OnePlus has quickly converted itself from an obscure brand that very few had heard of to a household name in the smartphone market. It offers smartphones with excellent specifications and smooth software experience at a compelling price point. Its phones run OxygenOS, which offers plenty of features, including an option to record calls, without appearing bloated.
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Yesterday, OnePlus announced the rollout of the official Android 9.0 Pie update for the OnePlus 6. The official rollout comes less than a month after the company started the Android Pie OpenBeta program for the device.
Less than a month after releasing the first Open beta of OxygenOS based on Android 9.0 Pie for the OnePlus 6, the company has announced the official rollout of the update to the public.
Earlier today, OnePlus rolled out the first Open beta of OxygenOS based on Android 9.0 Pie for the OnePlus 6. The Open Beta comes after OnePlus released Developer Preview builds of Android P for the handset at regular intervals. Compared to the DP, the Open Beta packs more features and its more stable in nature as well.
OnePlus today rolled out the first Open Beta of Android 9.0 Pie for the OnePlus 6. An open beta means OnePlus 6 owners can sideload the update on their device manually if they wish to experience the latest version of Android on their device.
Yesterday, Xiaomi’s new sub-brand, Poco, unveiled its first smartphone in India: the Poco F1. The handset has managed to create quite a stir in the Indian smartphone market with its Rs 20,999 ($300) price tag and the specs it offers which includes a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB RAM, and a massive 4,000mAh battery.
OnePlus has offered a way for folks to try out pre-release software with the Open Beta program for quite some time now, but now the company is ready to let a select number of folks try out even earlier versions of software and features.
Right before the OnePlus 6 launched, there were reports of the next flagship handset from OnePlus making its way to the retail stores of a carrier in the United States. However, that did not happen as the OnePlus 6 continues to be sold unlocked in the United States without any carrier backing.