OnePlus’ latest OxygenOS 11 skin based on Android 11 was released a couple of weeks back. Now, their Product Design team is eager to listen to your OxygenOS 11 feedback on how to make your experience even better.

Oxygen OS’ latest iteration has made a significant departure from OnePlus’ past design ethos.

The new skin has been compared a lot with One UI, mostly since they both make use of headers that occupy a huge area on the top of the display, designed to make one-handed use easier.


That is not the only change, however, as there are numerous other design updates as well. Some of them include a brand new quick settings panel, updated app layouts, a brand new Always-on Display and much more.

However, not everyone was happy with this design choice of OnePlus, with several critics calling it out for its departure from stock Android.

The stock Android-like experience is one of the prime reasons many consumers buy OnePlus phones.

OxygenOS 11 redesigned Weather app

OnePlus seems to have been actively paying attention to critics and various users though, and in turn, has decided to collectively take all the feedback in the form of a survey and a Zoom call.

If you are interested then visit this link to take a look at the forum or this if you directly want to sign-up and give the survey.

You may also opt for the online in-depth interview through a Zoom call that will commence from between October 31 and November 7.

Many complaints have also being doing rounds pertaining to OxygenOS 11, and it seems that OnePlus wants to have these issues addressed in a single place, at least from actual users.


All this is a great move by OnePlus and shows how much they value feedback. It is also a golden opportunity for users to highlight the issues they have been facing with OxygenOS 11 till now.

OnePlus made a similar move earlier and answered some of the most frequently asked questions regarding bugs and issues that have come along with the Android 11 update. You can read about that story here.

Also, in case you do not wish to deal with the bugs introduced with the OxygenOS 11 update, OnePlus now gives you the option to roll back to OxygenOS 10 on the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. More details here.

That being said, if you got some OxygenOS 11 feedback, then feel free to drop a comment down below. Also, keep an eye on our OnePlus Android 11 update tracker to know when your device gets the new OS.

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