The OnePlus X gets updated from Oxygen OS 2.2.0 to 2.2.2
OnePlus might be dealing with a variety of issues now like their update to the OnePlus 3 bringing on battery issues and the fact that the units of their latest device are now out of stock in most European markets but that does not mean the manufacturer doesn’t have time for other devices that they have in the market.
Recently, it has been announced that the OnePlus X device would be getting itself a bump in its firmware version which would bring on board all of android system’s security patches up till the first day of July. This update would take the device from its current Oxygen OS version of build number 2.2.0 to 2.2.2.
Not only does this update address the issues of security as it also improves the performance of the device’s camera, improves the SwiftKey keyboard and some issues in the system too.
The update which is now available for downloads would cost you about 330MB of data and while it is odd that this brings in the July 1 patch instead of the July 5 upgrade, we can only hope that this one is just a forerunner for the latter.
In other news, the OnePlus One is already getting itself a 58MB update which brings no new features on board but brings the device up to speed on august security patches.
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