OnePlus brings its Bitmoji AOD to the OnePlus 8T in latest OxygenOS 11 update


Just last month, OnePlus released a new “feature” for the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro which introduced its Bitmoji Always-on Display. Today, the company has pushed a new OxygenOS 11 update to the OnePlus 8T that includes the same functionality. This latest update arrives with build and is rolling out to OnePlus 8T owners in North America, Europe, and India. 

With this new AOD display option, you can have your personal Bitmoji avatar greet you whenever you look at your phone. The avatar will update itself throughout the day based on what you’re doing along with whatever is going on around you.

Also included in this update is support for the OnePlus Buds Pro, which is slated to arrive in Europe on August 25, and in North America on September 1. And those who are in India will see a new app installed, as the OnePlus Store is now pre-installed with the build. However, OnePlus points out that if you don’t want to keep the app on your phone, you can simply uninstall it.

Here’s the full OxygenOS changelog from the OnePlus Forums post:


  • System
    • Newly adapted OnePlus Buds Pro and brought new powerful features
    • Newly added the screenshot feature for AOD
    • Fixed the failed issue of Navigation gestures in some scenes
    • Improved system stability and fixed known issues
    • Updated Android security patch to 2021.08
  • Camera
    • Optimized the portrait mode effect of the front camera
  • OnePlus Store (IN Only)
    • An intuitive and convenient way to manage your OnePlus account, get easy-to-access support, discover exciting members-only benefits, and shop for OnePlus products. (Please note that it can be uninstalled)
  • Ambient Display
    • Newly added Bitmoji AOD, co-designed with Snapchat, which will liven up the ambient display with your personal Bitmoji avatar. Your avatar will update throughout the day based on your activity and things happening around you (Path: Settings – Customization – Clock on ambient display – Bitmoji)

As expected, the company is rolling this update out in stages to ensure that there are no pesky bugs that made it through to the official build. If you haven’t received the update just yet, it will likely arrive within the next few days.


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