OnePlus 6 OxygenOS Open Beta 2 is based on the Android 9.0 Pie. Moreover, it has brought various enhancements to existing utilities such as Wi-Fi stability has been improved, background power consumption and optimization has been enhanced for the pictures capturing from the front camera.
OnePlus has earned the second OxygenOS Open Beta that carries various improvements and advanced multifunctional UI. As per the changelog indexed on the OnePlus official forum, the OxygenOS Open Beta 2 is based on the Android 9 Pie that brings enhancements to existing services such as improvement to Wi-Fi stability, background power consumption, and optimization for the images captured from the front camera. OnePlus comments that those OnePlus 6 customers who have already blazed an Open Beta they will get the new build via an OTA.
The listing further states that the second open beta update for OnePlus 6 will offer a boost for the pocket mode to lower down the coincidental touches and enhanced UI for Verification Codes like OTP to assist users to find what they want easily. Folks at XDA Developers noted that the scrolling and touch inactivity problems that happened in the first OxygenOS Open Beta have been mended with the new issue. However, a few problems that slink in the first OxygenOS Open Beta, for instance, third-party apps issue, Google Pay service not working properly continue in the OxygenOS Open Beta 2 as well.
Particularly, OnePlus discharged the first OxygenOS Open Beta based on Android Pie for OnePlus 6 the last week. The changes brought the latest UI for Android P along with gesture navigation and system enhancements. The update also included combined OnePlus customization looks, accent color customization support and a new “Do Not Disturb” mode with flexible settings. The update also brought a new Gaming Mode 3.0 with additional text notification mode and notification for third-party calls.