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OnePlus 6 Will Have Android P Beta Available On Launch Day

Posted on the 09 May 2018 by Gadgetscanner @jdsoni7

The deal for OnePlus 6, one of the most anticipated upcoming smartphone of 2018, keeps getting better. While the phone is yet to be launched, it is one of the only few smartphones that will have Android P Beta (aka Developer Preview 2) available to download.

The company has also setup a dedicated R&D Team FSE (Fast, Stable, Efficient) that ensures ensures that OnePlus devices offer the fastest, and smoothest user experience available.

OnePlus is part of the earliest group of manufacturers working closely with Google to release their latest updates and features. OnePlus gained support from the developer community in 2014 with its first smartphone, the OnePlus One, which allowed users to fully customize the user interface using the Cyanogen OS.

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In early 2015, OnePlus launched Oxygen OS, its refined version of stock Android that retains a pure but fine-tuned experience. Oxygen OS evolves alongside the relationship between people and smartphones and discussions with members of the global OnePlus community.

Oxygen OS has allowed OnePlus to provide some of the industry’s fastest software updates. In 2017, the OnePlus 5 and 5T were some of the first devices to receive Android Oreo updates and the company prioritizes pushing out Android security patch updates within two months of release.

The company has also setup a dedicated R&D Team FSE (Fast, Stable, Efficient) that ensures ensures that OnePlus devices offer the fastest, and smoothest user experience available.

The company claims that more than 135,000 OnePlus community members had signed up to review the OnePlus 6 via The Lab program. Early OnePlus 6 adopters interested in trying the latest Android release can visit OnePlus website to try out the Android P beta.

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The CEO of OnePlus, Pete Lau said, “By empowering and trusting in our community we learned users want a fast, smooth, and clean user experience – something we call ‘burden-less. Beyond building the best possible Android phone, we work to provide more value to users by ensuring the smartphone experience is not dominated by bloatware and intrusive notifications. The creation of Team FSE (fast, smooth, efficient) helps create a recurring theme across all user reviews of OnePlus phone experiences as fast and smooth.”


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