OnePlus 8, 8 Pro get OxygenOS 11 design and features with Android 11 Developer Preview 3
Last month OnePlus released Android 11 Developer Preview 2 for the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro, and now the company has released Developer Preview 3 for its 2020 flagships, which brings along the new design and features of OxygenOS 11 to the OnePlus 8 duo.
In addition to the new design and features of OxygenOS 11, Android 11 Developer Preview 3 also brings new OnePlus Sans font, optimized dark mode, and a new Group feature for the Zen Mode. You can check out the list of key updates below:
- New visual design (including Weather app, Launcher, Gallery, Notes)
- New layout for more comfortable and convenient one-handed operation
- Always-on display function, including 11 new clock styles
- Live wallpaper that changes according to the time of day
- New OnePlus Sans font that improves readability
- Optimized Dark Mode, including the ability to automatically turn on and off and a shortcut in Quick Settings
- 3 new Zen Mode themes, more timing options, and new Group feature to let you experience Zen Mode with your friends
- New Gallery function that automatically creates a weekly story based on your photos and videos
Since this a developer build, it comes with its fair share of known issues, that are listed below:
- Some third-party applications may not function as expected
- System stability issues
- Network stability issues in some scenarios
The Android 11 Developer Preview 3 is intended for developers and early adopters having experience in flashing custom ROMs, and it's best avoided on your primary phones since it may not be as stable as the official builds.
If you still want to proceed with the installation to get a taste of Android 11 and OxygenOS 11, you can head over to the Source link below for more instructions.
- 13 Aug 2020
Everyone mocked Samsung for One UI. Still do! I am sure, gonna love this from oneplus. Only 1% of back lash. Ridiculous. Never liked oneplus
- 12 Aug 2020
1.OnePlus is the only Chinese manufacturer that (theoretically) doesn't alter Android much. 2. Naïve customer (me), who wants a nearly stock Android phone, bites the bait and gets an OnePlus 8 Pro. 3. Naïve customer (me) realizes that Oxyge...
- 12 Aug 2020
If OneUI and iOS 14 had a baby