The long wait is finally over. OnePlus just revealed when OnePlus3 and 3T users can download and install Android 7.0 Nougat on their mobile devices. Last year, the company promised that they would give out the update before the year ends. And they almost didn’t make it.
On December 31, the co-founder of OnePlus Carl Pei confirmed when the OS system will drop. OxygenOS 4.0 began to roll out during the last hours of 2016. New features include a software update such as new notifications and menu settings design.
Following its bump up to Android 7.0 Nougat, OnePlus also did a few modifications with the multi-window view. OnePlus3 and OnePlus 3T users are also capable of taking action and replying to messages within the notification itself. Quite impressive as this is the first time it happened for OxygenOS. In the company blog, Pei wrote that for those who were using the previous versions of OnePlus 3, the company appreciates their feedback and reaching out to them.
He also promised to improve in other key areas. He thanked the consumers for their patience and looks forward to hearing from them. OnePlus announced that the software upgrade will be available to owners through an update over-the-air per express.co.uk.
Dash Charging by Emily Ratajkowski
OnePlus just came out a campaign to explain their innovative technology about Dash Charge. And what better way to attract consumers than to get actress and supermodel Emily Ratajkowski to do the job?
Dash Charge is in a league of its own. Check out some other things that are fast. pic.twitter.com/hjb9sxq2HP
— OnePlus (@oneplus) October 20, 2016
In the YouTube video, Ratajkowski explains how you can quickly, efficiently, and safely charge your phones without them getting hot. The clip isn’t only informative and easy to understand, it’s also very entertaining. A smart move for OnePlus for taking the supermodel in to become their spokesperson per the irishexaminer.com.
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