Oppo Find X was announced back in June as the second smartphone with a pop-up camera in order to reach a screen-to-body ratio close to 100 percent. Now, in late August, it is finally getting its first stable update. The firmware is identified with the codename CPH1871EX_11_A.07, it has a weight of 153 MB and it comes through an OTA notification. Just like the previous version, it is based on Android 8.1 Oreo and it is customized by Oppo’s Color OS user interface.
The most important improvements which this new update brings regard the above-mentioned camera department. According to the surfaced info, there are minor optimizations to photo capture, video recording, and various shooting modes, with improvements to camera stability and effect. The new update for the Oppo Find X is also rumored to include the security patch for the month of August, which is the latest one released by Google to improve the security of Android devices.
Given its dimensions, we suggest you download the update while you are connected to a Wi-Fi network. If you still did not receive it, you can try to force its arrival by heading to the Settings, then choosing Device info and Software update. If you get it, let us know if you notice any other improvement by using the comment box below.