Nov 22, 2016 07:00 AM EST
Chinese tech company One Plus is bringing some great news to users of “OnePlus 3T” and “One Plus 3” as the two android smartphones will receive an exciting update by the end of the year.
Both the “OnePlus 3T” and “One Plus 3” will receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update in November, and will be fully functional by December, according to Android Authority. That means that the same schedule will be available to users of both handset and owners beginning this next month and they will get the new feature at the same time unless some bugs or defects occur.
However, the beta program will only run in “OnePlus 3” and the “OnePlus 3T” will be excluded. This means that those who uses the “OnePlus 3T” device would not be getting any upgrades for the coming month.
Some rumors have even said that the OnePlus 3T will be shipped running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and not the Android Nougat. But that wouldn’t likely to happen.
On the other hand, the tech company has also confirmed that the “OnePlus 3” handset would not be available in the United States and In Europe but the “OnePlus 3T” are still on sale. OnePlus has finally considered to end its production with the “OnePlus 3” line therefore there will be no available in these areas. This might be because of the six-month flagship cycle of the brand but the tech company has not cot confirmed any explanation about this.
Meanwhile, OnePlus is suspected to release its new “OnePlus 3” successor, the “OnePlus 4” which might also have a better if not similar spec from its predecessor. The new handset might come out with a price point of $400.
The “OnePlus 3T” will be available in the United States on November 22, for a price of $439 (64GB) and $479 (128GB), respectively. While on November 28, the handset will begin selling in United Kingdom for £417.99 ($522 / €487) and £456 ($570 / €532), respectively, via O2 carrier. Buyers in United Kingdom might also purchase a slightly cheaper price directly in OnePlus that would only sell the “OnePlus 3T” for only £399 ($499 /€465) or £439 ($549 / €511).
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