OnePlus is rolling OxygenOS 10.3.0 for the 6 and 6T which comes with November 2019 Android security patch. It also fixes a few issues and improves camera operformance.
The new build also brings back the notch area hiding option which can be found under the Settings > Display > Notch display menu.
Here’s the complete changelog of OxygenOS 10.3.0 for OnePlus 6/6T:
- Updated system to Android 10
- Brand new UI for Android 10
- Fixed the automatic reboot issue
- Added the notch area display option in the Settings (Settings – Display – Notch display – Hide the notch area)
- Fixed the issue with lock screen appearing even after unlocking the device with the password
- Fixed the issue with Navigation bar after upgrade
- Fixed the Digital wellbeing option missing in the settings
- Updated Android security patch to 2019.11
- Fingerprint unlock functionality improvement
- Enhanced the fingerprint animation
- Camera performance improvement
- Wi-Fi Connectivity
- Fixed the issue of Wifi connection to 5Ghz networks
Additionally, OnePlus has released OxygenOS Open Beta 7 for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro. You can check out the changelog below for all the details:
- Added an optimized charging feature to improve battery performance based on usage (Settings – Battery – Optimized charging)
- Optimized the RAM management
- Fixed the issue with auto-record toast messages in the contact app
- Fixed the wrong time format in the status bar
- Improved system stability and general bug fixes
- Reading mode
- Added the Chromatic effect option to adapt color range and saturation intelligently for a better reading experience (Settings – Display – Reading mode – Turn on reading mode – Chromatic effect)
OxygenOS 10.3.0 is rolling to a limited number of OnePlus 6/6T users right now and the company will commence a broader rollout if no bugs are found.
The Open Beta 7 for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro is also rolling out over the air, but only those units running a previous beta build will receive it.
If your device is on the stable build and if you want to give the beta build a try, you’ll have to flash it manually. Head over to the second source link below for flashing instructions.