Smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has been hard at work in recent months, and a new event will make fans happy. The OnePlus 6 and 6T smartphones will receive new updates which add performance improvements and a selection of big fixes. They also pave the way for an Android 10 upgrade which should be offered in the following months.
A high-ranking OnePlus employee announced the update with the help of a post on the OnePlus Forums. The post is accompanied by a changelog which mentions that the updates will prefer the devices for later versions. At this point, it is not clear what later versions mean, but many speculate that it may suggest that an Android 10 update will be released soon.
An open beta test has been available for the OnePlus 6, and OnePlus 6T smartphones and a global launch could be around the corner. The updates are also filled with bug fixes for the two devices. OnePlus 6 receives the 9.0.9 while the OnePlus 6T will be updated to version 9.0.17. Among the bug fixes, we can count recurring crash problem associated with the screen recorder which is bundled with OxygenOS. Users will also regain the ability to perform calls after a network reset took place.
The updates include a selection of tweaks which aim to improve the general performance of the device, which is great for users who wish to keep their devices in the long run.
OnePlus has been quite busy as the OnePlus 7T was released recently. The anticipated device arrives with an impressive triple-camera setup and an enhanced camera app. According to reviews, the device is a great choice for people who wish to acquire a device with flagship specs and an affordable price.
The OnePlus employee stated that a definite release date for Android 10 would be announced at a later date, and encouraged fans to be patient.