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OnePlus announces new stable and beta updates for the 7T and 7/7 Pro respectively

OnePlus has new software updates for some of its phones. (Source: Business Insider)
OnePlus has new software updates for some of its phones. (Source: Business Insider)
OnePlus is now rolling OxygenOS 10.0.5 out for 7T users on this OEM's 'stable' update channel. There is also an Open Beta analog for the same. Those who own the 7 or 7 Pro and participate in this program also have a new build to try out.

OnePlus has released OxygenOS 10.0.5 for one of its newest phones, the 7T. However, its immediate predecessors have not been left out either: the 7 and 7 Pro also now has access to its latest test build (Open Beta 5). However, those who own the Pro variant may be the ones to see it first as the OEM has reported that it still needs to fix issues with the 7's version.

OxygenOS 10.0.5, an official stable update, has a relatively short changelog. The OEM claims that it fixes a bug with the OS' double-tap feature that wakes a locked screen in this model. The 7T also gets general stability improvements and the October 2019 security patch with this update.

Open Beta 5, on the other hand, contains rather more new or optimized features. They include improvements for adaptive brightness and touch experience during gameplay. The update also adds privacy-focused notifications for applications with permissions related to personal data or security (the camera or location sensors, for example) turned on.

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-11- 7 (Update: 2019-11- 8)