OnePlus Open finally receives Android 14 stable update!

OnePlus today begins rolling out the long-awaited Android 14-centric OxygenOS 14 stable update for OnePlus Open. The update is already available to many OnePlus Open users who participated in the beta testing program, the official update will be pushed to the public in a matter of time.

In the initial phase of rollout, the update goes live in India, it will also be available in other regions in the coming days. OnePlus plants the official version of Android 14 on its foldable smartphone with CPH2551_14.0.0.400(EX01) software version number.

Keep in mind that it is a major software upgrade and if your phone is on the OxygenOS 13, then the download size would be around 3-4GB or even more. However, if you participated in the beta program, then the incremental OTA weighs around 961MB in size, as confirmed by multiple users.

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OnePlus Open picks up the Android 14 update with a bunch of useful features including an upgraded Trinity Engine for a performance boost, new Smart Charging system, new privacy features including an additional layer of security when granting access to photos and videos for any app, Smart Touch feature which allows you selecting text, images, or videos and paste to the clipboard, new Snapchat widget for lock screen, and more.

Here’s the complete list of changes coming with Android 14 update for OnePlus Open.

  • Adds Aqua Dynamics, a way of interaction with morphing forms that allows you to view up-to-date information at a glance.
  • Smart efficiency
    • Adds File Dock, where you can drag and drop to transfer content between apps and devices.
    • Adds Content Extraction, a feature that can recognize and extract text and images from the screen with one tap.
    • Adds Smart Cutout, a feature that can separate multiple subjects in a photo from the background for copying or sharing.
  • Cross-device connectivity
    • Improves Shelf by adding more widget recommendations.
    • Security and privacy
    • Improves photo and video-related permission management for safer access by apps.
  • Performance optimization
    • Improves system stability, the launch speed of apps and the smoothness of animations.
  • Aquamorphic Design
    • Upgrades Aquamorphic Design with a natural, gentle, and clearer color style for a more comfortable color experience.
    • Adds Aquamorphic-themed ringtones and revamps the system notification sounds.
    • Improves system animations by making them even smoother.
  • User Care
    • Adds a carbon tracking AOD that visualizes the carbon emissions you avoid by walking instead of driving.

The wait is finally over, you can now upgrade your OnePlus Open to Android 14 based OxygenOS 14. It is currently in a rolling phase and will be available to everyone soon. You can also check the updates manually by navigating to Settings > System Updates.

Keep in mind that your phone is running on the newest software version, also take a backup of important data and charge your phone at least 50%.

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