OnePlus has been collecting user feedback through its IDEAS 2.0 initiative and the its final round got over recently.

In the second round of OnePlus IDEAS 2.0, we saw many several feature suggestions that the OEM adopted while some got rejected as well.


Suggestions like dual media playback and app specific volume control, lock screen customization, and PC to OnePlus device wireless file transfer were accepted by the OEM.

However, pixel shifting to prevent screen burn-in, customizable battery charging level, and dual Bluetooth audio were not adopted.

Moreover, the back tap gestures feature from iOS is under consideration which means the OEM might add similar feature to the future OxygenOS builds.


Now, the third and final round of OnePlus IDEAS 2.0 has brought seven new feature suggestions from users that might make it to OxygenOS.

This time, feature suggestions like Notification Ring around the front camera punch hole, Fingerprint Customization, and image processing improvements are selected.

Apart from these, users are demanding the OnePlus Dialer app instead of Google Dialer, notification count badges, navigation bar customization, and animations while connecting and pairing with other devices.


All these suggestions are being reviewed by OnePlus developers and it is possible that some or all these feature requests might be added to the future OxygenOS builds.

The final decision still depends on the developers and the result is scheduled to announced on November 16, 2020.

Users will have to wait patiently to know which of these feature suggestions will be selected by OnePlus developers until the given date.


That said, we will keep tracking this for further development and will provide more details once new information becomes available.

In the meantime, you can check out our OnePlus Android 11 (OxygenOS 11) update tracker to get the latest updates on the topic.

Moreover, it is possible that some or all the aforementioned features might come out with the future OxygenOS 11 updates.

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