The older OnePlus 6 gets a few of nifty features found in the latest OnePlus 6T, thanks to the new beta update which has started rolling out. The Chinse manufacturer confirmed via its official forums that Open Beta 6 for OnePlus 6 brings two key features found on the latest OnePlus 6T – Nightscape and Studio Lightning.
To begn with, the new Nightscape feature is kind of hyped as it’s supposed to enhance low-light photography. And given the fact that both handsets have similar cameras, it shouldn’t come as a suprise it has landed on the OnePlus 6 shortly after OnePlus 6T’s launch. While the Nightscape mode should aid in low-light photography, the Studio Lightning mode is said to enhance minute details in images.
Apart from these two camera features, the new open beta for OnePlus 6 also brings new navigation gestures, improved About Phone UI, new Google Quick Search box design, as well as improved screenshot experience. The company’s changelog also asserts that the new beta also enhances the Gallery experince on the handset. Finally, it also brings the latest November Security patch for the OnePlus 6.
Elsewhere, the new OnePlus 6T flagship has also receievd the new OxygenOS 9.0.4 update. It adds improvements to Nightscape mode and brings the new Studio Lightning feature. The update also arrives with new navigation gestures, as well as the latest November security patch.
OxygenOS 9.0.4 update for OnePlus 6T is rather small at 137MB. OnePlus 6T users are advised to download the new update as soon as possoible. In case users have seen a notification, they can manually check for the update by heading over to Settings.
The OnePlus 6T is now available for purcahse in India via major online and offline stores across the country. The device gets a starting price tag of INR 37,999 for the 6GB RAM/ 128GB storage model. The 8GB RAM/ 128GB storage model is priced at INR 41,999. Finally, the new flagship’s top-end model with 8GB RAM/256GB storage model is priced at INR 45,999.