The onset of Android 11 promises to bring newer updates and a breath of fresh air to OS systems on many smartphones. A couple of days back Samsung released its pre-beta version of One UI 3.0. Next in line is OnePlus closely chasing the Korean giant in revealing the update for its Hydrogen OS 11 which like the One UI will be based on Android 11. August 10th is supposed to be the day when OnePlus releases its Hydrogen OS 11 in China.
We would like to remind you that the Hydrogen OS is only available in the Chinese market and carries no Google Play services, as obvious. Around the world OnePlus ships its devices with the popular counterpart; Oxygen OS. The news of this update from China also has OnePlus users around other parts of the world excited, who are now looking forward to the facelift version of Oxygen OS 11.
Last time around, OnePlus users had polled in for the brand to bring in the much-talked always-on display (AOD). If OnePlus should pursue this gamble with their new Hydrogen OS 11 update, it would win-over the customer’s hearts, once again. According to Weibo, the update will be broadcasted live on the official site of Station B, Weibo, Kuan and OnePlus, courtesy the current pandemic situation. It would be interesting to see if both Hydrogen and Oxygen OS should get the same cosmetic changes made to the UI once updated, something only time will tell.
OnePlus’ latest offerings, the Nord and One Plus 8 both have done the brand’s reputation no harm and these updates would only add to the charm of these devices. The rumours of OnePlus 8T have also been catching up and it is safe to say that the company is ready for a busy 2020 ahead.
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