OnePlus official HydrogenOS 11 video for China. Expect OxygenOS 11 to be heavily influenced by this one, but with Google Play services. New permanent display, animations and one-handed operation. #OnePlus # HydrogenOS11 pic.twitter.com/IbdXKrj7eg August 10, 2020
The headlining function is the introduction of an always-on display, which had recently been disclosed. It’s a common sight on other Android phones, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, which just launched last week. However, OnePlus has often been stubborn when it comes to introducing other features like IP strength ratings and wireless charging, common on competing phones, making it a significant move for the company. ‘business.
With the redesigned interface and the introduction of a one-handed mode also featured here, there is no guarantee that all of these changes will happen. But given the demand that there has been, there isn’t really a good excuse for OnePlus not to make the changes live for all users.
OnePlus has also just launched its final developer preview of OxygenOS 11. It’s not something you’ll find as an automatic download to your own OnePlus device just yet, as it’s aimed at developers and enthusiasts alike. try and test the pre-launch.
OxygenOS has a good reputation among Android users, thanks to its clutter-free design that adds only small changes to the original Android experience you will get with, say, a Pixel phone. Although Samsung’s One UI comes with a lot of bloatware in the form of Samsung-specific apps, it also comes with a lot of handy features, such as an always-on display option, which until now was lacking on OnePlus phones. .
With Android 11 (the basis of OxygenOS 11) almost complete by Google’s timeline, we’ll likely see the latest version of Android appear first on the OnePlus 8T series. The update will make its way to OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, and OnePlus Nord shortly thereafter, at least based on OnePlus’ swift implementation in previous years.