After the release of the first Android 10-based Oxygen OS Open Beta earlier this month and another update to squash a few bugs a few days ago, OnePlus have now begun rolling out a stable build of the Android 10-based OxygenOS update for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro.
As per the changelog, this firmware adds a new UI, enhanced location permissions, and new customization feature in Settings. It also adds a new feature called Game Space, where users can quickly access their games and game modes such as Fanatic mode and Graphic optimization. All of these features can be clubbed in and accessed from one place. The new update also adds the option of using gestures to let you let swipe inwards from the left or right edge of the display to go back.
As of right now, OxygenOS10 is rolling out in a systematize manner and only a few users will be able to access the new build. This is done to collect feedback and to fix any bugs in the process. A larger rollout will take place in the next few days if there are no real issues.
Here is the full changelog of OxygenOS10:
Full Screen Gestures
Stay tuned for more announcements and news regarding OnePlus as the company launches the OnePlus 7T on September 26.