If you own a OnePlus 3, you can install an early version of Android 7.0 right now.
This is an unfinished version of OnePlus' OxygenOS based on Nougat, so it's only meant for those of you who are feeling adventurous and don't mind running beta software on your phones. To get the update now, you will need to manually install it by downloading a ZIP file, and then following the instructions located here. The update was announced Wednesday on OnePlus' forums:
The beta build includes a new notification design, new Settings menu design, a multi-window view, notification direct reply, custom DPI support, added status bar icon options, added quick launch for third-party applications, and improved shelf customisation, among other things. Because it's a beta, there may be some issues with the build, such as Android Pay not working properly and various stability and performance bugs.
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As for the OnePlus 3T, here's what OnePlus' Carl Pei has said about that phone getting the update: