OPPO has started releasing the new widgets feature update for the Find N2 Flip in Europe. After the initial rollout in the native region, the company is now dispatching the ultimate addition for the flip-flop handset in other parts of the world.
Find N2 Flip comes on the ground with a premium design and a powerful camera framework. Meanwhile, the shiny clamshell outlook and ultimate features make the foldable stand at the top of the smartphone market.
To maintain the device’s efficiency, the company keeps posting the latest firmware. Currently, OPPO Find N2 Flip is welcoming the new widgets feature update in Europe. No doubt, the tech giant won’t take many days to push the version in other regions as well.
Looking into the shared image details, the OPPO Find N2 Flip is receiving a fresh update with the ColorOS 13 CPH2437_11_A.25 build version. On the side hand, the firmware appears in a small package size of 399.12 Megabytes. But that doesn’t decrease the count of benefits.
In terms of offerings, the update brings a brand new set of useful widgets for the cover screen of the smartphone. You can simply reply from the cover screen by enabling the Speech-to-Text option. Further, you can operate WhatsApp, and Spotify without entering the application.
Apart from these tweaks, the update looks after the stability and adds an updated security patch released in April 2023. Thus, you should download the build as it knocks on your phone’s screen. You can check the changelog below.
APRIL 2023 UPDATE – CHANGELOG
- Integrates the April 2023 Android security patch to enhance system security.
- You can now reply from the cover screen with the Speech-to-Text feature.
- Adds a WhatsApp widget for the cover screen.
- Adds a Spotify widget for the cover screen.
- Makes swiping through the cover screen smoother.
- Improves system stability.
- Improves system performance.
The update is appearing in batches and will soon cover all the units in the region. Till then, you can avoid this wait and can jump into the update section of your device to grab the build manually.