For proprietors of OnePlus 7 and 7T series phones, the wait for the Android 11-based OxygenOS 11 update has been endless. Recently we got one stage nearer, however, as OnePlus released the third Open Beta for the upcoming software release, including a pair of identical changelogs loaded with bug-fixes and bringing us one bit nearer to a steady release.
Among the included changes are a fix for HD video playback in Netflix, improved charging speeds in specific conditions, AptX Bluetooth audio fixes, and better Wi-Fi dependability. OnePlus additionally noticed that there’s as of now a bug with the always-on display feature that builds power consumption past what you’d expect when it’s enabled, but a fix is expected in an upcoming release.
The organization likewise takes note of that the update isn’t yet accessible for the OnePlus 7 or 7T, however they will “follow shortly.”
The fresher OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro series likewise got another Open Beta update with a smaller changelog, including February security patches and a couple minor enhancements.
OnePlus has just a vague schedule for when a Stable OxygenOs 11 release will land for the 7 and 7T series. The phones initially ran into a data decryption issue which postponed development toward the finish of a year ago, however we’re gradually drawing nearer with each Open Beta release. Simply recently, the OnePlus Nord got its Android 11 update, and older OnePlus phones got a somewhat early taste of OxygenOS 11 by means of the launcher update that turned out back in January.
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