This is how Android Q will look like with Oxygen OS 10 on OnePlus phones


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The final version of Android 10 Q will be announced within a few weeks. There are many manufacturers that have already started open beta in their latest terminals, showing some of the features and functions that will reach their customization layer. OnePlus is one of the companies that has started the beta since the new version of Android was announced. While we have already seen some features, so far we have not seen what Oxygen OS 10 will be like, the next version for OnePlus phones.

One of the most interesting changes we see in the initial configuration screen. In Oxygen OS 10 will have a much more minimalist design. With white tones and a new theme called ‘AMOLED Black’. Referring to the dark mode of Android 10 Q, which will allow us to save some battery, unlike the ‘Dark’ mode that will change the shades to more gray and black, but it will not be optimized for the AMOLED panels of its terminals. We also see a new design in the configuration of the fingerprint, password or screen mode.

Oxygen OS 10 Interface with rounded icons, new getsture navigation and more

The initial interface will also receive changes. It seems that the icons will have a new rounded shape, with a new design in some applications such as phone or messages. Everything much more minimalist. New design in the notification panel, in the shortcuts options. Now the icons are bigger. The menu of the recent applications comes with a new design. It reminds us a lot of the iOS. Finally, we also see the new navigation system using gestures, as well as the search engine in the lower part.

The screenshots provided by XDA Developers also show the design of some applications. For example, we see the settings app with a white tone. Also the gallery app, although it does not receive changes in the design, it does add options for editing photographs . Finally, the camera app also shows a much more minimalist look.

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Oxygen OS 10 with Android Q will arrive officially soon. It is very likely that the first devices to update are the OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 6T.

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