The Chinese smartphone maker, OnePlus starts rolling out Android M to the OnePlus One. Earlier, Co-founder of the company, Carl Pei posted about the arrival of latest update to OnePlus One on Twitter.
OnePlus Smartphones Start Getting Android Marshmallow Update
OnePlus announced that it is rolling out new update to the users over a weekend, states its forum post.
The Android Marshmallow was previously expected to roll out in the first quarter of this year, however it took a u-turn. The company is also planning to roll out Android 6.0 to its latest smartphones as well. OnePlus 2 users can also try out a beta version of Oxygen OS 3.0 which is based on Google’s Marshmallow OS.
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OnePlus recently made Oxygen OS 2.2.1 update available for the OnePlus 2 users. When it comes to features, the new update came with RAW file support for the camera app. Moreover, technical issue with image corruption was also resolved. Romanian language support was included with the new update. The users also witnessed some improvements with connectivity features like Bluetooth, roaming issues and ultra sim compatibility too.
To recall, OnePlus features 5.5 inch LTPS [Sharp’s Low Temperature PolySilicon] IPS display with 1080×1920 pixel resolution. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor. It runs on Android 5.0 L. It comes with massive 3100 mAh batter and 13MP rear facing camera.