OxygenOS Beta Released for OnePlus 7T Series


The OxygenOS Beta update has released for OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro. Along with this, July security patch is now available to this series.

OnePlus has rolled out the new OxygenOS beta version for its OnePlus 7T series. After this update, users will get the facility of many new and special features in OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro smartphones. Also, the interface of the smartphone will also look changed. Along with the new update, the company has also released the July Security Patch 2020 for these smartphones which will make the device more secure than before.

New Features in OxygenOS Beta

After the new OxygenOS Open Beta updates to OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro, these smartphones will add many special features. These include optimize adaptive brightness curve, backlight brightness softener, improved user experience, double tap screen bug fixes, automatic pull-down bug fixes, split time, and stopwatch, etc. Apart from this, some users also had complaints about the message notification. Now the company has fixed this bug with new updates. Now users will get the facility of wireless alarm notifications.

OxygenOS Open Beta OnePlus 7T

If you are OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro users then you will have received notifications for new updates. If you have not yet received the notification, you can also check manually. To manually check, you have to go to the settings of your smartphone and you will get the update information by clicking on the software update given in the settings.

OnePlus Nord

By the way, having said this, OnePlus is expected to launch its affordable smartphone, OnePlus Nord, on 21 July in the Indian market including the global market. This smartphone will be available on exclusive Amazon in India. Prior to the launch, the company will start pre-booking of this smartphone from July 15. Users can pre-book the phone by paying 499 rupees. This smartphone will launch with Qualcomm Snapdragon 756 processor and will be provided with a triple rear camera setup for photography with LED flash. It will have a refresh rate of 90Hz.

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