OnePlus introduced OxygenOS 11 based on developer preview 3, brings AOD, and visual changes 

OxygenOS 11 - Feature Image

OnePlus has released the biggest changes to its OxygenOS based on the latest developer preview 3 released by Android. The new update is announced is currently available for OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro users. The new Preview brings a range of visual changes, along with much-awaited AOD (Always-on Display) feature introduced on Android 11. Let’s talk about the changes below. 

OnePlus OxygenOS 11 – Developer Preview 3 

The all-new update comes after the much-awaited tease by the brand on its social platforms. Speaking about the changeling, the visual changes include weather app, launcher, gallery, and notes. The new preview build is supposed to offer a better layout for a more comfortable and convenient one-handed operation. 

The most exciting feature is the always-on display, which brings 11 new clock styles along with it. For live wallpaper enthusiasts, OxygenOS now adheres to the standards of changing live wallpapers according to the time of the day. 

Moving to the tiny titbits, a New OnePlus Sans font is introduced for better readability. The company has said to optimised the dark mode, including the ability to automatically turn on and off and a shortcut in Quick Settings. 

Further, 3 new Zen Mode themes, more timing options, and new Group feature to let you experience Zen Mode with your friends, are also introduced. The New Gallery function that automatically creates a weekly story based on your photos and videos, brings a fun new way to see your memories.  

Known Issues that has been fixed now:

  1. Some third-party applications may not function as expected
  2. System stability issues
  3. Network stability issues in some scenarios

Access the details and download links for Android 11 Developer Preview Program by clicking HERE 

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