The Chinese tech-brand OnePlus is aggressively working on the Android Q updates and features for its smartphones similar to the Google Pixel devices. Currently, the Android Q beta is available to download and install for the OnePlus 7/7 Pro, OnePlus 6/6T models. Most of the times OnePlus offer great features and improvements in its OxygenOS. Android Q DP4 for OnePlus 7 Pro gets focus tracking, zen mode, digital wellbeing, and more.
Android Q DP4 for OnePlus 7 Pro
The latest Android Q DP4 build for the OnePlus 7 Pro brings changes to the Quick Settings panel. It shifted the battery percentage indicator to the left of the display beside the clock. That’s quite a new design. Because usually, we can get the battery percentage indicator to the right side. The Digital Wellbeing mode is also included this time with Parental Control options.
In this new update, you will get new settings for gestures controls. The user can choose between navigation gestures and the three-button navigation bar while setting up the phone for the first time. It also offers you to hide the swipe bar at the bottom. It gives a full-screen user interface to the device.
The update is quite stable than the previous beta updates and offers some of the features improvement. Here we have mentioned all those features below. Let’s take a look.
- The Battery Indicator in Quick Settings
- Digital Wellbeing
- New Gesture Settings
- Focus Tracking in the Camera
- Zen Mode
The new OnePlus Camera app features also included this time called focus tracking. This will allow users in the camera to track people and pets to keep them in focus during taking images and videos. Additionally, the Zen Mode 1.3 is included now in Android Q DP4 and it offers 20, 30, 40, or 60 minutes of relaxation time similar to the Do Not Disturb mode. Previously it was up to 20 minutes of timing limit.
If you’re using the OnePlus 7 Pro handset and using the Android Q beta then download the latest update file from below and install it. Otherwise, if you’re a stable Pie user, just wait for the official Android Q stable release by the end of this year. While the OnePlus 7, OnePlus 6/6T device users may have to wait for a few days more to get the latest update.