OnePlus, the Chinese technology giant has announced that its OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro devices will receive the Open Beta 5 installment. The latest beta software build is packing Chromatic effect to the reading mode feature on both smartphones. This feature makes the color of the screen better for the eyes, offering users a strain-free reading experience.
There is another feature included in the latest update, more precisely, a battery optimization change that is supposed to enhance the battery charging performance of the phone. The feature is based on the usage of the device.
Along with the announcement of the Open Beta 5 build on OnePlus forums, there was also mentioned the changelog that comes with the update.
OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro Receive The Open Beta 5 Update
Packed an optimized charging feature to enhance battery performance based on device usage. To access this feature, go to ‘Settings,’ then to ‘Battery,’ and select ‘Optimized charging’
- Improved the RAM administration
- Addressed the problem with auto-record toast messages in the contact app
- Addressed the wrong time format in the status bar
- Enhanced the system stability
- Overall bug fixes
Reading Mode Optimization
Packed the Chromatic effect option that smartly adapts color range and saturation to offer a better reading experience. To access this feature, head over to ‘Settings,’ then to ‘Display,’ ‘Reading Mode,’ then to ‘Turn on reading mode,’ and finally select ‘Chromatic effect.’
This installment will launch for the users who are having their smartphones running on the open beta updates at the moment. Also, there is no way to download the Open Beta 7 update separately.
Download the OpenPlus 7 and 7 Pro Open Beta 5
If you want to run your device on open beta builds, you can do so by installing OxygenOS beta installments from here:
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