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OxygenOS 4.0 with Android 7 comes to the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T

OxygenOS 4.0 with Android 7 for OnePlus 3

It was logical that with the update for one of these two smartphones the new version would also arrive for the other. Let’s keep in mind that the OnePlus 3 and the OnePlus 3T they are almost the same smartphone. There are some differences, but few. And at the software level we did not even find any. That’s why when the release of the final version was announced yesterday, it was announced for both of us, not just one.

And it is already reaching some users who have been the privileged ones to become the first to receive the new version. Don’t worry if you have one of these phones and you haven’t received it yet. Is that the update will expand progressively among all users. First, it has reached a reduced number of users, and little by little they will receive the OTA update all users who have a OnePlus 3 or a OnePlus 3T.

What’s new in Oxygen OS 4.0

Now, what are the novelties with which it arrives Oxygen OS 4.0 based on Android 7.0 Nougat for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T? Well, some of them are based on the news that came to Android with the new version. Be that as it may, they are the following:

  • New design for the notification section
  • New design for the settings menu
  • Multi-Window function to run multiple applications simultaneously
  • Direct response to notifications
  • Support for modifying pixel density
  • New options for the status bar icons
  • Improvements in customization options

Upgrade to OxygenOS 4.0 It comes precisely when CyanogenMod has announced its closure. It’s funny because the OnePlus One was launched with Cyanogen OS, later it went to its own ROM, and nowadays it has a high quality software of its own development. And it has proven to be a good decision for the company, as OxygenOS 4.0 today is of great quality, and Cyanogen OS has ended up disappearing. What would have been the future of the OnePlus if they still had Cyanogen OS?