With the release of the Oppo F19, ColorOS 12 beta is now available to the general market. 5,000 midranger users are needed to take part in the upcoming software release, which has only been open to invitees since the end of February.
Oppo is solely searching for beta testers in India because the Oppo F19 is so well-liked in the country. These updates may be installed by going into your phone’s Settings app and selecting “Software Update” and then “Gear Wheel.” “Apply for Beta Version” will appear if the beta is now accessible, but if it isn’t, you’ll have to wait “until the next round.”
The beta version will be delivered to those who applied within three working days, which suggests that the package is being delivered by humans rather than an automated system.
A warning from Oppo to F19 owners is that the phone may overheat or slow, but these issues will improve over time, as consumers are prepared to put up with some inconvenience for the sake of being pioneers in their area.