OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro already received a stable version of Android 10 last week. Apparently, the devices launched in 2018 are the brand's next priorities.
In this sense, OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T began to receive OxygenOS 9.0.9 and 9.0.17, respectively. This version does not yet bring Android 10, but according to the brand itself, prepares the devices for the major update.
Please note that in early September OnePlus released a beta for these devices in preparation for “major updates”. Now the stable release speaks in preparation for "later versions."
- Fixed bug with Screen Recorder;
- Reactivated the call function after the Internet network has been restored;
- This update will improve system-wide performance in preparation for later releases.
It is at this last point in OnePlus' statement that we focus on believing that users of these 2018 tops should not be slow to see Android 10 arrive.
This update arrives via OTA (over-the-air) automatically to users. Firstly, it reaches a restricted number of devices, reaching all over the next few days. On October 10th, OnePlus will be talking about Android 10 updates at its global event.
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