OnePlus has confirmed that it’s rolling out the Lollipop build of Android OS to OnePlus One starting today. Yes! The long-awaited OxygenOS is now available to the One smartphone users.
OnePlus today updated its OxygenOS update page, writing “Hi all, today we will launch,”alongside an official blog post. OnePlus One users can expect OxygenOS upgrade screen on their One smartphones anytime today. Or, head over to the OxygenOS page to get started.
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The update was supposed to be aired on March 27 last month, but was delayed due to some certification issues. Anyway, Happy Upgrading!
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