reno 10X Zoom will be added here in descending order.
Oppo Reno 10X Zoom Updates Tracker
- [September 9, 2021]: Oppo is releasing the September 2021 security patch to the Reno 10X Zoom. The update is unfurling in Asian markets via the firmware version CPH1919_11_F.45. Alongside, the package does not bring any other noticeable changes. But, it addresses various privacy and security-related vulnerabilities.
- [March 10, 2021]: Oppo is rolling out a stable update of the latest ColorOS 11.1 to Oppo Reno 10 X Zoom. The new stable update comes with build number CPH1919_11_F.40 which weighs around 3.5 GB in size. The latest build carries various new features and enhancements depending upon the region. Visit our dedicated article to know all the brand new features.
- [March 3, 2021]: Oppo is rolling another Beta build as ColorOS 11.1 to Reno 10x Zoom.The update brings version number CPH1919_11_F.40 that weighs approximately 1.21GB in size. The beta build enhances the system’s stability and performance. Moreover, it fixes communication issues, fixes slow-motion video, 48MP camera issues, and much more which are listed here.
- [July 9, 2020]: Oppo has finally started spinning out the July 2020 Security Patch update for Oppo Reno 10x Zoom smartphones. It comes in the CPH1919EX_11_C.28 Firmware version and weighs nearly 539MB in size. As of now, the update is currently limited to Indian users only and will be released in all other markets soon. Besides, it also carries some camera optimizations which you can read here.
As always, the company is sending the updates in phases. Thus, it may take some time to reach all the units. In the meanwhile, navigate to Settings > Software updates > check for updates to manually check the update status. Also, we suggest you switch over to a WiFi network to avoid carrier data charges.