OxygenOS 10, i.e. Android 10 focuses on privacy
OnePlus has released the beta version of OxygenOS 10 some time ago, but now the company already has the final version of the system, which under the OTA update goes to the first smartphones. In the first days it will be a small number of devices, selected at random, so the trick with VPN installation will not help here, location does not affect it. If no critical errors appear, the update will be available globally for everyone in the following days.
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OnePlus announcement shows that Android 10 will introduce a lot of very interesting changes. In addition to the new version of the system, we will also get a completely changed graphic interface, new options to adjust menu elements to your requirements and completely new privacy settings. It is on this last aspect that great emphasis has been placed. In the new version of the system, we can not only specify what a given application has access to, but also in what situations. This allows you to block the possibility of e.g. reading our location when the application is not active.