OnePlus 3T Nougat update: OnePlus 7.0 beta is out, coming soon for 3T


Update [December 01, 2016]: OnePlus released the Nougat update as beta for the OnePlus 3 sets yesterday, which is a sure sign of OnePlus 3T receiving the Android 7.0 treatment — as beta — pretty soon now. And OnePlus definitely doesn’t looks off the pace with its targeted release date of December 2017 for the OnePlus 3T. That should come around Christmas, BTW.


OnePlus just issued the first update for the OnePlus 3T, and it comes as software version OxygenOS 3.5.3. The update adds emergency calling for Indian users — pressing power button three times will activate it — which is a nice addition.

The 3.5.3 OTA for OnePlus 3T also adds OnePlus’ community app, UI changes to clock app and calling screen, while updating device touch panel and improving GPS library and location accuracy.

What’s mote interesting though, is improvements to camera app, which would now detect motion, while also enhancing the overall capture quality of the device.

Of course, ever present on the software update roster, bug fixes and improved system stability are also part of the update.

Download: OnePlus 3T Stock Wallpapers

The OxygenOS 3.5.3 update is based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, while OnePlus has pledged to update the OnePlus 3T to Nougat in December, along with OnePlus 3 Nougat build, which will first receive the Android 7.0 community beta build by this month’s end before the stable Nougat build next month.

Here’s a full changelog of OnePlus 3T OxygenOS 3.5.3 update.

  • Added emergency calling for India (triple press the power button to trigger)
  • Added motion detection in camera and enhanced image capturing quality
  • Added OnePlus community app
  • Updated touch panel firmware and optimized touch precision
  • Updated GPS library and optimized location accuracy
  • Redesigned clock UI
  • Redesigned calling UI
  • Increased stability and implemented various bug fixes

The update is already available as an OTA. If you own OnePlus 3T, head to Settings > About device, and look under the system updates section, to check for update now.

Source: OnePlus

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