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Marshmallow upgrade schedule for OnePlus devices

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  1. ravi4ever KitKat Community Expert Nov 16, 2015


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  2. ravi4ever KitKat Community Expert Nov 16, 2015

    ravi4ever, Nov 16, 2015 :
    Yes CM update for OPO for Android M is expected by Q1 2016..
     

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  3. sur Jelly Bean Nov 16, 2015

    sur, Nov 16, 2015 :
    This good that we will have And. 6.0.
    But not good to wait almost 5 month.
     

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  4. ketanjain77 Eclair Nov 16, 2015


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  5. SoniaB Nougat Senior Moderator Nov 16, 2015


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  6. ketanjain77 Eclair Nov 16, 2015


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  7. pranav1234 Gingerbread Nov 16, 2015


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  8. deepakpandey030494 Donut Nov 16, 2015

    deepakpandey030494, Nov 16, 2015 :
    Thanks for coming up straight to us. Take your time. But please make it count.
    Speaking on behalf of many customers of oneplus 2,we appreciate ur transparency, but as our beloved service provider u should also try not to dissapoint us. Please make a more mature version of Oxygen OS, so that u guys don't have to provide OTA's on such regular basis to correct small bugs. Because waiting for OTA's is a bit tedious job.
     

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  9. kiran.sampathnr Honeycomb Nov 16, 2015

    kiran.sampathnr, Nov 16, 2015 :
    Thank you @Carl... We (OPO users) are eagerly waiting for the update on Oxygen OS, I know what you will say to this... But we want to try it out...
     

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  10. ishancns Donut Nov 16, 2015

    ishancns, Nov 16, 2015 :
    Oxygen os is near stock Android why do you need months to port oxygen. It looks like only one developer working on it.
     

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    maffs0, alexis.bosman and praneil2050 like this.
  11. aaron.hossain75 Lollipop Nov 16, 2015

    aaron.hossain75, Nov 16, 2015 :
    Awesome news!! See I told everyone that OP keeps promises LOL! :) Thanks for the official detailed answers! :p
     

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  12. sumii0626 Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 16, 2015

    sumii0626, Nov 16, 2015 :
    Yay <3 Reading this made me happier than my little girly shopping spree from earlier today LOL.
     

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  13. Robson KitKat Nov 16, 2015

    Robson, Nov 16, 2015 :
    Awesome Carl! Looking forward to test this beast with custom ROMs :)
     

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  14. sumii0626 Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 16, 2015

    sumii0626, Nov 16, 2015 :
    Shhhh, I'm trying to be positive. Better than it actually being half a year=June lol xD
     

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  15. souvikdas95 Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 16, 2015

    souvikdas95, Nov 16, 2015 :
    Get a OnePlus Two only if you have patience to wait for updates or can bear the stock ROM bugs or you are a developers and you don't give a shit about any other stuff... for consumers who keep changing phones every year, this flagship is a SUPER FLOP! When they said that it's gonna be 2016's flagship killer, they knew that in 2015, it's gonna be a flop because of Android L. In other words, they knew that only when they would launch the Android M, that all the bugs and issues will be solved - reason being that Android M by default, has far better Firmware support for the mssm8994 chip and its modules like camera, fingerprint sensors, radio ( baseband ), core temperature/thermal control, etc. However, that being said, now that mssm8996 ( SoC 820 ) has been announced, and with its so-so fact of being, due to launch with Xiaomi Mi5, this December, there again comes the competition for the so-said 2016's flagship killer. Samsung won't gain anything from all of these changes. The only competition here, between Nexus 6p, Xiaomi Mi5 and OnePlus Two. Rest all flagships don't and won't have the support in time, required enough to implement the same configurations, regardless of having the same hardwares. By the looks of it, though, Xiaomi Mi5 is going to have bugs, but regardless that, its processor's going to thrash the market. On the other side, OnePlus Two's logic/mystery behind downclocking and the so "working very close with Qualcomm" will be revealed, hopefully with drastic changes in performance and benchmarks ( since currently, it's not able to utilize the processor fully or if forced, drains the battery ). Nexus 6p on the other side, currently rules the market but Android M has yet to develop further, considering the latest stream of complaints on bugs from its users. Although there won't be any significant change, but only time will decide, what the 810 SoC is capable of, and whether Qualcomm's statement of "SoC 820 being 2x faster than SoC 810" would actually turn out to be true, or Not ( I believe the only reason why it would surpass Soc 810 would be due to its better Single Core operation due to less number of cores ( 4 ) and higher per-core frequency and the lesser corresponding heating/ battery drain and the fact that, most of the Apps on Appstore are not yet optimized for 8-core operation, as required by SoC 810. In other words, if the already so implemented simulation at the Software/Firmware level to simulate a Combined Effect of all Cores into Single Cores for corresponding Apps is Improved, then there is a scope. Naturally, even Apps would need to implement from their side to support 8-cores instead of running at compatibility states. That's only my Speculation. ) . In any case, 810 has a lot of potential that needs to be squeezed out of it. So, OP2 owners, keep calm and #NeverSettle
     

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  16. sumii0626 Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 16, 2015

    sumii0626, Nov 16, 2015 :
    If you think it's that easy, why don't you go and help them out =)
     

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  17. Pulimi Bhanu teja Eclair Nov 16, 2015


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  18. Martino1plus Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 16, 2015


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  19. Manas Eapen Jelly Bean Nov 16, 2015


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  20. harishke Froyo Nov 16, 2015

    harishke, Nov 16, 2015 :
    @Carl release source code for FP and take ur time for android m and release it when u feel comfortable