OnePlus Starts Rolling Out the Custom Android Pie Version, OxygenOS 9

OnePlus is one of the best companies when it comes to pro-user support and software updates. Despite the fact that the company is running OxygenOS on their devices, this custom Android-based OS is updated in a quick manner. Keeping things on schedule, OnePlus has started rolling out the latest version of OxygenOS to OnePlus 6. It is called the OxygenOS 9.0 and is based on Android v9 Pie. It should be noted that OnePlus is offering a near-stock Android experience, with some additional features, which are often suggested by the existing user community. The OxygenOS 9.0 is expected to bring many features to the current flagship.

Because OnePlus does not put an additional skin over Android, the OxygenOS 9 experience would resemble that of the stock version of Android Pie. It means that the device will have a tweaked User Interface, gesture support and notable improvements on the simple UI elements. It’s also worth noting that OnePlus enhanced the Adaptive Battery Functionality, which is one of the promising features of the latest Android version. In addition to these, there are some customizations from the company as well. The best part is that OnePlus will be offering the same updates to OnePlus 5T, OnePlus 5, OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 3 in sometime soon, making OnePlus 3T the oldest device to get Android Pie upgrade.

As said earlier, OnePlus is one of the companies known for quick software updates. It has done the same in the case of Android Pie as well. This news is imminent, considering that Google is not happy about device manufacturers delaying software updates due to the customization requirements. It even called something called the Project Treble to make sure that newer updates are delivered on time. As of now, Android Nougat is the most popular version since most manufacturers have not managed to push Oreo.

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