OnePlus 7T & 7T Pro OxygenOS Open Beta 3 update with April patch, camera lens dirt detection & more released (Download link inside)
Android OEMs have really stepped up their game when it comes to pushing out updates to their devices. Today, it is not uncommon to receive an update on your device as these have become very commonplace.
Earlier today, we saw OnePlus release OxygenOS Open Beta 13 update for the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro. Sticking with the same pace, the company is rolling out OxygenOS Open Beta 3 for the OnePlus 7T and the OnePlus 7T Pro.
This update packs a bunch of new goodies along with a bump in the Android security patch level. This update brings with it the April 2020 security patch and other improvements highlighted in the following update changelog.
Optimized the volume adjustment to improve user experience
Added the missing recording icon in-call screen
Updated Android security patch to 2020.04
Fixed known issues and improved system stability
Added the ringing duration info for missed calls
Now you can switch your mobile data on phone calls supported with VoLTE
Added a feature which can now detect dirt on the camera lens, prompting a quick cleanup for better image and video quality
This Beta build of OxygenOS will roll out to users of the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro who are on the Beta channel. This is pre-release software and you might not want to install it on your primary device. Such builds are known for having serious bugs and are usually unstable.
However, if you are the adventurous type and you feel like taking this pre-release software out for a spin, then below are the download links.
- Device: OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro
- Channel: Global (India) Open Beta
- Version: OxygenOS 10
- Android: 10
Prior to this build, the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro received the Open Beta 2 for OxygenOS 10 sometime back in March.
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