OnePlus seems to be gearing up to begin the testing of the latest Android Oreo update for its latest flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 5T. The company has teased the first Open Beta for Android Oreo update for the latest smartphone.
The release of Open Beta build was announced by OnePlus Germany Twitter handle. The tweet read, “Christmas is over, but we still have a gift for you! 😉 How about with the open beta for Android Oreo on the #OnePlus5T!” This means that the Android Oreo beta build should be available for OnePlus 5T users.
— OnePlus Deutschland (@OnePlus_DE) December 27, 2017
However, at the time of writing the open beta for the latest smartphone is not available for download and there is no mention of the same on company’s official forum. But it seems that the brand could soon roll out the first Beta build for the latest Android Oreo. So, stay tuned to us for further details.
Interestingly, OnePlus has recently rolled out Android Oreo update for its OnePlus 5 smartphone. The company confirmed that the OxygenOS 5.0, which is based on Android Oreo, is reaching OnePlus 5 users. Users can check for the latest update by going to Settings > System updates. The latest update brings a host of new updates including Parallel Apps feature that allow users to create multiple accounts for apps such as Facebook and WhatsApp.
Then there is a new design for quick settings and lift up display. The company has also added new ‘adaptive model’ screen calibration and the update also brings the latest December security patch as well. OnePlus 5 users will also get history feature in Calculator and alarm calendar feature in Clock.
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The update also brings optimisations for Shelf and one can upload a photo through Shot on OnePlus. The camera comes with a new UI design along with beauty effect for Portrait Mode and Places tab for viewing photos on a map. Apart from this, users will get all the major Android Oreo features including picture-in-picture mode, auto-fill feature, notification dots, smart text selections and more.