Android 10 Released for OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro

Android 10 Released for OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro

A few days after the release of the second beta version of Android 10, OnePlus apparently decided to upgrade Android 10 to OnePlus. The 7 and 7 Pro are ready for primetime. As we speak, a phased deployment is underway, which will be expanded if there are no issues in the coming days.

Changelog below for Android 10 update:

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  • system
  • Updated to Android 10
  • new user interface design
  • Improved location permission for privacy
  • New Customization feature in Settings allows you to choose the size of icons to be displayed in Quick Settings
  • full screen speed
  • Add a swipe from the left or right edge of the screen to go back
  • Add navigation bar at the bottom to allow switch left or right on the last application
  • space game
  • The new Game Room feature now brings all your favorite games together in one place for easy access and a better gaming experience
  • intelligent screen
  • Smart information based on time, location and certain events for close views (Settings – Screen – Next screen – Smart screen)
  • message
  • It is possible to block spam for messages (messages – spam – settings – block settings)
  • Apart from many of the usual Android 10 features (which you can review here), the OnePlus update also includes the new Game Spaces app to better manage your mobile gaming experience in one place. There are more settings to customize the appearance of your cell phone, which now includes a clock on the lock screen, plus a system one. Upcoming Calendar Events This isn’t the environmental canvas people always ask for, but it is a step in that direction.

    Overall, other highlighted changes are mirrored in Android 10, including settings for managing app permissions and notifications, and easily exchanging Wi-Fi credentials with QR codes.

    The update hasn’t appeared on Android Police on any of our devices yet, but according to the company’s official announcement, it’s in a limited edition for now. Those who haven’t, need to get it “in a few days” as OnePlus confirms that everything works as expected.

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