Previously in 2017, OnePlus verified that they will roll out their flagship handset OnePlus 6 in the quarter two of 2018. On the other hand, a new rumor emerged online previously this week suggesting that the firm may be operating on a mid-range handset dubbed as OnePlus X2.
The report hinted that this will be the heir of the OnePlus X that the firm rolled out back in 2015. As posted by GizChina, the handset is anticipated to feature a 5.5-inch screen and is claimed to be fueled by Snapdragon 835 processor by Qualcomm. The handset is anticipated to arrive with 16 MP selfie camera and 4 GB of RAM.
On the other hand, answering to this rumor the firm has refused the manufacturing of OnePlus X2 handset. Co-founder of OnePlus, Carl Pei, shifted to Twitter and unveiled that they have no aims of producing any OnePlus X2. In the similar thread he also posted, “Fake news is a huge threat to human civilization. Let’s all do our part in stopping it.”
Previous week, OnePlus began launching out Android 8.0 Oreo to OnePlus 5T handset in the form of OxygenOS 5.0.2. On the other hand, the firm soon paused the update owing to some problems. And now, the Chinese maker has started again the launch out to OnePlus 5T handset with OxygenOS 5.0.3.
There is no huge alteration in the upgrade just some additional bug fixes and the improvement for CPU weakness comprising Spectre assaults. The firm states that it is an OTA upgrade and it will reach shortly to all the OnePlus 5T consumers.
OnePlus recently rolled out the new color version of OnePlus 5T, its flagship handset. I addition to this, the company also has declared buyback proposal for the handset. The firm rolled out the scheme in 2015 and has now included OnePlus 5T to the catalog.