OnePlus 3, 3T receive tonnes of tweaks from OxygenOS Open Beta 23/14

OxygenOS Open Beta 23/14 brings in new features and tweaks.

The OxygenOS Open Beta 23/14 is now available to download for OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T. As expected, the update comes with tonnes of improvements and tweaks, such as the ability to add watermark to photos, new feature Alarm Calendar and the ability to block notifications from apps.

OnePlus has just rolled out the August security update as well on top of OxygenOS Open Beta 23/14. In its changelog, the update comes with a host of tweaks that OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T users will enjoy first.

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For the camera app, the new Shot on OnePlus watermark is now available. You also have the option to add your name to it. You can turn it on through your main camera settings. The Gallery of media contents can now load up faster than before.

Most changes also affect the system. OnePlus phones get the support for a battery percentage display and hiding of notification content from apps locked by App locker.

The colour display of default screen calibration has been adjusted, leaning towards sRGB. The new E-warranty card is added, which you can find through Settings > About phone > E-Warranty card.

A software update will not be complete without fixes to bugs. Security patches for the month and stability improvements are also added.

For the phone, some improvements have also been rolled out, including the switching of incoming calls and suggested merges functionality. There is the new quick index bar in contacts interface.

For the weather app, the location accuracy has been improved as well as the search for cities. For the clock app, there is the new Alarm Calendar designed to set irregular alarm schedule.

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