While Google is preparing rollout a stable build of Android 11 soon, many OEMs are working on their own skins based on it already. Now, as per XDA developers, Xiaomi, Huawei and Oppo are hiring users from their high-end phones to test their own skins based on Android 11. Users can apply to see how they perform and report issues or feedback for improvements.
Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo Open their Private Beta Based on Android 11
Google has already passed out four Android 11 Developer Previews to be tested by app developers and is gearing up to launch the final and stable build soon. While an exact date isn’t announced yet, many handsets are ready to take it since they’re already testing their own skins over Android 11 Developer Previews.
To make this more resourceful and bug-free, several OEMs are opening up private beta on the latest OS to check their stability. In this, Xiaomi has opened up with a registration form for users of POCO F2 Pro, Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, to beta test their Android 11 based MIUI 12 update. Under this, eligible users can provide their email address, Mi ID, Telegram account ID for drawing into the group, IMEI number and other device information.
Huawei, on the other hand, is looking for users of Mate 30, MatePad Pro series and P40 to test its EMUI 10.1 based on Android 11 OS. It’s recruiting about 2,000 users per model from September 1st to September 8th. So if you’re one of them, hurry up to check how it works.
Finally, another popular Chinese OEM, Oppo is also gearing up to hire users starting September 7th to test its ColorOS based on Android 11 OS. While no more details are available at this, the maker said eligible users would be those using the Oppo Find X2, Find X2 Pro, Reno3 4G, and Reno3 Pro 4G smartphones.