OnePlus 10 Pro starts getting Android 14 with OxygenOS 14

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Following the rollout to the OnePlus 11, the OnePlus 10 Pro is now getting Android 14 with OxygenOS 14 as well. The OnePlus 10 Pro, for those of you who are out of the loop, is the company’s flagship smartphone for 2022. It is the OnePlus 11’s predecessor.

Android 14 starts rolling out to the OnePlus 10 Pro

That device launched back in January 2022, and the firmware version of this update is NE2211_14.0.0.202(EX01). The update weighs around 790MB, and the rollout is starting in India. Open Beta testers are the first to get the update.

The rollout is expected to spread to other markets soon, though, if major problems don’t rear their head during the initial rollout. The update in other regions will be basically the same,
without a couple of India-specific changes, of course.

The update delivers Fluid Cloud, File Dock, Content Extraction & more

This update brings a number of changes, of course. A full changelog has been shared by people who have received the update. Android 14 and OxygenOS 14 bring Fluid Cloud, File Dock, Content Extraction, and Smart Cutout to the phone.

On top of that, an improved Shelf experience is also being added, with more widget recommendations. Security and privacy get a boost too, and the same goes for overall performance improvements.

The company’s Aquamorphic Design has been upgraded too

OnePlus has also upgraded the Aquamorphic Design with “a natural, gentle, and clearer color style for a more comfortable color experience”. Aquamorphic-themed ringtones have been added too, and revamped system notifications sounds as well.

On top of all that, the OnePlus 10 Pro gets improved system animations, and also a carbon tracking AOD which visualizes the carbon emissions you avoid by walking, instead of driving.

As per usual, the update is rolling out OTA (Over-The-Air). Once again, it’s limited to Open Beta testers in India for now, even though it’s a stable update. It will spread very soon, though, both in India and globally.