[Haptic feedback] I can remember the haptic feedback on my OnePlus 9 Pro when I bought it. The smartphone was running Oxygen OS 11, and after updating to O²OS12 they have changed it and become less satisfying and more rough. OnePlus managed to surprise with this update (1/2)
[Haptic feedback] Haptics are now really ticking the fingertips from under the screen. It is hard to explain, but it feels like OnePlus spent some time improving this aspect and they pretty much made it work! (2/2)
[Updated Design] Some people say it is now hard to distinguish Oppo from OnePlus, but it ain't quite the truth. Just accept the fact that Oxygen OS is based on Color OS now and move forward. The system doesn't feel heavy regardless of common beliefs. (1/2)
[Updated Design] A lot was borrowed from Color OS but brought to the end user with style. There is still that O²OS vibe present that makes you feel it belongs to OnePlus. I don't know whether you agree with me or not, but I see more customization options as a win guys. (2/2)
[Battery Life] I still need some time to understand how the smartphone holds throughout the day, but yesterday I was having 6h of SOT mainly using the phone for social media and a little gaming (not heavy).
[Drawbacks] Since it is a beta, I will talk about some issues that are present (probably since the stable O²OS12). - When you draw in the Notes app - to delete the drawing you need to erase it entirely - you can't just delete the image - OMOJI isn't available (1/2)
[Drawbacks] - WiFI doesn't maintain the stable connection. - Wallpaper color picking is very inaccurate That's all for now friends. I would suggest people to go ahead with this open beta - it is surprisingly good enough!
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