Is yours on the list? OnePlus reveals plans to update Android 11

Launched in September, Android 11 has been updated on several brands and on many devices. As is normal on Android, this process takes some time to materialize and reach all smartphones.


OnePlus has already started this process and has OxygenOS 11 to be prepared. There are models that have already received this version and now the brand has revealed its plans to launch this new version for more equipment. Find out if your OnePlus will receive Android 11.

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Android 11 is coming to more smartphones

It is known that OnePlus wants to bring Android 11 to the maximum number of smartphones. The brand already has OxygenOS 11 with this new version of Android and is preparing this version for more equipment. This arrived with the OnePlus 8 and 8T, but it will be extended.

The brand had already prepared a version for its previous model, the OnePlus 7 and 7T, but ended up encountering encryption problems. These are being reviewed with Qualcomm and soon the brand will have a new version to launch.

OnePlus Android 11 update Oxygen 11 smartphones

OnePlus has OxygenOS 11 to be prepared

For this model, the brand has already started internal tests and they hope to prove that the problem is overcome. After these Closed Beta tests, public tests will be resumed to assess their quality more broadly. In the end, the final version of OxygenOS 11 will then be released.

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As revealed, and already next week, the brand will bring to Nord, its latest proposal, a novelty. This new model will receive the next update, albeit in an Open Beta. The final version will arrive later, with data and the desired stability.

OnePlus Android 11 update Oxygen 11 smartphones

Update will reach many devices

As for the OnePlus 6, 6T, Nord 10 5G and 100, they too will certainly have access to Android 11 and OxygenOS 11. The brand did not reveal information, having only indicated that it will soon provide information about the updates and how it will be carried out. .

There is, however, one last warning from OnePlus. All smartphones that are purchased through operators will have this process postponed. This delay is due to the need for them to carry out internal tests and to validate that there are no problems.

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