The next device to sport Android Marshmallow will be the OnePlus One. Last week, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei took to Twitter and shared the news.
Howevever, closer to the weekend, in a forum post, OnePlus announced that the update was rolling out to users over the weekend.
The Android Marshmallow update was originally promised to arrive in the first quarter of this year, but clearly, that did not happen. The company is also working on bringing Android 6.0 to its more recent smartphones as well. OnePlus 2 owners can already try out a beta version of Oxygen OS 3.0, which is based on Google’s Marshmallow mobile operating system.
Recently, OnePlus rolled out its Oxygen OS 2.2.1 update for OnePlus 2 users. In terms of features, the new update brought RAW file support for the default camera app. Another technical issue with image corruption in the camera was also fixed. Romanian language support was added in this update as well. Lastly, the update also saw some improvements with connectivity features such as Bluetooth, roaming issues and ultra-SIM compatibility as well.
The OnePlus One sports a large 5.5-inch LTPS (Sharp’s Low Temperature PolySilicon) IPS display with 1080×1920 pixel resolution. The device runs Android 5.0 Lollipop and you can either have the Cyanogen OS 12 or OnePlus’ proprietary OxygenOS on it. The One is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and features a 13MP camera along with a 3100 mAh battery.