Android 11 Open Beta 2 rolled out for OnePlus 6/6T

The new OnePlus 6T introduces an in-display fingerprint sensor that is sure to draw attention and be the one feature that you really want to show off. It also has a smaller notch, bigger screen and higher capacity battery, but loses the notification LED and 3.5mm audio jack.

Nearly everything else is the same as it was with the OnePlus 6. There’s still no wireless charging or IP rating, which are the only ways in which this phone doesn’t feel like a true flagship. The camera performance is pretty good, though it suffers at night. The battery will get you through a full day. The OnePlus 6T replaces the OnePlus 6 but isn’t necessarily a compelling upgrade.

We are eagerly waiting for the Android 12 update of our OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T but the company didn’t make this update. Today, the Android 11 Open Beta 2 software update arrived on OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T devices. Below you can check the complete changelog.


  • System
    • Optimized the overheating control management of third-party apps
    • Improved system stability and fixed known issues
  • Camera
    • Fixed the issue of captured images can’t be saved
  • Network
    • Enhanced the connectivity of 5G Wi-Fi

Those using Android 11 Open beta 1 will receive this update via the OTA. Users that are interested in trying the latest stable build and experience Android 11 before the stable update is released have to download the link via this post.

Note: Please bear in mind that this is beta software and, as such, maybe less stable than stable MP builds. If you are installing this build, we highly recommend you make a full system backup before proceeding.

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