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Android P is coming to the OnePlus 3 and 3T

  1. Bobbie63
    Marshmallow Apr 15, 2019

    Bobbie63 , Apr 15, 2019 :
    No of course not, haven't you heard, IPhone 5 became faster every update. :rolleyes:
     

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  2. Bobbie63
    Marshmallow Apr 15, 2019

    Bobbie63 , Apr 15, 2019 :
    Is this a genuine question??
     

  3. Android450
    Marshmallow Apr 15, 2019

    Android450 , Apr 15, 2019 :
    Age of the battery, components ect. We can take the iPhone 6/6s for example. The phone could no longer handle being used at full potential without the device shutting down (save for changing the battery) this device is near 3 years old. There needs to be optimization to make sure that it can still work as best as it can given its age My OP3 is still in use still fast, still a champ. Based on what people are saying about the closed beta on first impressions their devices are just fine

    Stop putting so much merit on some numbers instead of real use
     

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  4. OPO OOS lover
    Jelly Bean Apr 15, 2019

    OPO OOS lover , Apr 15, 2019 :
    Yeah sure :):)
    But please read this also don't believe in me 100 percent-
    ["Bobbie63, member: 947490"]Sounds about right, also we don't know how long the closed beta took for these devices and there might be a slight difference between OP5(T) and OP3(T), as I don't expect an A/B partition on OP3(T) (don't know the amount of work involved that though)

    This might be true also since OnePlus 3/3T also doesn't have Project Treble

    Source- In page 716
     

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  5. Bobbie63
    Marshmallow Apr 15, 2019

    Bobbie63 , Apr 15, 2019 :
    Oh and you forgot to mention he's a month off (or he's from some timezone I'm not aware off)
     

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  6. Topper_Gas
    Jelly Bean Apr 15, 2019

    Topper_Gas , Apr 15, 2019 :
    Is there any evidence he did all 3 tests on the same day, or were the Nougat & Oreo tests the ones he carried out when those updates first landed? If he did was it a case of the device taking such a bashing in one day it started to suffer with each addition test carried out, given that most users running the first unofficial CB aren't suggesting the devices is any slower post the update. Users of the HydrogenOS OB are also giving mainly positive feedback.
     

  7. xythiii
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 15, 2019

    xythiii , Apr 15, 2019 :
    I think i might go with Nitrogen os, till op7 comes out than switch to op7 or another phone...
     

  8. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Apr 15, 2019

    ghostofcain , Apr 15, 2019 :
    And?

    You do realise, of course, that after installing a ROM, android needs to optimise? That takes at least 4 - 5 charge cycles, so why would you expect anything else comparing un-optimised builds?
     
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  9. Bobbie63
    Marshmallow Apr 15, 2019

    Bobbie63 , Apr 15, 2019 :
    And go for AndrIOS 12 1/2?
     

  10. Topper_Gas
    Jelly Bean Apr 15, 2019

    Topper_Gas , Apr 15, 2019 :
    But what are you going to gain for a month or two when the present Oreo build is rock stable? Plus the first Pie build must surely be out within the next month.
     

  11. xythiii
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 15, 2019

    xythiii , Apr 15, 2019 :
    Nitrogen os is well built developer s have work over 4 months on pie, is stable and performance is even better than this early builds of oxygen os.... im just tired of waiting
     

  12. Kwame_Nyarko
    Eclair Apr 15, 2019


  13. Andrei R.
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 15, 2019

    Andrei R. , Apr 15, 2019 :
    Oh, guys. Please, have you heard about the Mercedes-Benz Cobra? We have the technology for things we would enjoy for many years, but who wants that when it doesn't help the company at all other than reputation. I strongly believe every update slows phones down. For what reason out of the 2, goo knows. Either they want us to buy another phone as soon as possible, either the battery can't keep up with the processor's voltage need. Sadly I think it's the first one…
     

  14. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Apr 15, 2019

    ghostofcain , Apr 15, 2019 :
    I assume if you truly believe, OnePlus are intentionally slowing phones down with updates, that you will never spend another cent with them?
     

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  15. Andrei R.
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 15, 2019

    Andrei R. , Apr 15, 2019 :
    Who doesn't slow their phones down?
     

  16. Android450
    Marshmallow Apr 15, 2019

    Android450 , Apr 15, 2019 :
    That would be the logical choice
     

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  17. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Apr 15, 2019

    ghostofcain , Apr 15, 2019 :
    I've never seen a slow down on OnePlus or Huawei devices. If an update was pushed with the intention of slowing the device down, a la Apple, then the manufacturer would face a class action lawsuit in the US, at least.
     

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  18. cmitchellshaw
    KitKat Apr 15, 2019

    cmitchellshaw , Apr 15, 2019 :
    No! That only works on iDroid. Has bad battery backup on all else.
     

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  19. cmitchellshaw
    KitKat Apr 15, 2019

    cmitchellshaw , Apr 15, 2019 :
    idk about closed beta (which — after all was expected to be buggy (that is the beta part of it), but LinageOS 16 (Android 9) on my OP3 is faster than ever and buttery smooth. For a three year old phone, it is still running STRONG.
     

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  20. Android450
    Marshmallow Apr 15, 2019

    Android450 , Apr 15, 2019 :
    I hope those benchmark numbers backup your experience :p you know benchmarks are all that matters.
     
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