Toward the start of July, OnePlus released the first beta of OxygenOS 11 dependent on Android 11 for the OnePlus 6 and 6T, in front of its guaranteed plan. The phones got two resulting beta updates, the last of them having carried out only a few days prior.
It seems as though this form served as a kind of ‘release candidate’ since today OnePlus is declaring the rollout of the finalized, stable Android 11 update for these two phones. The rollout will, as usual, start small. Just a limited number of gadgets will get the update today, and there will be a more extensive distribution in a few days after the organization ensures there are no critical bugs.
In any case, in a few days, this will go out to all OnePlus 6 and 6T units out there in the wild. So regardless of whether you weren’t sufficiently daring to test the beta, you’re at long last going to get Android 11 on your phone very soon.
The changelog is broad, as you’d anticipate from a major Android version jump like this one. The new form accompanies a new UI design, a lot of enhancements to Game Space (counting a quick reply feature in a small window for Instagram, WhatsApp, and Telegram), another camera UI, another Insight Clock for the Ambient Display, a Dark Mode Quick Settings shortcut, custom times for automatically enabling and disabling Dark Mode, and a new Shelf design with a smarter animation effect for the weather widget.