Having the flagship killer to be pushed out, being committed to having only the usage of faster refresh rate displays and to state that it could produce only somewhat affordable devices now since the hardware has been guaranteed to be a great experience. It has seemed that the new Nord devices of OnePlus may have landed in some way along with the mantra of “Never Settle” that the company applies on itself.
The most recent blow that has landed on the new devices would be that they do not seem to have gained enough support for their future. Having been written by OnePlus in a statement sent to Android Central, there has only been one Android version update that has been confirmed by the OnePlus company.
Yes, both of these devices will only be launching with an old software and also planning to keep their customers and users updated on what’s going on, but also having to abandon the commitments they had on the multi-year update that OnePlus should be having on its own regular devices, according to the sources of pocketlint.
This has risen itself to another question mark yet again since OnePlus’ move seems to veer towards the more budget-friendly area. Brands such as Nokia, which actually dominates one end in the market, has guaranteed about two more Android version updates and very recently, many companies that are beginning to offer three versions have begun to rise up and come out of their shells.
It actually seems way out of OnePlus’ characteristics, since they have risen to their fame with fans since it put their customers and users at the very centre of the business. Coming from the support of older devices for the past many years, it seems that the new affordable and budget-friendly device they are launching will most expectedly be disposable.
“The 5G Nord N10 and N100 will be receiving only one large Android update and updates worth a total of two years for the security. The plan bestowed on the two devices have aligned to the standards of the industry when it comes to making smartphones lie within the more affordable and budget-friendly price ranges,” reported by Android Central.
“As of the usual, our team will keep listening to the feedback provided coming from our users and also to look for ways for the improvement of software experience for all of the OnePlus devices.”
What has been known to be interesting here would be that OnePlus has been falling back to the “standards of the industry” argument. Having to only build its brand while trying to buck the trend and also wanting to be different and unique from the rest of the other smartphones in the industry, they have now been using that as their crook for the justification of their latest update policy.
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