OnePlushas a solid reputation for the software support to its phones, including more seasoned models that keep on accepting Android version updates and new highlights after the devices have been discontinued. The most recent software push from OnePlus is for its 2018 devices – the OnePlus 6T and OnePlus 6. The devices are presently accepting the latest Open Beta versions, OxygenOS Open Beta 21 for the OnePlus 6 and Open Beta 13 for the OnePlus 6T. The update is presently taking off as an OTA for users as of now on the Open Beta program and can be flashed manually for users on stable software.
The update has been reported on the OnePlus discussion and is rolling out now as an OTA if you’re as of now on the OnePlus Open Beta program for the OnePlus 6 or OnePlus 6T. The most huge expansion is the screen recorder, which was first seen on the OnePlus 7 Pro. Aside from this, there is additionally another FPS (Frames Per Second) option to give users more control over screen recording.
Different upgrades accompanying the update include bug fixes, improvements for the climate app, new animation impacts, improved experience with looking for contacts and optimized speedy reactions for declined calls. A portion of these highlights may eventually make it to the stable software versions for the two devices too. Do note that Open Beta software is less steady than regular software, and is only advised for advanced users who know about the dangers included.
OnePlus has had a bustling most recent couple of days, having likewise recently rolled out the Android Q Beta Developer Preview 2 update for the OnePlus 7 Pro. The company’s forthcoming OnePlus TV was likewise as of late in the news, with rumors abuzz that the product is set to be launched soon.