OxygenOS Open Beta based on Android Oreo rolling out for OnePlus 3 and 3T

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Smartphone manufacturers are working with the Android Oreo 8.0to push the operating system into their chosen devices. As far as we know, OnePlus is almost there with the Android Oreo for their flagship killer smartphones OnePlus 3, 3T and 5. Now, the Beta users of OnePlus’ OxygenOS based on Android have already started receiving Android Oreo unstable update.

The Android Oreo was under development at OnePlus ever since the Google had announced the Android Version back in this year’s I/O Conference. The company has already released a private Beta program for selected users, and now the same goes public. Through the OnePlus Official forum, the OEM has just announced that the OTA update for OnePlus 3 and 3T users have begun, but only for early Beta users. The Beta program for the OxyegnOS was there since the company’s very beginning, which mostly unstable and does not deliver stable releases. Any OnePlus 3/3T user with Android Nougat based OxygenOS users can now upgrade to Oreo. Normal users would require waiting longer for getting the stable update, or they can move to the Beta using the ROM provided on their website.

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Here is the complete changelog for the OxygenOS Open Beta 25/16 for the OnePlus 3/3T :

 

  • System changes
    • Update to Android O (8.0)
      • Added Picture in Picture
      • Added Auto-fill
      • Added Smart text selection
      • New Quick Settings design
      • September security patch
  • Launcher changes
    • Added Notification dots in Launcher
    • Added OnePlus account login for access to Shot on OnePlus
      • Now able to upload photos directly to Shot on OnePlus through wallpapers

There are also several bugs enlisted by the OEM:

  • Slow fingerprint scanning
  • Lacking Google Photos Shortcut
  • Unstable NFC and Bluetooth
  • Performance and Compatibility issue on several 3rd party apps

 

Source OnePlus Forum

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