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The OnePlus 7T series is getting its last Open Beta, May patch included

The OnePlus 7T series is getting its last Open Beta, May patch included

Even though the OnePlus 7T series was updated to stable Android 11 back in March, the phones have continued to receive beta builds to test new features. But all that comes to an end this week, as OnePlus releases the final Open Beta for the 7T and 7T Pro.

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OnePlus has announced yet another Nord phone, but this one might actually be good

OnePlus has announced yet another Nord phone, but this one might actually be good

The launch of the original Nord brought back some of the same excitement that accompanied early OnePlus phones. Gone are the days when you could get practically top-of-the-line specs for next to nothing, but Nord wasn't too far off from the flagship killers of old. Since then, we've seen a few more budget phones under the same sub-brand, but now OnePlus is back with the closet thing yet to a proper successor in the form of the Nord CE 5G.

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OnePlus 8 and 8T update brings June security patch and a camera shutter fix

OnePlus 8 and 8T update brings June security patch and a camera shutter fix

If you've got a OnePlus flagship from 2020, prepare to download a new software update. The OnePlus 8, 8 Pro, and 8T are receiving new builds which introduce the June security patch — considerably quick given how late the May security patch was delivered to these devices.

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16 new phones and tablets get Lineage 18.1 ROMs

16 new phones and tablets get Lineage 18.1 ROMs

Lineage OS the premiere custom Android ROM, and one of the best things about it is that it's constantly expanding. Over the last few weeks the distributed team has added no less than sixteen new phones and tablets from a handful of vendors.

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How to fix your OnePlus phone that's started bootlooping after installing its latest update

How to fix your OnePlus phone that's started bootlooping after installing its latest update

OnePlus has become notorious for shipping either half-baked updates or ones that cause devices to bootloop or worse. The Android 12 developer preview for the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro was pulled back after it bricked devices. While the unstable nature of developer software dilutes the culpability to an extent, it's surely not acceptable when a stable OTA causes the same problem. Unfortunately, the stable OxygenOS 11.2.6.6 update for the OnePlus 9 Pro has lead to similar issues for some people.

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Here's our first look at the OnePlus Nord N200 5G

Here's our first look at the OnePlus Nord N200 5G

OnePlus is done putting all its eggs in one basket. It's now pushing more affordable devices under the Nord sub-branding, and the N200 5G is the next one coming to US shores. While we knew of this before, we're getting our first look at the phone and some of what it'll have to offer.

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No, the OnePlus 9 Pro isn't getting HDR video, it already had it

No, the OnePlus 9 Pro isn't getting HDR video, it already had it

OnePlus might not be as consistent with software updates for older devices, but the company is quite attentive to recently launched products, and that includes the latest OnePlus 9 series. Its most recent OxgenOS update adds a toggle to disable HDR video on the OnePlus 9 Pro, plus a few smaller fixes for power consumption, stability, and the camera.

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OnePlus expects you to hunt down clues to buy its limited-edition watch

OnePlus expects you to hunt down clues to buy its limited-edition watch

The OnePlus Watch isn't very good. The software experience is slow and unfinished, activity tracking is lacking, and even the promised two-week battery is cut in half when you enable the always-on display. Plus, it's just too easy to buy. You mean to tell me you just click "buy" on a website and enter your payment information? Boring. I want the excitement of "winning" an "opportunity" to buy a fancier version of the OnePlus Watch. And if it's held through some weird Instagram contest? Even better.

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OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro get new Android 12 builds that hopefully won't brick your phone

OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro get new Android 12 builds that hopefully won't brick your phone

Google lifted the veils off Android 12 recently, and we totally understand why you'd want to try out the freshly-baked software on your phone. However, if you've already burnt your hands trying to install the developer preview on your OnePlus 9 series phone and bricking it, you might be happy to learn that OnePlus has released new builds that hopefully won't cause any troubles.

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Netflix HDR-10 certification lands for Asus Zenfone 8 and Vivo X60 series

Netflix HDR-10 certification lands for Asus Zenfone 8 and Vivo X60 series

Mobile phones may seem cramped for watching full-length movies, but they’re still (very) popular among Netflix users, as is evident from its billion-plus Play Store downloads. That’s why the streaming giant keeps an up-to-date list of devices that can offer you the best streaming experience for its app. It isn’t at all surprising that the new OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro are now also compatible with Netflix's streaming standards, along with a bunch of other phones from Oppo and Sharp.

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