It's rare that an Android phone would get more than two OS version updates in two years. But OnePlus is making it happen, though.
Only available in beta software for now, Project Treble functionality will soon roll out to all OnePlus 5 and 5T users over-the-air.
The policy applies to devices from the OnePlus 3 onwards and may allow that phone to get Android P. It's better than just presuming what updates will go on.
The official OnePlus forums have been inundated over the past week or so with complaints of fast OnePlus 6 battery drains after the OxygenOS 5.1.8 update.
It's only a few weeks old, but the OnePlus 6 has already received several semi-major software updates, the latest of which makes portrait selfies possible.
Already updated to Android 8.0 and then 8.1 Oreo, the OnePlus 5 and 5T are receiving another huge OTA goodie pack as we speak, including a convenient new gesture for screen-locking purposes.
In a Reddit post, one customer claims that the company removed the feature because of power drain issues. What really gives here?
Gone but not forgotten, the two year-old OnePlus 3 and 3T are being updated right now to OxygenOS 5.0.3, containing Face Unlock features and May security patches.
Speed is the game, OnePlus is the name. Will its latest Android smartphone keep up? It has 480fps video capture, a new Snapdragon 845 chip and a new storage option. All for a little more money than the OnePlus 5T.
The OnePlus 5 and 5T are now part of the less than one percent of the world's Android devices officially running 8.1 Oreo.
A vibrant looping ad starts the marketing campaign for real. Meanwhile, hints of the latest software wisp into view with a new certification.
The incubation of the Android 8.1 update is just beginning for Open Beta participants for their OnePlus 5T or OnePlus 5.
It was first seen on the OnePlus 5T. Now, among other things, facial recognition for the OnePlus 5 is here with this new software update.
The OnePlus 5T follows in the footsteps of the 5, 3T and 3 (instead of the other way around), scoring stable over-the-air Android 8.0 Oreo goodies today.
In fact, it's all thanks to leftover code and poor management from OnePlus between the Chinese-facing HydrogenOS and the world-facing OxygenOS.
OnePlus says the OxygenOS 5.0 update has a "bug" that needs fixing and, thus, will not be available anymore until things are fixed.
The newest OnePlus phone didn't launch with Android Oreo, but it is soon to get it with the beginning of this beta program.
OxygenOS 5.0 is in, but not Face Unlock just yet. The much-desired feature is going to be out in a future software update.
Android 8.0 is on the way for OnePlus 5 users, but there's still a moment to wait for OnePlus 5T owners. Where we stand at the moment.
Android 8.0's slow spread has reached a small milestone as OnePlus has started to move its 2016 devices onto the new operating system.
One hole is getting patched (somewhat) while another allows for personal data, including location, to be recorded, dumped and taken away.
It's a Qualcomm app and it's not really supposed to be on user-side software. Well, it is on user-side software with OxygenOS.
If you can live with a lot of bugs for the sake of trying out Android 8.0 Oreo before everyone else, OnePlus 3 and 3T betas are now available.