To launch in 2021
The first device planned to download the major Android 11 update from OnePlus will be their highest level North, the original OnePlus Nord. OnePlus launches first OxygenOS 11 Open Beta build for next week. The beta program helps OnePlus test further and bring it up to “standards” so that it can be rolled out to everyone.
There is no current estimate for when OnePlus Nord’s Android 11 update will be stable, so if you want the latest software, you need to join the beta. Doing so is not difficult, but it can be difficult to get off it when stable arrives.
Then OnePlus hopes to update both OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T series. After running into a kind of data decryption issue when trying to port Android 11 to each, OnePlus says they worked with Qualcomm to fix the issue and are now running closed beta tests. Assuming the closed tests go well, they run an Open Beta that they are about to do with OnePlus Nord before they then push to stable.
Again, there is no specific timeline for when OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7 Pro or 7T can get the update out of beta.
And finally, the OnePlus 6, 6T, Nord N10 5G and Nord N100 will receive Android 11, but we have no idea when it will happen. OnePlus still expects to update all of these devices at some point, only understand that they need to update the original North and both 7 Series devices first.
We will notify you as these buildings become available. In the meantime, check out our first look at OxygenOS and Android 11 together.