OnePlus has been working on getting better and better on the smartphone market, and it’s proving year by year that they had improved. If last year OnePlus 5T was one of the company’s high devices, now OnePlus 6T is receiving a lot of positive feedback. OnePlus has shown that it has the best mid-range devices on the market, with value and quality provided to the consumers. The company has provided timely updates, Stock Android, and value of the products for the consumers’ money. With these critical factors, OnePlus has a success algorithm. So if you want to know everything we have on OnePlus 6T, stay with us.
OnePlus 6T Update – The update for OnePlus 6T was the OxygenOS open Beta 2 OTA update. This update is now rolled out globally, and it’s based on Android Pie. OxygenOS Open Beta 2 OTA update comes with many bug fixes and some new features for the software.
- The System – the screen brightness control has been improved, and the color adaptation for the navigation bar is upgraded too. Also, you can confirm the pin without tapping the √.
- The Phone – India is the first one that is receiving the caller identification feature. Also, the UI for Call History is now improved.
- The Gallery – these features were added: create a collection of photos, copy, and move pictures. The design and illustrations on blank pages are new, and some bug fixes were made for good user experience.
- The Launcher – the UI for tags in the app drawer was improved, and recommended tools in Toolbox were added.
To sum up, OnePlus 6T is not the only one that is being updated. From some news, we have found out that OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T will get Android Pie update from the current Android 8.0. If OnePlus 3T will be updated again, that means that the device is getting three years of Android updates just like the company has promised. On the other hand, OnePlus 6T will come with Android 9.0 and maybe sooner than we expect, it will receive the Android Q.
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