OnePlus today announced the release date of its custom software skin based on Android 14. OxygenOS 14 is confirmed to be rolling out to eligible smartphones later this month. The OnePlus 11 5G, OnePlus 11R, and OnePlus Nord 3 may be the first phones to receive the latest software update. The company also revealed that OxygenOS 14 will bring Trinity Engine, which is said to provide integration between hardware and software. The company has released the OxygenOS 14 beta to the OnePlus Nord 3 5G.
OnePlus has confirmed through a press release that it will start rolling out the stable version of OxygenOS 14 globally on September 25. The company claims that the upcoming OS will be one of the first to be based on the yet-to-be-released Android 14. The update will bring a bunch of new features to improve the overall user experience. The new OxygenOS 14 will allegedly debut with Trinity Engine to create integration between hardware and software.
OnePlus says that Trinity Engine not only improves power efficiency, but also provides better multitasking capabilities, as well as fast and smooth performance. It may improve the overall performance of the smartphone.
Meanwhile, OnePlus has started rolling out the OxygenOS 14 Closed Beta Testing (CBT) program for OnePlus Nord 3 5G users in India. The phone launches with Oxygen OS 13.1 skin based on the Android 13 operating system. However, the program is limited to the first 500 users. Additionally, the company itself highlighted some issues with the Android 14-based OxygenOS 14 beta update.
These include a missing charging icon, the phone may ring without an incoming call, album photos may be sorted incorrectly, Google Contacts glitches, and more. The company may soon announce a public beta program for the OnePlus Nord 3 5G.