FP trendAug 10, 2020 1:03:33 PM
OnePlus users will soon be able to use the AOD (Always-on Display) function, which the company has confirmed with a short teaser video. There used to be the addition indicated by a tweet by OnePlus CEO Pete Lau.
Lau had published the picture of a watch in the style of the youngest OnePlus Nord. The image was accompanied by an obvious winking emoticon with the caption “1
11 “on display.” 😉 pic.twitter.com/Y2prOL8Nge
– Pete Lau (@PeteLau) July 28, 2020
The news was later confirmed by OnePlus on his Weibo account. In a teaser video, OnePlus employees design, discuss and work on developing the function. The AOD works on a OnePlus 8 Pro device.
According to 9to5GoogleWith the release of OxygenOS for, this feature could see the light of day OnePlus 8 (review) and 8 Pro (review). With Lau teasing AOD, the rollout is expected to come soon. No specific date has been set for the start of OxygenOS11. However, with Android 11 going down on September 8th, the AOD feature may roll out in the coming weeks.
The Always On feature remains one of the most anticipated features. Even in the suggestion campaign carried out by OnePlus in March, AOD had topped the demand list. The form had informed users with the same tweet that they would be working on the feature. And now the wait seems to be over.
The main idea is always-on display. We hear you and our OS product team responded: It’s on our roadmap.
– OnePlus (@oneplus) March 27, 2020
With the always-on display turned on, you no longer need to turn your device on to access notifications. However, it is understandable that a device with a low battery would experience some battery drain in order to display limited notifications. After being incorporated into Samsung devices in 2016, this feature has become widespread in Android phones. as reported by XDA developer.
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