OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7 users are now getting the Android Q Developer Preview 5 Update and while OnePlus is still calling it Android Q, it’s important to note that the next major Android update will be called Android 10 and not Android Q as Google announced that they are getting rid of the dessert-based naming system, paving the way for number-based naming systems like Windows and iOS.
The new update for OnePlus 7 series comes with many new features. Below is the list of what’s new in this update.
- System functions improvement
- System stability improvement
- Added the OnePlus full-screen gestures
- Based on Google Android 10 Beta6
- For DP4 users, you can upgrade via online OTA
- From DP5, you can upgrade system via OTA to Open Beta
The update has some known issues as you’d expect from an unreleased software. You can see the list of known issues below.
- Application compatibility problems
- Compatibility issues with Google Pay
- Low probability of system lag and stability issues
You can download the Android Q Developer Preview 5 here from Oneplus forum. But before you proceed, don’t forget to back up your smartphone and make sure that the battery level is above 30%. Also, 3GB of available storage space is required for a smooth update process.
Google is reportedly going to roll out Android 10 update to its Pixel smartphone today, which could mean that the Developer Preview 5 Update is the last Beta update, following which the final update of the Android 10 will be released to all the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro users.