OnePlus is making Android 10 available on its OnePlus 7 and 7 pro handsets as part of the latest OxygenOS Open Beta, which is available right now.
The beta brings with it most of the same Android 10 features Pixel users can enjoy from today, but will also be throwing in a few nice in-house additions just for OnePlus users. How nice.
If you're out of the loop a bit with all this, Android 10 (previously known as Android Q) brings with it some fancy new features like a new dark mode, improved gesture navigation, UI improvements, foldable phone support, and a bunch of new privacy controls, all which should all be arriving on OnePlus devices through the OxygenOS Open Beta.
Among the OnePlus-specific additions is something called "Game Space", which sounds like a central hub for all your phone-gaming needs, as well as some nice quality-of-life changes including the ability to choose icon shapes to be displayed in Quick Settings (finally!).
The full list of changes can be seen below:
If you were already using the Android Q dev beta, the new update should arrive as an over the air update. If not, you can grab it from the OnePlus forum post announcement here.