iTayGNR, Feb 5, 2019 : Let's be honest, the screens of OnePlus devices are big. Sometimes, even a bit too big. Since the OnePlus X we have not seen any compact device, and I personally know some people who give up on OnePlus because of the screen size, and the discomfort it may result for tiny-handed users. Coming from a Galaxy S8, I can say OnePlus is a huge upgrade. But there is this one feature I miss the most, and it's One handed mode. This simple-to-implement feature is still missing from Oxygen OS and I believe its implementation may lead to a growth in sales. Who are the users? Everyone with smaller hands than average. Especially noticeable for women and young people. Plus, no thumb can reach to the upper-side corner, so I believe all users may benefit from it. What is the proposed function? It's actually really simple; the OHM can be toggled by a gesture (I was thinking of a diagonal pull from the bottom corners like on Samsung devices, or maybe pulling down the navigation pill on Android Pie and up). I made a small demo for this behavior: This gesture makes the viewport smaller whilst keeps the aspect ratio of the screen, thus making the whole device a lot more accessible. What is the user value? As explained, the whole operation of the device is much easier for people with smaller hands, or just people who are not willing to use their both hands all the time for simple things like pulling the notification center or reaching anything in the action bar. If there are existing comparable functions in the smartphone industry, how is your proposed feature superior? This feature exists on other devices for years, but missing from Oxygen OS. It may not be superior in terms of functionality, but it is crucial for some users. In addition, I trust the folks at OnePlus to perfectly implement it, in such a way it will be better than what other competitors have. For example, Samsung does have OHM in their Samsung Experience but it's a bit sluggish and sometimes confusing, not mentioning the bad looks it has. I believe that my demo above shows the simplest implementation, while keeping the good-looking reputation of Oxygen OS features.