Things have been going steady for the OnePlus brand but the company is far behind when it comes to competing with the likes of Apple and Samsung. Updates come quicker in some areas, and not at all in others - this is no Apple, that's for sure. It may be due to the fact that OnePlus doesn't tinker too much with the software. That is aside from security updates, which OnePlus seems to be largely on-the-ball with across the board. The phones will not get any official update by now.
Coming to specs, the handset supports dual-SIM and runs OxygenOS 4.7 based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
In the past, it used to be a really tough time for users when manufacturers would simply skip the update and proceed with their new product. OnePlus was given some public flak for moving on to their next device before updating their 2 to the newest OS. It is a tradition of OnePlus to discontinue the old variant with the release of the successor. Recently, the Essential phone gets the Oreo beta update on the phone. Both smartphones have trialled an open beta of Android 8.0 Oreo since last month, and starting today, all users are receiving the ability to download the final build in the form of OnePlus' signature OxygenOS 5.0 update. The security patch has only been upgraded to September.
ONEPLUSThe One Plus 3 and One Plus 3T will get the bump to Oreo before the new flagship One Plus 5T
Android 8.0 Oreo is being offered as an OTA, over the air update fora limited number of users and will continue to be rolled out in lots so that there is no delay or any technical difficulties in bringing all OnePlus 3 and 3T users onboard.
As mentioned earlier, it's an incremental update.
OxygenOS is the OnePlus portion of the software included with any OnePlus smartphone. OxygenOS is analogous to the interior lining, paint, and details on the vehicle where the vehicle's motor and chassis are Android.More news: President Trump tweets about Marshawn Lynch after Patriots-Raiders
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