They are rapidly approaching toward Android 12’s official launch, however a few telephones are still in line for last year’s software. OnePlus has focused on updating its later gadgets to Android 11, yet it’s at long last directed its attention to its 2018 flagships. In case you’re burnt out on sitting tight for a steady update, the main OxygenOS 11 open beta is currently available for the OnePlus 6 and 6T.
This beta is really showing up a month earlier than at first promised, however it’s very late contrasted with the competition. As you would expect, this is a beefy update for OnePlus 6 and 6T owners. Not exclusively does OxygenOS 11 game an all-new look, however this particular beta brings along the long-awaited ambient display feature. Dim mode currently has an shortcut in the Quick Settings panel, the Shelf and camera get new UIs, and Game Space adds a vivid gaming experience.
Alongside those OnePlus-specific tweaks, this software includes all of Android 11’s different upgrades, including further developed security and privacy tools and support for conversations. You can look at the total (and extremely extensive) rundown of changes over at OnePlus’ forums.
Sadly, there’s no plan for when a stable Android 11 build may be prepared for ready for owners of either phone. In the event that you wouldn’t fret the chance of bugs and unexpected crashes, head over to the forums post to snatch the correct ZIP file for your device. Simply remember that rollback files for Android 10 will not be available until tomorrow.