Although it’s been quite a while since Google released Android 8.0 Oreo, smartphone manufacturers are yet to update their existing flagship models. If you own OnePlus 5 however, you’ll be glad to know that the Chinese manufacturer has started to bring some Android Oreo features to the company’s flagship device.
The latest news comes thanks to an announcement made earlier by the company’s Community manager. He turned to OnePlus Forums to reveal the changelog of the beta build. The changelog reads,
- Updated to Android O (8.0)
- Added Picture in Picture
- Added Auto-fill
- Added Smart text selection
- New Quick Settings design
- Added Parallel Apps
- Updated security patch to October
- Added notification dots
- New app folder design
- Now able to upload photos directly to Shot on OnePlus
This latest announcement comes after earlier this month, OnePlus announced that Android Oreo beta will be coming to the device soon. While at the time, rumors suggested that the upcoming update will feature OnePlus 5T’s Face Unlock feature, it didn’t arrive with the built. However, you can go here to be part of the beta program if you want to know how the upcoming OS will be like.
Earlier last week, the company started rolling out open beta program for OxygenOS 5.0 to OnePlus 3.0 and 3T users.