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New Radical OnePlus 6T Features Confirmed



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With just about two weeks to go until the confirmed launch date of the OnePlus 6T more features are being strategically revealed by OnePlus . The latest news is that the user interface will pick up new gesture features.

OnePlus 6T Launch Page (oneplus.com ) OnePlus.com

Details about the changes to OxygenOS have been written by OnePlus in the official forums . As well as the (almost mandatory) mentions of Android-features have been described:

Whenever you swipe up in an app, the application window will follow your finger, making for a more natural Experience. It's also faster in two ways: with a quick flic K vanaf de onderkant van het scherm naar de rechterkant van uw scherm, kunt u tussen 2 recent gebruikte apps. As there is no navigation bar when using gestures, users were not able to double-tap the " recents " button to quickly switch between apps. This new gesture provides a quick and easy substitute.

As modern smartphone design moves towards nothing more than a sheet of glass with no buttons and no physical ports, gestures are going to become a critical part of the software. That means there's a danger that Android's UI could fragment across interfaces as manufacturers look to stand out from the crowd, and that fragmentation means that many will see the iOS gestures as the 'original' implementation.

But wait a moment, those with Jolla developed by Nokia for the N9, and the Mer-based Sailfish OS from especially in the swipe up to access applications.

Olixar's OnePlus 6T cases from Mobilefun (Mobilefun.co.uk) Mobilefun.co.uk

In the short term, the OnePlus 6T will be seen as an innovator with the increased gestures on show. That comes on top of one of the first mass-market in-display fingerprint readers. It's already clear that OnePlus is pushing the hardware side of things, this week shows the same goal for its software.

Now read about the three big risks OnePlus is taking with the 6T …

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With just over two weeks to go until the confirmed launch date of the OnePlus 6T, more features are being strategically revealed by OnePlus.

OnePlus 6T Launch Page (oneplus.com) OnePlus.com

Details about the changes to OxygenOS have been written by OnePlus in the official forums. As well as the (almost mandatory) mentions of increased speed, faster interface, Android-features have been described:

Whenever you swipe up in an app, the application window will follow your finger, making for a more natural experience. It's also faster in two w ays: With a quick flick from the bottom of the screen to the right of your screen, you can change between 2 recently used apps. As there is no navigation bar when using gestures, users were not able to double-tap the "recents" button to quickly switch between apps. This new gesture provides a quick and easy substitute.

As modern smartphone design moves towards nothing more than a sheet of glass with no buttons and no physical ports, gestures are going to become a critical part of the software. That means there's a danger that Android's UI could fragment across interfaces as manufacturers look to stand out from the crowd, and that fragmentation means that many will see the iOS gestures as the 'original' implementation.

But wait a moment, those with Lung memories will be picking up the echoes of the Linux-based MeeGo OS developed by Nokia for the N9, and the Mer-based Sailfish OS from Jolla, especially in the swipe up to access applications.

Olixar's OnePlus 6T cases from Mobilefun (Mobilefun.co.uk) Mobilefun.co.uk

In the short term, the OnePlus 6T will be seen as an innovator with the increased gestures on show. That comes on top of one of the first mass-market in-display fingerprint readers. It's already clear that OnePlus is pushing the hardware side of things, this week shows the same goal for its software.

Now read about the three big risks OnePlus is taking with the 6T …


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