OnePlus has announced that it is opening up the OxygenOS 14 Beta 1 program to OnePlus 11 users in India and North America. This means that users in these regions can now get an early preview of the latest Android version before it is released to the public.
The OxygenOS 14 Beta 1 brings a number of new features and improvements to the OnePlus 11, including:
- A new design language called Material You, which allows users to customize the look and feel of their device.
- New privacy features, such as a privacy dashboard and a microphone and camera indicator.
- Improved performance and battery life.
- New features for developers, such as a new Jetpack library and a new way to build apps for foldable devices.
The OxygenOS 14 Beta 1 is currently available to a limited number of users, but OnePlus plans to gradually increase the number of slots over the coming weeks. To participate in the beta program, users must have a OnePlus 11 running OxygenOS 13.1 or later. They can then sign up for the beta program through the OnePlus website.
It is important to note that beta software may contain bugs and issues that can affect the user experience. Users interested in participating should consider backing up their data and reviewing the program's FAQs before enrolling.
The OxygenOS 14 Beta 1 is a great opportunity for OnePlus 11 users to try out the latest features of Android 14 and provide feedback to OnePlus. This feedback will help to ensure that the final version of Android 14 is as stable and user-friendly as possible.
OnePlus has not yet announced a release date for the stable version of Android 14. However, it is expected to be released in the coming months.
If you are a OnePlus 11 user in India or North America and are interested in participating in the OxygenOS 14 Beta 1 program, you can sign up through the OnePlus website.