The Oppo F15 was introduced last year, and it came running on Android 9 Pie based on ColorOS 6.1. In January, the company rolled out the Android 11 beta for the users of the device in India. According to the scheduled timetable, the F15 was supposed to get the Android 11 stable update in India starting March 17. It appears the testing has gone smooth as the company has now started rolling out the stable build of Android 11 based ColorOS 11.1 to the device.
Currently, the update is being seeded to a limited number of users, but will be made available to all users of the device in a few days. Although no changelog about the update was revealed, but, according to details shared on Twitter, the update brings improved system stability, performance, and charging speed. Also, the F15 update comes with camera optimization and improvement.
It would be recalled that the Oppo F15 was launched sporting a 6.4-inch AMOLED display, with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. The phone is powered with the Mediatek MT6771V Helio P70 processor, paired with up to 8GB of RAM. The F15 has a single 16MP front camera and a combination of 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP rear camera setup on the back.
It packed a 4025mAh, non-removable battery and has 20W Fast charging feature. Oppo F15 came in Lightening Black and Unicorn White options and was made available with a price tag of £218.90.
The ColorOS 11.1 stable update carries firmware version CPH2001_11_F.10 and should reach all the Indian units in a week or two.