AnonD-804996, 08 Jan 2020Apple introduced this with iOS 13 back in September 2019.You mean copied or in other words copy paste from Sony and Asus.
I requested this feature to OnePlus software team with brief description, i guess 1½months ago before this feature rolled out.
Anonymous, 08 Jan 2020Yup, however they are making it wisely, without putting loads of crap features or apps you wil... moreMost of the above mentioned skins are lighter compared to 3 years back.
Plus hardware makes it run smooth inspite of being loaded with features.
Welcome to 2020. We aren't living in 2017.
Already had this feature in my Asus Zenfone 5Z.....,using it from last 18 months....,
So what Sony has since 2017
I think its best to allow for optional slow charging just like the Samsung phone does. No oneplus user charges their phones overnight.
Apple introduced this with iOS 13 back in September 2019.
Anonymous, 08 Jan 2020Already implemented by Asus. Oxygen OS is now playing catchup to MIUI, zen UI, color OS and o... moreYup, however they are making it wisely, without putting loads of crap features or apps you will never use while still maintaining simple and light OS.
Already implemented by Asus.
Oxygen OS is now playing catchup to MIUI, zen UI, color OS and others when it comes to new features.
Nothing new. Sony had it back in 2016. Now on Sony you can set time when you want to start and end battery care with 100% battery juice. Well, this should be standard feature already
i got it wayyyyy back then in 2018 when i got my hand on the zenfone 5z
This feature has been copied from Asus 5z. I had raised the same in One plus community app that this feature should be introduced in One plus.
This is so good, I wish more OEMs would do this kind of stuff that OP does.
Sony says Hii
Hahaha asus rog phone II already has this feature lol
Funny how people scream battery degeneration with quick charging while ironically they slow charge their phones to full 100% which increases the voltage and speeds up the ageing
And they think the are doing the right thing the whole time
When they could just get a quick charger and watch it charge to 80% in real time while the are AWAKE and make the battery last much longer
Well, because li-po/ li-ion life cycle will quickly burnouts if you charge it to 100% multiple times in a night.