OnePlus has officially begun rolling out OxygenOS version 4.5.0 to owners of the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T. The promotion adds a number of new features to play around with, including some which were only available on the OnePlus 5.
For instance, the new Lift up display option jogs the screen awake when a person raises up their OnePlus 3 or OnePlus 3T to check out their notifications. They can also activate Gaming Do Not Disturb to suppress notifications from appearing while in the middle of a game.
There’s also a new Low priority notification tool, a scheduled night mode, and network speed in the status bar. OnePlus has even redesigned the Dash Charge animation and included the OnePlus Slate font which was only available on the OnePlus 5 till date.
For those bored with the current roster of wallpapers, there’s a new Shot on OnePlus wallpaper in the Launcher. Individuals can even add Shot on OnePlus watermarks to their own work. The Gallery’s gotten revamped as well, specifically the photo editor. Calls will now look a bit different since the calling UI has been redesigned.
Finally, the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T’s File Manager app now has a secure box. OxygenOS 4.5.0 has its share of the usual system stability and battery life improvements as well. It appears the September Android security patch hasn’t been included, so the handsets will still be on the August one.
OnePlus says OxygenOS 4.5.0 will be rolled out incrementally to a small percentage of owners at first. It’ll expand to a broader pool of people over the course of the next few days.