OnePlus recently released its third Android Q beta for the OnePlus 7/7 Pro and OnePlus 6 / 6T, and it’s remarkable because it’s their first Android Q beta with their personalization skin. OxygenOS on top, allowing us to get a quick look at what OxygenOS 10 will be when it releases before the end of the year. So far, it looks promising. While there aren’t many changes to the user interface, the company is making sure to tweak some of the rougher edges of OxygenOS ahead of the 10th major release of Android. But they also bring new features.
One of them is Game Space, which the company promotes as a one-stop-shop for all your gaming needs. It’s not really a new feature, but rather a redesign of OnePlus’ current gaming mode and Fnatic mode, all under one hood. OnePlus tries to emulate Google Play Games in some ways: it allows you to launch your game library as well as view several statistics about the game, such as the duration of your game. It also gives access to the graphics optimization features of the game. phone, as well as quick access to activate game mode and Fnatic mode. It’s not a game store, however, and it also doesn’t provide achievements or anything similar, but it does the job of serving as a hub for all the games on your phone.
It’s also easily downloadable and compatible with OnePlus devices running OxygenOS 9.5 and later. If you want to check it out and get a little taste of what OxygenOS 10 brings and future gaming features to OnePlus phones, you can download the APK and check it out on your device today without needing to download the latest one. beta version of Android Q on your phone.