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While updating the OnePlus 3T to Android P was mildly anticipated, the fact that the OnePlus 3 will also witness a firmware upgrade means, OnePlus is committing to overdo its two-year update policy. However, users will now have to stop expecting an update to Android 8.1 Oreo.
The Gallery app which now displays the build version as v2.6.71 features a new pencil icon which will let you choose from three video editing options. While clicking on the scissors will enable you to trip clippings of a video, the icon with a music note will allow you to apply background music.
The new updates will bring a few significant changes to the OnePlus 3 and 3T software. The company is said to push a stable update later this month.
OnePlus will be rolling out 2 years of regular software updates from the release date of the phone (release dates of T variants would be considered), along with new features. This simply means that the brand will provide the updates to OnePlus 3/3T till November 2018 and Android security patch till November 2019.
The update will be rolled out over-the-air (OTA). As usual, the update will be incremental meaning that the update will reach a small percentage of user today and it will be rolled out to broader users in a few days. Users can go to Settings > About > System Updates to check for the latest update.
The company is slowly and steadily adopting the latest services and it will bring this across the country over the next few months.
The OxygenOS Open Beta 30 update, which brings the popular Face Unlock feature along with some other additions as well.
If a Soft Gold Colour variant is launched, the new colour will be the fourth colour option after Black, Lava Red, and Star Wars Limited Edition.
The Ore-based beta update brings several new features including support for aptX/aptX HD, photo map in Gallery, emergency information along with several bug fixes and improvements.
The price category which was actually defined by OnePlus, today has a decent number of options.
Will it be able to take the company to new heights or not?
The Moto Z2 Play has a lot to offer with some sleek design, respectable specs and the modular concept, which is the core strength of Moto Z series. But is it enough to give stiff competition to its arch rivals?
Actually launched earlier than the Galaxy S8, globally, the LG G6 has been often criticised of its last year’s processor and the fact that the Galaxy S8 is probably the best smartphone right now. But all is not true. Know here why?
Launched back in January 2017, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro has won more than desirable sales figures for the company in the offline market.
The company is banking heavily on the camera department this time. But will it be successful?
Priced just over Rs 26,000, the Desire 10 Pro is already in a pool of death as we have the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T in that price range. However, let’s not presume things and head on for our review for the HTC Desire 10 Pro.
The device is available exclusively via Amazon India starting at Rs 29,999 for 64GB variant.