OnePlus has already introduced its Open Beta 9 version, which experienced a great success. After the successful acceptation of Open Beta 9, OnePlus is all set to release an upgraded version, Open Beta 10. The company saying that it’s an update to the previous one in terms of better WiFi experience and better battery performance.
OnePlus some days ago, promised that it will launch the updates to Android 7.0 Nougat for both the OnePlus 3 and the One Plus 3T. But the company is releasing another Beta Nougat build for the OnePlus 3 instead of updating Android 7.0.
If you’ve Open Beta 9 on your handset, you’ll receive an over-the-air update to the new Open Beta 10. But for someone coming off a clean version of UI, they’d need to sideload ADB. Open Beta 10 is coming with lot many features which includes, the better quality of screenshots taken from your device in the expanded mode and much faster fingerprint unlocking facility.
Moreover, it comes with Data Saver added, improved Wi-Fi performance, a fix for reverting to the default theme after reboot. The new update also comes with fixed lock screen clock bug in portrait mode and the system performance is also optimized at a great extent.
Furthermore, the company is still sticking to its previous promise of launching the Android Nougat 7.0 based OxygenOS update before the year ends. But it seems quite impossible for the OnePlus, since they have to wait for the feedback upon Beta 10 and it will take time to incorporate necessary changes to the Open Beta 10.
The company in their official blog wrote that they are looking forward for the feedbacks for making the OxygenOS Open Beta 10 more better.