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OnePlus Seeks Suggestions For The Next Version Of OxygenOS

The popular flagship maker OnePlus uses a custom skin of Android in their devices and that is called OxygenOS, which is almost like stock Android and offers a fast and smooth experience. The company updates the OxygenOS in regular intervals and brings new features along with the fixes the bugs and improves the user experience. Well, now it seems that the company wants to hear from its fans as the company brings a new challenge called #PMChallenge and with this, the company seeks help to design the next feature of the OxygenOS.

Everything about #PMChallenge

OnePlus Seeks Suggestions For The Next Version Of OxygenOS

OnePlus fans can suggest their tech ideas and need to submit a product requirements document (PRD) along with the answers of few imperative questions in a new thread with #PMChallenge in the title. The questions include ‘who are the users?’ What is the proposed function? What is the user value? And if there are existing comparable functions in the smartphone industry, how is your proposed feature superior?

Fans of the smartphone brand have to explain the logic behind the requested feature and also needed to show directions and details through sketches along with the drawing of the screen and show the flow from screen to screen. The company has also provided a design principle post for the users to get the actual idea of what the company is looking for.

Having said that, if your idea is got selected then the winner will be chosen from the lot and name of his or her will be announced by mid-March and the winner will get a new smartphone for free of cost along with the launch event invite. If you have any cool idea in your mind then don’t forget to submit it and the last date of the submission is February 22. You can head over the link to know more about the #PMChallenge.

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