OnePlus carried out Android 10 to the OnePlus 6 and 6T generally rapidly, though with a few bugs at first. In any case, the previous flagships got a steady Android 10 update within a quarter of a year of Google releasing the OS publicly, a lot quicker turnaround than some of OnePlus’ contemporaries made do with their gadgets.
Be that as it may, a great deal has changed since late 2019. While Samsung, Nokia and even LG have vowed to up their games with regards to software support, OnePlus has failed. In reasonableness to OnePlus, it updated the OnePlus 8 and 8T to Android 11 rapidly, yet it took until March for the organization to finalize Google’s most recent OS for the OnePlus 7 and 7T. Google delivered Android 11 on September 8 2020, implying that it took OnePlus more than a half year to carry the OS to gadgets that were a generation old.
Presently, OnePlus has declared that the primary Android 11 Open Beta for the OnePlus 6 and 6T will show up ‘at the end of August’. In the event that OnePlus repeats the fourteen days break from the Android 11 Open Beta to a steady form as it did with Android 10, at that point the OnePlus 6 and 6T won’t get Android 11 until mid-September at the soonest.
For context, Google has released new versions of Android in August or September since Android Nougat in 2016. Apparently, it will keep on doing as such with Android 12, which has effectively arrived at Developer Preview 3. Thus, it appears to be likely that the Pixel 3 and 3 XL, which Google declared almost three weeks before OnePlus did the 6T, will get Android 12 as the 6 and 6T are accepting Android 11.
In short, OnePlus keeps on giving the impression that it is useful for one OS update. From that point forward, and you might be standing by almost two years between OS updates, similar to the case with the OnePlus 6 and 6T.