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Wednesday
May222019

OnePlus 3/3T finally receive stable Android Pie update

OnePlus has steadily been updating its product line with the latest version of Android. This time the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T are getting the stable version of Android Pie through OxygenOS 9.0.2. Its beta version was released to community members last month. Some of the features OnePlus 3/3T users can expect include Do Not Disturb with a specific time range, Gaming Mode 3.0, Phone app’s support for Google Duo, and Camera app’s support for Google Lens. Aside from getting the latest version of Android that’s available, the April 2019 security patches are also making their way to these two phones.

Source: XDA Developers

Thursday
May162019

OnePlus 7 Pro debuts the new version of OnePlus Camera

OnePlus updates its Camera app for the OnePlus 7 Pro by adding deeper integration with Google Lens and changing up settings in the app. A long press on the viewfinder will trigger the feature and as 9to5Google mentions, it works offline to some extent. Without the long press, you need to turn on the “Smart Content Detection” setting to allow the app to recognize content, which ranges from phone numbers, website, and barcodes and QR codes. A couple of settings have also been taken out. These include Smile Capture and Auto Nightscape Scene Detection. But the aforementioned Smart Content Detection feature has been added alongside Auto Nightscape. You can now also arrange the different camera modes in the slider at the bottom, so you have easy access to the modes you use frequently. You can even turn off some of the modes entirely.

The OnePlus Gallery gets a refresh, too. The Collections Carousel has a cleaner interface with smaller thumbnails and better organization. And the file viewer now shows the date at the top of the user interface and the Favorites icons has been moved to a new location, too. As we mentioned, version 3.2 of the app is currently only available on the OnePlus 7 Pro but expect it to make its way to other OnePlus devices via the Play Store soon.

Wednesday
May152019

7 things you need to know about the OnePlus 7 Pro

OnePlus has steadily built its reputation of being able to bring a great, almost-flagship experience to users who can’t afford to spend thousands on their devices. While this is the company’s most expensive phone to date, it has managed to reduce the amount of compromises it’s had to make to produce a more affordable premium phone. Here are the things you need to know about it:

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Friday
May102019

OnePlus and National Geographic show off the OnePlus 7 Pro’s camera tech

Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains at dawn (Credit: Andy Bardon)

With the OnePlus 7 Pro set to launch in the next few days, the company has partnered with National Geographic to show what the phone’s cameras can do. The July edition of the magazine will come with an “Inspired by Nature” supplement shot using the phone. The magazine picked three world-renowned photographers—Andy Bardon, Carlton Ward Jr., and Krystle Wright—to document their journey around North America using the OnePlus 7 Pro and its triple-lens setup and UltraShot system. Speaking about her experience on the shoot, Wright said, “With the OnePlus 7 Pro, you have a whole camera bag in your pocket which is what has allowed us to be able to shoot a whole issue on a smartphone.” We’re going to hear more about this phone on May 14 when it launches.