Chinese manufacturer OnePlus has begun rolling out the update for OxygenOS 10, a custom user interface that the company has implemented over Android 10. The first smartphones to receive the stable version of the update are OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7 – in some markets. , users are already receiving the OTA (Over-the-Air) update on their device.
The Top 5 also features OnePlus 7 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 9 and Redmi K20 Pro.
In addition to the arrival of everything that comes with the latest version of Google's operating system, OxygenOS brings a whole new interface design. On the functionality side, OnePlus worked on improving location permissions to ensure more security and privacy for users.
The settings screen has also gained a new customization feature, allowing you to choose the format of icons that will be displayed in the Quick Settings. The navigation gestures were slightly modified, with the back function being activated by sliding the finger from the right or left corner of the screen.
A navigation bar at the bottom of the screen has also been added, allowing for a faster multitasking experience. By swiping it right or left, you can readily minimize the current app and open the app to the left or right of your current one on the multitasking screen.
OxygenOS 10 even comes with Game Space, a space that brings all your favorite games together in one place. The system also comes with Smart Display, which brings more complex information to the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro environment screen. This includes displaying certain locations, times, and events on the Ambient Display. In addition, the ability to block keyword-based spam messages has been added.
Via: XDA Developers
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