The OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro receive the Android Q update
Google released Android Q a few weeks ago, with the latest iteration making its way to Google's Pixel lineup and a select few phones like the Essential PH-1. OnePlus isn't far off the mark either, as the company has now announced the release of the Android Q-based OxygenOS 10 for its current-gen devices, the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro.
Big features and changes include a UI redesign, enhanced location permissions, improved navigation gestures, and a New Game Space. All other Android Q features should also be present.
As is customary with these things, the OTA will be a staged rollout. It will be pushed to a limited number of devices today, and to a wider audience over the next couple of days. Unless, of course, some critical bugs are discovered. The rollout is also a random one and not region-based.
It's impressive that OnePlus has been able to send out the update this early, even ahead of traditionally quick OEMs like Sony.
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