OPPO Find N2 Flip becomes the first foldable smartphone to receive Android 14 Beta 1 upgrade
Android 14 operating system was officially unveiled on May 10 at the Google I/O event. Just after the official announcement, many devices started getting the beta versions of this latest operating system. In this list recently OPPO has also joined as the brand officially announced that Android 14 Beta 1 is available in its latest foldable smartphone Find N2 Flip.
OPPO Find N2 Flip has now become the first foldable device that is eligible to download the Android 14 Beta 1 version. Though this version is still unstable and is only available for the variants in India, Thailand, and Malaysia. The important thing to note is that this version is for advanced users only as the version is still unstable so there might be chances that it involves some bugs and issues.
In the official statement released by the brand, the users are also warned that these builds are better suited for developers and members with deep knowledge of Android and tech. While users are recommended to avoid installing the software on their main device as it is still in an early development stage.
Things to Keep in my Mind
While users should also keep in mind to install the software only if their device has at least 30% battery left and at least 4GB storage is available on the device. Also if a user wants to switch from ColorOS 14 to ColorOS 13 they are free to do it but the only disadvantage is that all the contents from their device will be erased in the process.