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Latest OnePlus 5/5T open beta brings Digital Wellbeing and Fnatic mode

12 June 2019 0

OnePlus has released newest OxygenOS open beta builds for OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T users. These are OxygenOS Open Beta 34 and 32 for the two flagships. The update is about 450MB in size and brings two major features, Digital Wellbeing and Fnatic Mode, along with the June 2019 security patch.

As you might already know, Digital Wellbeing is the feature which is aimed at helping you keep a tab on your digital activities. It offers insights about time spent on the phone with individual breakdown for each of the apps used by you. It also shows the number of notifications received and a number of times you unlocked the smartphone. To help you reduce the time spent on the phone, there is an option to set time limits for any number of apps you want.

The next major feature Fnatic Mode is meant for smartphone gamers. It was debuted on the OnePlus 7 Pro and was expanded to OnePlus 7 via software update last week. This mode focuses on taking full advantage of the smartphone's hardware capabilities for a smoother gaming experience. It also blocks all sorts of notifications and alerts so that you can play games without any distractions.

If you are one of the OnePlus 5/5T open beta testers, you should be receiving the software update anytime soon. You can also look for the update by visiting the phone's system settings. As for those who are not part of the open beta group, you should wait for the stable version to arrive which should be around the corner.

  • The OnePlus 5T isn't still available online. To be notified when it becomse available click here.
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