We all know very well that the OnePlus 6 is the latest proposal of the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, OnePlus and with this new device, the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, OnePlus simply wants to conquer the market, fighting with the competition directly. However, now according to the latest reports, OnePlus 6 users complain that the latest version of Oxygen OS simply draining OnePlus 6 battery life.
OnePlus 6 – Do Not Install The Latest Oxygen OS Update
The OnePlus 6 is the latest proposal of the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, OnePlus and with this new device, the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, OnePlus simply wants to conquer the market, fighting with the competition directly.
However, as we all know very well that it has not been a problem-free market entry that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has been able to solve.
But as not everything is going well, a new problem seems to have come now. The latest update of Oxygen OS is causing serious problems with the battery life of this new smartphone.
Oxygen OS updates are constant and seek to improve the performance of the OnePlus device as well as solve problems and also bring new features to the equipment of the Chinese brand.
The most recent update, OxygenOS 5.1.8, was intended to solve some problems, but apparently seems to have brought new ones, probably more complicated and with greater impact for users. This time it is a failure of the battery and in the way the operating system manages the resources, causing the consumptions to fire.
The scenario is the same for a group of users, who describes the problem simply. After fully charging the OnePlus 6, and maintaining the normal consumption, the battery consumes much faster, having problems reaching more than 6 hours of use.
Other users describe another battery-related problem. When it reaches 50%, the equipment shuts off without any specific reason. Only after being reloaded the equipment allowing to be operated without any problems in this state.
In addition to these two complicated situations, other users of OP3 and OP3T. In this case, the battery also shuts off after a few hours, at rest, never exceeding 15%.
According to the observations made, everything points to a problem on the screen, which is consuming too much energy and therefore leads to extra energy consumption. Although OnePlus has not yet commented on the problem, a new update is expected to correct this situation very soon.
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