OnePlus Mobile Users Will Now Encounter The Most Up-to-Date & More Secure With Four Generations Of OxygenOS
Yesterday finally, in the OnePlus Cloud 11 event company raised the curtains from 2023 most anticipated OnePlus 11, OnePlus 11R, OnePlus TV 65”, and more. with this, curiosity of OnePlus fan has been doubled and so much excited for the first sale. On the other hand, OnePlus is currently improving its device’s performance, security, and vulnerability, fixing known bugs via the January 2023 update.
Software update is necessary for every device, because updates bring new features, improvements, fixes, and more for better performance of the device. Also, OnePlus smartphones run their own developed software system – OxygenOS, on top of Android OS. The Chinese tech giant is providing a variety of OxygenOS firmware updates, including major Android OS and minor security OTAs. Recently, OnePlus promised that select 2023 phones would get four major Android updates.
New Update Policy For 2023 Released And Later Devices:
As per the community report, OnePlus has an announcement to commit to a longer support period for some upcoming smartphones. The company will deliver four major Android OS updates and five years of security updates to selected devices launched in 2023 and beyond.
But a company representative didn’t confirm which of its phones would benefit from this extended support period, meaning it’s unclear whether it’s just OnePlus flagship phones or will apply to the midrange Nord lineup as well.
OnePlus Update Policy For 2022 Released And Older Devices:
As of now, OnePlus offers three major OS version upgrades and four years of security updates to its flagship devices like the OnePlus 10 Pro and OnePlus 10T, while the mid-range like the OnePlus Nord 2T will receive the two major Android OS updates and three years of security patches. On the other hand, the company will be committed to just one Android OS update and two years of security updates for affordable phones like the Nord N300.
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