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.
For OnePlus 3 owners who aren’t afraid to put some beta software on their device, OnePlus has a surprise.
Both Qualcomm and OnePlus have shown their excitement for an upcoming handset in the form of Twitter teases.
It hasn’t even been half a year since OnePlus launched its latest flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 3, but apparently there’s something new coming.
OnePlus today released its second update to the community build of OxygenOS 3.5 for the OnePlus 3. Still based on Marshmallow, OxygenOS 3.5.2 comes with a number of new minor usability improvements and additions along with bug fixes.
Chinese OEMs have taken over the smartphone market, but there are very few Android devices in the market that have been executed like the OnePlus 3. The handset’s beautiful aluminium design is paired with powerful hardware and a decent software to offer a top-notch smartphone experience.