After waiting around for a few months, and going through all the hype that is oft associated with OnePlus launches and releases, it is finally here.
Android 7.0 Nougat has landed on the OnePlus 3 in official capacity, albeit in a limited format. This Nougat build is part of the beta builds, and you can flash it manually. The Beta 8 build, sized at a hefty 1.3GB, brings the Android version upgrade as its most noticeable change. The key changes of the update is as follows:
Upgraded to Android 7.0 Nougat
New Notifications Design
New Settings Menu Design
Notification Direct Reply
Custom DPI Support
Added Status Bar Icon Options
Added Quick Launch For 3rd Party Applications
Improved Shelf Customization
There are UI changes involved as well. Most of these changes will be familiar to users running OxygenOS’s Beta builds for the OnePlus 3. We will have more to talk about the UI changes in our hands-on soon.
To download the OnePlus 3 Android 7.0 Beta 8, head on over to the download link mentioned in the forum announcement. OnePlus is inviting feedback on issues you find, which you can through a OnePlus Feedback app. You can also submit bug reports here. Additionally, if you would like to converse with other users on the update, you can head on over to our forums.
Have you tried out the update? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!