OnePlus 6 coming with Android P Beta, Confirmed ahead of its Launch


OnePlus 6 coming with Android P Beta, Confirmed ahead of its Launch

OnePlus 6 is going to launch on 15th of May 2018 globally and arriving in India on 17th of May 2018. but just ahead of its launch yesterday company confirmed that the new OnePLus 6 will be getting Android P Beta on it. Android P was earlier announced as the Android Oreo successor. This was announced a couple of month ago and now yesterday the Android P Beta was launched at Google I/O 2018.

OnePlus always known for the fast software updates. The company said that Oneplus are one of the earliest groups of smartphone manufacturers who are working closely with the Google to release their latest updates and give the latest feature. They claimed that the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T was one of the first smartphone to receive Android Oreo Updates.

Moving towards the features of Android P. Google has announced the Android P couple of month ago. Yester day they announced Android P Beta with some more goodies that they did not showed off earlier. The new feature of Android P includes a notch and multi camera support functionality, improved notification panel, design changes, new security features and many more.

Coming towards the OnePlus 6, this is the most anticipated smartphone of this year. Everyday there is one news of OnePlus 6. Moving towards its specification which is conformed as of now, it will support 19:9 aspect ratio display with a notch at the top. It will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC coupled with 6GB RAM/8GB RAM and upto 256GB of internal storage option.

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