If you have been following the mobile industry for more than a short while, you might remember a time when OnePlus only released one or two phones a year. Those days are clearly over, and the company’s exuberance lately has had a number of different results, including a general state of confusion about the differences between specific products and a totally unexpected wave of software updates pouring in around the world as we speak.
While the changelogs aren’t 100 percent identical, you can get a good idea of what’s to come by looking at the following list of new features, additions, improvements, and UI tweaks, which seems to be the most complete of the bunch:
• Adds Aquamorphic Design theme colors to enhance visual comfort.
• Apply the Aquamorphic design philosophy to animation to make it natural and lively.
• Adds a Shadow-Reflective Clock, with a shadow that simulates the direction of the sun and moon.
• Adds a world clock widget to the home screen to show the time in different time zones.
• Upgrades to Quantum Animation Engine 4.0, with a new behavior recognition feature, which recognizes complex gestures and provides improved interactions.
• Improves user interface layers for a clearer and neater visual experience.
• Applying realistic physical movements to animations to make them look more natural and intuitive.
• Improved widget design to make finding information easier and faster.
• Improved fonts for better readability.
• Improved system icons with the latest color scheme to make the icons easier to recognize.
• Enriches and improves illustrations of features by incorporating multicultural and inclusive elements.
• Add large folders to the home screen. Now you can open an application in a maximized folder with just one click and turn pages in the folder with one click.
• Adds a new type of permanent display that shows live information about music, rides, and food delivery. (Supports some apps only)
• Adds media playback control, and improves the Quick Settings experience.
• Adds more markup tools for screenshot editing.
• Added support for adding widgets to the home screen, making the display of information more personalized.
• Adds a sidebar toolbox. You can open a floating window within the apps for smooth operation.
• Improves rack. Swiping down on the home screen brings up the shelf by default. You can search the content online and on your device.
• Improves earphone connectivity to deliver a smoother experience.
• Improved Bitmoji to provide more always-on animations.
• Improved Insight Always-On Display, with more customized Always-On Display settings available.
• Improves the Portrait Silhouette Always-On Display, with more drawing tools and font colors available.
secretariat & amp; Privacy
• Adds automatic pixelation feature for chat screenshots. The system can automatically identify and cut profile pictures and display names in a chat screenshot to protect your privacy.
• Improves your security. Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is used to encrypt all files to improve the security of private files.
Digital health and wellbeing
• Adds space for children. When you’re in Kid Space, your browser app automatically switches to Kids mode to create a kid-friendly space.
• Adds distance from phone, ambient light, and posture reminders in children’s space.
• Adds eye relief in children’s space to protect children’s vision.
improve the performance
• Added a dynamic computing engine to improve system speed, stability, battery life, and application experience.
As always, not all users in all countries are looking for a simultaneous update as the OnePlus 8, 8 Pro and 8T are currently being treated to the highly anticipated OS promotion only in India and North America. Meanwhile, of course, the OnePlus 9R, 9RT, and 10R are region-specific devices anyway, which allows the company to make all of its owners happy more quickly.
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