15 May 2018
The OnePlus 6 has been hogging the spotlight for quite a while with all the leaks with regards to its performance in Geekbench and also images leaked on Twitter by the company’s brand ambassador in India. OnePlus has now announced that Android P beta will be coming to the upcoming OnePlus 6 which will be launched on the 16th of May. It seems like OnePlus, like Xiaomi with its Mi Mix 2S is attempting to bring what Google has been bringing to its Nexus and Pixel devices.
It’s a good thing to see more manufacturers set up to the plate and bring timely updates to their devices. Supposedly, Android P beta was developed in close partnership with Google. This means the beta is going to be worth waiting for and will be packed with all the new Android P features. The release of Android P beta for the OnePlus 6 will make OnePlus one of the few early adopters of Android P. It’s so early that Android P still hasn’t been named. It’s still not known what P would stand for. Here’s what Pete Lau, the CEO of OnePlus said about it:
By empowering and trusting in our community we learned users want a fast, smooth, and clean user experience – something we call ‘burden-less’. Beyond building the best possible Android phone, we work to provide more value to users by ensuring the smartphone experience is not dominated by bloatware and intrusive notifications. The creation of Team FSE (fast, smooth, efficient) helps create a recurring theme across all user reviews of OnePlus phone experiences as fast and smooth.
More details weren’t provided but we have a hunch that the company may be keeping the juicy details for the launch event of its OnePlus 6. Are you excited about the OnePlus 6? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!