The OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X have long been forgotten, stuck on an official version of Android that is a few years old. Luckily, unofficial Android 9.0 Pie updates for the handsets have been created.
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OnePlus has released its latest update for the 2, bumping its software up to OxygenOS 3.6.0, which includes the Android security patches from June - but the device remains on Android Marshmallow.
After a long and drawn out silence, OnePlus has finally confirmed that it will not be updating the OnePlus 2 with Android Nougat. The firm had some interesting light to shed on the subject.
Despite Android 7.0 Nougat remaining somewhat elusive, landing on less than 5% of devices, the OnePlus community is looking for answers when it comes to upgrades for the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X.
While the previous update got mixed reviews, it appears that OnePlus is back with a new and improved update for its OnePlus 2. OxygenOS 3.5.5 will start rolling out today.
OnePlus has finally given users hope, with regards to the Android 7.0 Nougat update. OnePlus 3 users will be getting the update by the end of the year, while OnePlus 2 users will get it in 2017.
OxygenOS 3.1.0 is now rolling out to the OnePlus 2 - but many owners of the handset have flooded its forums with complaints that various outstanding issues and bugs still haven't been addressed.
The company said in November that it would update its OnePlus 2 to Marshmallow in Q1 2016. Now, eight months after Google released Marshmallow, it's finally making its way to the OnePlus flagship.
OnePlus has announced that it will be selling smartphones through Amazon in the UK, starting with the OnePlus 2, which can be delivered in under an hour with Amazon Prime.
OnePlus has announced permanent price cuts to its handsets, including $50 off the 2 and X - and the company says it will refund the difference for anyone who bought its phones in the last 14 days.
OnePlus has launched the Loop VR headset, which will have a major role to play in the launch of the company's OnePlus 3 smartphone next month as customers will be able to buy the device in VR.
Evan Blass has posted an image on Twitter giving the best glimpse of the OnePlus 3 and its all-metal design so far. The device is said to feature an AMOLED display and a 3000mAh battery.
After reducing the price of its flagship '2' handset in various other markets last month, OnePlus has announced a permanent price cut of Rs.2,000 in India, which applies to both models of the device.
With OnePlus' new financing plans, you can purchase the OnePlus 2 for as low as $22.60 per month. The company now offers payment installment for both the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X.
OnePlus has rolled out the latest OxygenOS update for its flagship phone, the 2, bringing a range of improvements and additions - but it's still based on Lollipop, rather than Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
After withdrawing the OnePlus 2 16GB model from sale in North America and Europe last month, the company has now cut the price of the 64GB model, bringing it down to $349 USD / £249 GBP / €345 EUR.
The 16GB version of the OnePlus 2 will no longer be sold in the United States, Canada or Europe, as the company says it's "seen much greater interest" in the pricier 64GB model in those markets.
OnePlus' frustrating invite system will no longer play a part in sales of its second high-end handset from this weekend - and from December 5 to 7, you can buy a OnePlus X invite-free too.
OnePlus has acknowledged the recent issue with the OnePlus 2's USB Type-C to USB Type-A cable, and are offering refunds and replacements to those who purchased the standalone cable.
OnePlus has outlined plans to bring Marshmallow to its handsets - but while the One and 2 will both be upgraded in Q1 2016, there's not even an estimate on when the OnePlus X will get the update.
The recently announced OnePlus X mid-range smartphone will be sold only to invite holders for the first month, after which there will be more opportunities to purchase the device.
OnePlus has announced that customers can now purchase the OnePlus 2 within three days of receiving an invite instead of just 24 hours which was the previous limit to claim an invite.
In March, OnePlus said it was working on a "phone catering to a different type of audience; perhaps for those who appreciate design over specs" - and it seems it will finally be unveiled this month.
OnePlus apologized last month for having "messed up the launch of the OnePlus 2" - and it now says it will "make it up" to its customers by letting them buy the phone without an invite for one hour.
The OnePlus 2 is slightly more expensive than its predecessor, starting at $329 for the 16 GB model, but once again it features top-of-the-line hardware to deliver great value for your money.
The OnePlus 2 was unveiled in July, but is only now "shipping in meaningful numbers", leading its CEO to apologize for screwing up the launch like "we messed up the launch of the OnePlus One as well".
OnePlus has announced that shipments of the OnePlus 2 to the US and Canada will be delayed by 2 to 3 weeks. Those interested can still purchase a handset via invite tomorrow.
Just one week after the OnePlus 2 was unveiled, the company says it's already received more than two million reservations for the flagship-class handset, which offers high-end specs at modest prices.
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After the huge leak earlier today, there really wasn't much left to be revealed about the OnePlus 2. Luckily, OnePlus has kept pricing low on its new flagship, starting at $329 USD.
If you are even remotely interested in purchasing a 'OnePlus 2', chances are you will want to register your email in the new invite system. The OnePlus 2 will be announced later tonight.
The first images of the OnePlus Two have finally leaked online and besides showing off the design of the phone, they also confirm some of its features - and raise new questions about its camera.
OnePlus has revealed details of the changes it's made to the invite system for its new flagship, promising up to fifty times more launch inventory this time around along with a new 'reservation list'.
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OnePlus is continuing with its gradual trickle of information about their upcoming flagship, revealing a teaser image and more information about the battery of the smartphone in an AMA.
OnePlus is continuing to reveal bits and pieces of information about its upcoming smartphone and this time the company has posted about the RAM that will be packed into the device.
In its latest revelation about the OnePlus 2, the company's CEO Pete Lau has said that the new flagship-class handset - which will feature a Snapdragon 810 processor - will cost less than $450.
OnePlus is giving away its own iteration of Google's VR headset, 'Cardboard'. The headset will be available in limited quantity and will be used for OnePlus' upcoming launch event for the 'OnePlus 2'.
The OnePlus 2 is coming in July and today OnePlus debuted news of a fingerprint sensor on the device that will be faster than the 'Touch ID' sensor found on existing iPhone's.
In less than a month, OnePlus will unveil its newest flagship device, the OnePlus 2. While details have slowly been trickling out, it looks as though images of the device have found their way online.