OnePlus won’t be Supporting Android 8.0’s OS Updates

OnePlus affirmed in its discussions yesterday that none of its present gadgets, including the 3/3T and the 5/5T, will bolster Project Treble, even after they’re updated to Android Oreo. Project Treble is an Android Oreo include that endeavors to address moderate Android update plans by enabling producers to push out Google’s latest OS without waiting on their chip partner, like Qualcomm, to help it.

At the season of Project Treble’s declaration, it appeared that any gadget updated to Oreo would be qualified to help the program and that producer would likely be keen on it. Presently, in any case, obviously, even gadgets running the latest OS won’t need to help the venture, implying that regardless of the possibility that your phone’s maker gives you Oreo, you aren’t ensured a quick update to the following OS. Just gadgets that ship with Android Oreo introduced out of the case will be required to include Project Treble, and, disappointingly, OnePlus’ latest smartphone, the 5T, ships with Android Nougat. (The same goes for the Razer Phone, which was reported recently.)

In any case, Google’s original Pixel phone bolsters Project Treble, and the Essential Phone is endeavoring to help the element, despite the fact that those phones initially transported with Android Nougat. So obviously including help is conceivable — regardless of the possibility that, a while after Oreo’s launch, it’s as yet uncommon. It isn’t really astonishing that OnePlus wouldn’t bolster Treble, given that it plainly has no issue releasing new smartphones with obsolete working frameworks, however, it would have been decent to see the organization focus on supporting Google’s objective of quicker updates and making the entire Android environment more predictable and present day.