Although OnePlus is not a particularly an experienced firm given its relatively short existence, the company is perhaps one of the best in software updates. OnePlus often focuses on making them fast and effective, fixing existing bugs if any.
Another proof of the importance of the software for the manufacturer is the OxygenOS Open Beta, which is used for testing the latest versions of its personalization layer. In this way, all interested users have the possibility to test the novelties that in the future will arrive of official form. Now, it looks like the firm just released the latest version of this beta software.
OxygenOS Open Beta, improvements and innovations
OnePlus has just pushed the latest OxygenOS Open Beta update to its latest flagship OnePlus 3 and 3T, which is loaded with new features and software enhancements. This is, in particular, the fourth version of the test program, and can be downloaded by any user of these phones.
Apparently, in the OxygenOS Open Beta 4, the Chinese company has included a significant number of new features, although the one that stands out above all is the new launcher. The application box and the general interface both have been redesigned, although this is just the tip of the iceberg.
In addition, the Beta update brings support for Android 7.1.1 Nougat shortcuts, improvements in electronic image stabilization while recording videos and latency of onscreen taps. In addition, OxygenOS also incorporates an Automatic Night Mode and the so-called Secure Box for file encryption.
In general, various software bugs and general bugs that users have previously encountered have also been fixed. If you want to see a complete list of all the new features in the OxygenOS Open Beta 4, you can consult the official page of OnePlus.