Pete Lau, CEO and Founder at OnePlus shared a tweet that reveals a picture with an analog clock ticking to 11. Furthermore, the caption – 11 “on display,” makes it much more obvious.
11 “on display.” 😉 pic.twitter.com/Y2prOL8Nge
— Pete Lau (@PeteLau) July 28, 2020
Although this isn’t the primary time we’re listening to the corporate’s plans. This yr in March, OnePlus confirmed via a tweet that the Always-On Display is underneath growth as it’s the most needed function and the highest instructed amongst different concepts on its IDEA platform. Then in May, OnePlus reiterated that it’s already engaged on the function and the event must be completed round June. OnePlus additionally stated that the closed beta testing will start in August and open beta testing in September, however warned that this timeline is topic to modifications as there are numerous elements included.
Now, the corporate’s newest tweet appears to be projecting that the event round this function is almost executed and the corporate might quickly convey the function for beta testing within the stated timeframe.
The numeral “11” within the caption and the analog clock recommend the function may land with Oxygen 11, which in flip may come as quickly as after Android 11 is prepared. To evaluate, OxygenOS 10 was first shipped in September 2019 with Android 10. The subsequent large model of Android is predicted to launch in September as effectively so we might even see the beta testing of the Always On Display going reside throughout the identical timeframe as stated by OnePlus beforehand.
To the uninitiated ones, Always On Display function or just AOD reveals restricted info whereas your cellphone is asleep. You can customise your display screen to point out date, time, battery standing, and notifications as effectively. Some telephones additionally enable configuring Always On Display function to get up with a double or single faucet, a hand gesture, or choosing up the cellphone.