The OxygenOS 11 interface based on Android 11 officially lands in a stable version on the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. Other smartphones will quickly also be affected.
The stable version of Android 11 was launched in early September by Google and rolled out to the US giant's Pixel smartphones. For other manufacturers, things are necessarily slower. However, OnePlus proves once again that it is a model student when it comes to major Android updates. Indeed, the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro are already starting to benefit from OxygenOS 11 in a stable version.
OxygenOS 11: faster and smoother
As a reminder, OxygenOS 11 is OnePlus’s home interface based on Android 11. It was available since September as a public beta. Here it is now ready in its stable version. In a blog post published on the brand's forums, we learn that the deployment on the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro starts from today, Saturday October 10, 2020.
We've heard your voice – whether positive or negative – and cleared bugs and improved overall stability, giving users a fast and smooth experience, in a new, but familiar OxygenOS.
Among the new features highlighted, OnePlus evokes a more comfortable design, a redesigned interface for the weather, more granularity in the game mode options, more customizations for the Always-on display and a shortcut for dark mode in the quick settings panel (finally!).
More OnePlus smartphones to come
If you own a OnePlus 8 or OnePlus 8 Pro, then you can already start monitoring your system updates to install OxygenOS 11 as soon as the interface is available to you.
For others, note that OxygenOS 11 will be available soon on the following devices:
Remember also that the OnePlus 8T will be announced in a few days.