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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.
The OnePlus X has been long forgotten, but when it was first released, it was an affordable alternative that was beautifully crafted. Now, it looks like OnePlus could be reviving the X line in 2018.
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.
In November, OnePlus said it would bring Marshmallow to the X "as soon as possible". Now, 51 weeks after Marshmallow was released, the update is finally rolling out to the device as OxygenOS 3.1.2.
Almost eleven months after Marshmallow was originally released, a preview build of OxygenOS 3.1.0 - based on Android 6.0.1 - is now available for the OnePlus X, but there are some known issues.
OnePlus has rolled out an update for its OnePlus X handset. The update will not offer Marshmallow, but will instead have smaller updates and also include Google's June Android security patches.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau says the company won't launch a successor to the mid-range X, as it intends to focus solely on "true flagships" - but look out for more OnePlus 'lifestyle' products, such as bags.
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 is rolling out its latest OxygenOS update to the X, but there's still no indication of when it will bring Android 6.0 to its devices, after missing its Q1 upgrade target for the OnePlus 2.
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 announced that the X, its newest handset, is now invite-free after going on sale in November - but it's raising the price of its Power Bank battery pack, having been selling it at a loss.
While the OnePlus 2 no longer requires an invite, the OnePlus X still does - but until midnight on Thursday, you can buy the X in the EU with no invite and with free standard shipping included.
Always fancied a pure Android experience in a premium designed body at reasonable prices? Today you'll be able to grab yourself the OnePlus X handset without the need to obtain an invite.
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.
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OnePlus is no longer the new kid on the block and has returned this year with two handsets. The OnePlus 2 is its flagship offering, while the 'X' strives to offer an opulent experience for $249.
If you live in the United States or Canada, you'll now be able to order a OnePlus X direct from OnePlus themselves without having to go through a reseller.
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.
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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 says its new handset - which features a Snapdragon 801 CPU, 3GB RAM and 16GB storage - is "a work of art", and alongside the standard model, it will offer a limited edition 'Ceramic' variant.
A seller has already listed the upcoming OnePlus X along with the complete list of specifications which are very similar to the original OnePlus One smartphone from last year.
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.