After the installation is complete, return to ‘+++++Go Back+++++’ and restart the device by choosing ‘reboot system now’. Your system has now been updated!
In other news, Vikas Agarwal, General Manager, OnePlus-India that the company will not discontinue the supply of any storage-variant of the OnePlus One in India. Instead, he said that people can expect a price drop in OnePlus One in the near future.
Talking about OnePlus 2, let’s take a look at the major differences between these two devices. In terms of camera, both devices have the same number of megapixels, but the Two has a 1.3micron lens which will result in superior lowlight performance. OnePlus had certain problems with Cyanogen OS use, due to legal issues with Micromax.
The new OnePlus 2 will therefore feature the newly developed Oxygen OS. According to the company, it will introduce some features that no smartphone user will see until Android M is released. The OnePlus 2 will also have a bigger battery along with dual-SIM support.
Stay tuned for more updates on OnePlus One!