OnePlus 6 is all set for its global launch on May 16 and is arriving in India on May 17. And just days ahead of the OnePlus 6 formal debut, the company has announced the the availability of Android P Beta on the smartphone. Android P was announced as the Android Oreo successor a couple of months ago with the release of Developer Preview 1, and on Tuesday, the next milestone, Android P Beta (aka Developer Preview 2), was launched at Google I/O 2018. The OnePlus 6 Android P Beta will become available to download on May 16, the company has said.
Android P Open Beta For OnePlus 6
Although Google is already working to optimize Android P, the OS will not be ready for the stable channel for another few months. A more open Android beta program could mean that some OEMs want to guarantee faster OS updates for their flagships, and the Android P beta could significantly boost the appeal of the upcoming OnePlus 6.
OnePlus rocked the smartphone world by launching “flagship killer” smartphones with top-notch specs and more affordable prices than rival handsets with comparable specifications. It’s built a name for itself ever since it launched the OnePlus One back in 2014 and has grown significantly in recent years.
The OnePlus 6 could run OxygenOS on top of the latest Android version. The battery capacity has not yet been revealed yet, but the handset it expected to have support for its proprietary Dash Charge feature, and the confirmation of a glass back indicates it will also support wireless charging.