With the imminent launch of the OnePlus 5, the Never Settle company today announced that it will stop selling the OnePlus 3T. The company notes that it has limited stocks of the handset in its warehouse in Europe and UK and once it runs out, it will not be restocking the handset.
Last year, Samsung managed to sell its flagship handset — the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge — in excess of 45+ million units and that was despite the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7. This year, if the early impressions of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are anything to go by, Samsung is on track for another bumper year.
Every year, we see a bunch of Android flagships being launched with some new technological breakthrough. Last year, Samsung’s Galaxy S7 started the trend of waterproofing in flagship smartphones, while the Moto Z showed how modular phones of the future will work. In a bid to outdo each other, Android OEMs end up quickly copying such features to their next flagship handset. However, there is one feature that still remains exclusive to an excellent Android smartphone launched last year: OnePlus 3‘s Dash Charge.
OnePlus has started rolling out a relatively minor OxygenOS 4.1.3 update for the OnePlus 3 and 3T. The bug fixing update is still based on Android 7.1.1 and primarily aims to fix some of the bugs that were left lingering around after the previous OxygenOS update.
Over the weekend, OnePlus released a new OxygenOS open beta build for the OnePlus 3 and 3T. The latest beta brings a number of new features and perhaps most importantly improves the touch latency performance on the handsets.
OnePlus has started rolling out OxygenOS 4.1.0 update for the OnePlus 3 and 3T that is based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat and March security patch.
The OnePlus team has released the first open beta build of OxygenOS based on Android 7.1.1 for the OnePlus 3 and 3T. The open beta builds bring a number of new features and enhancements while also fixing some bugs.
The OxygenOS team over at OnePlus has started rolling out the OxygenOS 4.0.3 update for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T. The latest version comes with a number of bug fixes and improvements that have been plaguing the OS since the original Nougat update landed on the devices.
In 2013, it was discovered that many top tier OEMs were cheating in popular benchmarking apps by putting their Android devices into an overdrive mode. Since being publicly caught and shamed, many OEMs removed such behaviour from their devices. However, a new investigation from XDA folks reveals that some companies continue to indulge in such practices even now.