OnePlus pushing out new beta updates to the OnePlus 3/3T and 5/5T

OnePlus pushing out new beta updates to the OnePlus 3/3T and 5/5T
OnePlus may not take some of the best decisions sometimes, but when it comes to support, it does everything in its power to deliver on its promises and more. It listens to customer feedback and implements everything it considers worthy via regular updates.

The latest open beta updates for OnePlus 3/3T and 5/5T bring a lot of improvements and optimizations meant to further enhance user experience. Although some of the changes included in these updates are common, the OnePlus 5 and 5T duo benefit from a long list of improvements than the previous models.

If you own either the OnePlus 5 or the 5T, you'll be getting a few new options that will allow you to disable/enable some features, as well as various optimizations:

System
  • Added disable peek notifications option for Do Not Disturb(DND) preferences (Settings - Alert slider - Do not disturb)
  • Added disable peek notifications option in reading mode (Settings - Display - Reading mode)
  • Optimized PIN code confirmation process (Settings - Security & lock screen - Screen lock – PIN)
  • Optimized sleep standby power consumption (Settings - Battery - Battery optimization - Advanced optimization)
OnePlus Switch
  • UI improvements
  • Improved support for application data migration
  • General bug fixes and stability improvements
File Manager
  • Now able to manage Parallel Apps files

OnePlus 3 and 3T owners are getting a few of the changes mentioned above with one exception related to the camera UI.

OnePlus Switch
  • UI improvements
  • Improved support for application data migration
  • General bug fixes and stability improvements
File Manager
  • Now able to manage Parallel Apps files
Camera
  • New Camera UI design
For the time being, these changes are pushed out via open beta updates, so it will take a while until everyone gets them. Obviously, anyone can download these open beta updates, but they're not always bug-free, so keep that in mind.

source: OnePlus (1, 2)

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2 Comments

1. antroid

Posts: 372; Member since: Jan 24, 2018

Although it's just a beta, I'm impressed how OnePlus keeps deliver timely updates to their older devices.

2. michaelny2001

Posts: 322; Member since: Aug 01, 2012

it's not a beta, it's final. I have already installed in my OP3

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