OnePlus Releases Its Own Android ROM
OnePlus recently revealed a custom-made version of Android for its One smartphones. OnePlus, a Chinese company, released the One last year, which ran a version of CyanogenMod based on Android 4.4 KitKat. OnePlus decided to go in a different direction with the new ROM, which is based on AOSP Android 5.0 Lollipop. OnePlus is calling the ROM an alpha and says it offers no features other than those included in the base level operating system. OnePlus will add features to the alpha over time until it is a more complete offering. The community preview is free to download, but requires One owners to wipe their phones in order to install it. The OnePlus One is a high-end, low-cost smartphone. Consumers can buy it online directly from OnePlus starting at $299. It is sold unlocked and without a carrier contract.
Review: OnePlus 3T
This unlocked Android smartphone from OnePlus is an excellent handset for the contract-averse. OnePlus took its excellent flagship phone from earlier this year and improved it with a round of fresh components under the hood.
OnePlus Says OnePlus 3 and 3T to Get Android O
Peter Lau, the CEO of OnePlus, said via his Twitter account that the company's top two phones will receive Android O. "A lot of you have been asking, so I'm proud to say Android O will come to OnePlus 3 and 3T," noted Lau.
OnePlus Says 8 GB Version of OnePlus 5 Available for Immediate Shipping
OnePlus today said the high-end variant of its OnePlus 5 smartphone is now more widely available to U.S. buyers.
OnePlus' OxygenOS Now Available for Download
OnePlus has released a full version of its Oxygen operating system for its One smartphone. OnePlus released an alpha version of the operating system in January, but the new release is stable enough for all users.
I use my phones daily and not going to try the alpha or beta version that the blog said is on their url.
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