It looks like the Chinese manufacturer is always on it’s A game always creating great devices, optimized hardware and especially releasing important software updates. This month OnePlus finally launched the OxygenOS 4.0 OS beta which has been build around Google’s latest Android 7.0 Nougat OS.
Usually all major tech companies have their own OS interface, but OnePlus’s OxygenOS is an entire different story. The custom operating system makes the device’s interface completely customizable and it gives the OnePlus Android powered devices a completely new feel. Right now we will go over the latest OxygenOS features that are included in the beta version.
Fans have been asking for more multi-tasking abilities for a while now and the latest OxygenOS update has the perfect answer for that. OnePlus 3 devices will now be able to open two apps side by side, and all the user has to do is to long press an app icon and choose the option to multi task.
Worth mentioning is that not every app is viable with this feature, but all apps will be update in the future.
Because OxygenOS is built around Android 7.0 Nougat, the operating system will use most of Nougat’s features and one of the most popular feature is the new notifications panel.
Notifications can now be expanded and users can even reply to a notification such as text message straight from the notification panel.
The OnePlus 3 has received some flack in the past for its performances but now, the latest OxygenOS takes care of that problem. Even though the beta has been released for only a few days, user feedback showed that there aren’t any performance issues.
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