The version of OxygenOS based on Android 9.0 Pie brings some new features like the Zen Mode, Screen Recorder, etc. and the company is already working with Google to bring Android Q to the OnePlus 7 Pro. On May 20, OnePlus took to its forum to announce the availability of the developer preview version of Android Q for the two phones.
We will talk about the OnePlus 7 Pro's display, processor, cameras, waterproofing, and more.
It should go without saying that since Android Q is still in beta, the build is unstable and has some bugs in it. Unlike the display of the OnePlus 7, the Pro's display has a refresh rate of 90Hz, and even supports the HDR10+ standard. However, unlike the OnePlus 7, the OnePlus 7 Pro harbours a motorised, pop-up selfie camera that appears when it, well...pops up.
If you still choose to install the beta, you can head on over to the post on the OnePlus forums for instructions.
Now that the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro are getting some circulation with consumers, it's time to release the floodgates and let the community do what it wants with the phones - that means letting developers develop. With the release of the kernel source, developers can now dig in and start creating their own ROMs for the device.