Earlier today Google released the first public beta of the upcoming Android 11, which is currently only available for Pixels starting with the second-generation.
However, soon other devices, not made by Google, will be able to join in the fun. Oppo couldn’t wait and has already announced that its latest flagship duo, the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro, will be among the first smartphones (that aren’t Pixels) to get a taste of the new beta OS release.
Oppo will make an Android 11 beta build available for the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro sometime before the end of the month. Obviously, as this will be the first beta, you shouldn’t expect a lot of polish – or, if we go by previous years, a smooth installation process. If you want things to be easy, you need to have a Pixel, and then all you have to do is enroll it into the beta at this address, then you’ll receive the new software as an update. For other manufacturers, manually flashing will probably be involved.