OnePlus 8T still plays wonders when it comes to performance efficiency and feature comfort. After the OxygenOS 13 upgrade, the phone has become a little good with a handful of new add-ons. Yet we demand to see the most awaited audio feature on the OxygenOS 13.1 for the OnePlus devices.
Consequently, the highlight of this content is the Dual-Audio feature. As the name reflects, the element enables you to send your media audio to different Bluetooth gadgets at the same time efficiently without any interruption in the audio quality.
In simple words, you can hear the songs on your Bluetooth earbuds and can even share them between two different sets of Bluetooth speakers simultaneously. Perhaps, this feature makes the Bluetooth connectivity function more impressive and convenient to use.
So far, we have seen this feature in Samsung devices. Almost every model under 30K INR serves with this element. But even after so many upgrades, OnePlus has not offered this blessed audio segment to its consumers, neither with the phones nor with the firmware.
Although OxygenOS 13 has introduced a set of features that makes the audio experience quite immersive for users. These include the following:
- Support for Spatial Audio to change the direction of sound in apps
- Dolby Atmos support
- Fast Pairing to quickly connect the phone with other devices
- Audio Switch to swap between audio devices in no time
Yet, the Dual-Audio feature is something that OnePlus should provide with the upcoming OxygenOS 13.1 upgrade. It’s not us who is anticipating this feature with the next OS version. Eventually, several OnePlus fans mentioned seeing such an element in their handsets. For your info, Dual Audio effectively supports Bluetooth 5.0.
Many users also believe that this mainly sets as the hardware feature. In that case, the tech maker could at least try to implement such a function that can deliver a dual-audio scenario.