OnePlus 3T, OnePlus 3 Android Pie Update begins as the adjacent closed beta registration
OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T were promised last year’s Android pie. The company has been very obscure about its rollout timeline, and has just started testing Android pies in China for its hydrogenOS version. Now, OnePlus has finally begun registration for Android Pie-based Oxygenos Closed Beta, in which an adjacent rollout process has begun, and is restoring hopes in OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T users. Closed beta registrations are for today only, after which users will not be able to participate.
Manu. OnePlus Global Product Operations Manager J has announced this development on the forums. They say that the beta registration closed for OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T users will be open only on March 23 at 2 pm GMT (7.30pm IST). You can become a part of the program only if you own OnePlus 3 or OnePlus 3T. , And registration are running on the SurveryMonkey website.
Manu. J. in the post, “We are working hard to cook the sweet pie, to make sure it is delicious, we want to invite some of you to taste it first and want to make sure Serve it in the rest of the community. To be part of the closed beta test, often a flashing build is required. and sometimes a clean flash is required, which can lead to data loss. Being a tester is fancy? Please apply. Opening the application until 2pm GMT 23/3/2016. “
To remember, OnePlus had announced in July last year that it will release Android 8.1 Oreo on OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T and update them directly to Android pies by the end of the year. Just before the end of 2018, CEO Pete Lau confirmed that the update will be delayed because developers need more time to work on Android pi updates for these phones.
Just one day before, the testing of new software in China began for the hydrogen version of the company’s Android overlay. Both phones were launched on Android Marshmallo, and since then regular Android version updates have been received, which are bringing them to android oreo. After the trial of the new software started, both phones can finally get Android 9 pie.
|* Good||* Bad|
|Great design and build||Sub-par low-light photography|
|Record-breaking performance||No expandable storage|
|Decent battery life|
|Fast and accurate fingerprint sensor|
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