How Many OxygenOS/Android Update Will The OnePlus 11 Get?

OnePlus is all set to launch its latest OnePlus 11 smartphone in the market on February 7, and recently we got access to its overall design and some key specifications. The Chinese tech giant launched the same smartphone with Android 13-based ColorOS 13 in China earlier this year. Now, we can expect that the Global variant of the OnePlus 11 will ship with Android 13 and a new version of OxygenOS

Now, here’s the question: How many Android updates will the OnePlus 11 get in its lifetime? The answer is here; as per the report, the company announced new details about the upcoming smartphone updates. The company took to Twitter to confirm that the OnePlus 11 will get four generations of major OxygenOS/Android updates and five years of security patches.

OnePlus 11 OxygenOS/Android Updates:

In November 2022, OnePlus announced an expanded software policy that would apply to devices starting in the year 2023. With this announcement, the upcoming OnePlus 11 series will be the first and latest to support four Android/OxygenOS updates and five years of security patches. 

OnePlus 11 4 generations of OxygenOS/AndroidOS:

According to the information, the new OnePlus 11 will follow this policy. The 2023 flagship will eventually receive four major OS upgrades until Android 17, or whatever Google calls its mobile OS, in 2026.

OnePlus 11 5 years of security updates:

Moreover, the update support for the OnePlus 11 will continue in 2026. The upcoming flagship will receive security patches for five years after launch, as confirmed by the company, which means OnePlus will support these phones until at least 2028.

OnePlus 11 Specifications confirmed:

The OnePlus 11 smartphone is in first place in this upcoming Cloud 11 event. The all-new OnePlus 11 5G bears witness to the size of power and will come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, a triple camera with Hasselblad branding, and the return of the alert slider.

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