OnePlus has silently released the OxygenOS 14 alpha build for OnePlus 11 devices with some exciting features. While the version is currently based on OxygenOS 13.1, it highlights several new additions and the iconic easter egg that have been confined to Android 14 so far. So without any delays let’s explore this subject.
As per some Twitter tipsters, OnePlus 11 is getting the new OxygenOS 14 alpha build, and its features with the CPH2447_11_C.09 build number. Though users need to download a giant software package of 5.93GB to check on the new perks and capabilities.
Moving ahead, the alpha version brings the latest August 2023 security patch on board. Further, it has tweaked the UI segment, specifically the lock screen. The company has even modified the camera functionalities which now offer 5x optical zoom alongside unique filters.
Other changes highlight resized icons, a new settings page, alterations in the camera app, and smart suggestions. Notably, the update doesn’t have many bugs or defects for the moment. Though things will get clear after long usage of this firmware on the device. By that time, let’s have a glance at the listed features:
- Redesigned numeric screen lock
- New charging animation info
- Redesigned camera app UI
- Screen resolution preview
- Separate section for haptics
- Redesigned battery health section
- Option to Stop charging at 80%
- Smart suggestions in notifications and status bar (display real-time updates for rides, and food delivery apps)
These are just the initial changes and more features are in the pipeline. We will surely obtain them with the upcoming Android 14 builds. Till then, let us know what else you would like to see in OxygenOS 14, in the comment section.