As Google geared up to move on from Android 10, most smartphone manufacturers saw the opportunity to revamp their UIs. Android 11 is ready to take over where its predecessor left and the improved UI support will prove a bonus. However, in isolation itself, the new UIs bring lots of features and new feel to the phone. MIUI 12 has been touted to give a more premium and convenient touch to MI devices. OnePlus released HydrogenOS 11/OxygenOS 11 a couple of months ago, too. Now this is one brand that hardly disappoints its customer base and they continued the same track record. OnePlus 8T was launched this past week and we found the company was quick to roll out a new update. The latest update brings the exciting Canvas AOD wallpaper feature to OnePlus 8 series.
Canvas AOD and major optimizations part of OnePlus 8T’s new update
OnePlus 8T is a desirable and fancy offering without any second thoughts. It sports an impressive quad-camera setup, 120 Hz Refresh Rate featuring Fluid AMOLED screen and Adreno 650 GPU. Snapdragon 865 SoC adds to the mix and with the new OxygenOS 11, this phone proudly wears the true flagship DNA. The new update weighs about 355 MBs. Along with a few minor fixes, there are some noticeable optimizations. The camera’s white-balance has been enhanced. Additionally, the Night Balance now provides greater aid with video recording. OnePlus with this update have also tried to tweak the power consumption for the better. This is owing to the new and commendable Canvas AOD feature of the device. In short, this early OxygenOS 18.104.22.168 KB05BA update does a big favor to the OnePlus T and fellow OnePlus 8s.
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