OnePlus Seeds The Last Open Beta Update For OnePlus 5 & OnePlus 5T

OnePlus 5T

OnePlus 5T

OnePlus has been on an OxygenOS update spree and the streak continues with the OxygenOS Open Beta 35 and Open Beta 33 for the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T smartphones. The new features with this update include ability to adjust the FPS (frames per second) in video recording, some improvements to the phone app and some much improved features to the weather app.

The OnePlus 5 and the OnePlus 5T were unveiled in 2017 with some interesting features, the OnePlus 5 was the first smartphone from the company to support a dual camera setup, whereas, the OnePlus 5T was the first device with taller 18:9 aspect ratio display instead of 16:9 aspect ratio display. You won't be able to open any apps, make calls and more except for making emergency contacts. Lastly, users can now rearrange or delete weather cards for multiple cities by tapping and holding them. The weather feature has also been improved, with improvements to the scrolling experience for switching between pages, weather cards can now be rearranged or deleted by tapping or holding on them, optimised user experience while app permission to access Global Positioning System location is disabled.

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With the update, the company has also made some other changes like better animation for switching between pages, improved experience with searching for contacts and optimised Quick Responses for declined calls. Moreover, users can now edit quick responses as well.

Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has now started rolling out a new update to it's last year's flagship smartphones the OnePlus 6 and the OnePlus 6T. Needless to say, since this is a beta OS, users could still face some bugs and it might not be stable. Moving back to the final version will require you to wipe clean your handset.

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