In May, CyanogenMod reverted the latest touchscreen firmware for the company’s flagship, the One, due to excessive battery drain.
OnePlus One: Specs, News, Features, Reviews & Apps
OnePlus today announced that it is permanently reducing the price of its flagship killer — the OnePlus One — to $249.
Updated touch panel firmware with no battery drain for the OnePlus One merged in latest CyanogenMod nightlies
Last month, the OnePlus team was finally able to eliminate all touchscreen issues on the One with a new touch panel firmware from Synaptics. However, the company’s success was short lived as the firmware led to a terrible battery drain with double tap to wake enabled, which ultimately forced it to pull back the firmware.
OnePlus today announced that it will be offering the OnePlus One at a $50 discount in a flash sale that will last through June 1-7.
OnePlus made plenty of waves in 2014, and it looks like the company plans on keeping that trend alive moving into the middle part of 2015.
Late last week, the OnePlus and CyanogenMod team added a new touchscreen firmware from Synaptics to CM12.1/12 nightlies that fixed the touch screen issues plaguing the handset right from its launch.
The OnePlus One was easily among the most popular handsets of 2014, but it also came with its own fair share of issues. The biggest issue surrounding the handset has been its poor touchscreen performance.
OnePlus today announced that all the legal proceedings between the company, Micromax and Cyanogen Inc. have been resolved through mutual consent, and that the OnePlus One will continue to receive future Cyanogen OS updates in India.
At the Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing, Cyanogen Inc.’s Steve Kondik and Kirt McMaster have revealed that the company is parting ways with OnePlus.