A OnePlus spokeswoman confirmed the mistake to Engadget, and said that the person who wrote the slide was not a…
A OnePlus spokeswoman confirmed the mistake to Engadget, and said that the person who wrote the slide was not a native English speaker. As a result, our original report was mistaken (we have since updated the story), but the issues here run deep. OnePlus spokespeople confirmed to Engadget that its phone would indeed be the first device with a Snapdragon 855 chipset. ]
“We appreciate the opportunity to clarify that we will be one of the most important ones.” any of its employees even noticed the problem.
“We appreciate the opportunity to clarify that we will be one of the first to have access to, and use, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, and apologies for the miscommunication, “a spokesperson said in a statement.
The confusion appears to center around the use of the word” feature “- some inside apparently believed Det var ved at sige at telefonen skulle være den første til funktionen på 855, det var faktisk sagt at selskapet var først til å få tilgang til den chipset fra Qualcomm. Selv om det kan være rigtigt, er det sprog, der anvendes i billedfremvisningen, til et internationalt publikum af journalister, der er tydeligt foreslået. The confusion ran so deep that members of the OnePlus social media team trumpeted the announcement on Twitter, apparently unaware of the miscommunication.
At least Qualcomm does not appear to be concerned about the mistake. When asked for comment, a spokeswoman told Engadget that” it’s on not us to claim which partner is going to be first to do anything. “Even with that being the case, the very public nature of the error also calls into question OnePlus’s overall maturity as a company.
OnePlus shipped its first smartphone in 2014 , og har lycket med at vokse en viet base af brugere rundt om i verden, men fremskridtet har Nota: De kreditkortoplysninger om op til 40.000 OnePlus-brugere blev taget imellem mellem november 2017 og januar 2018, og før det, selskabet inadvertently forlod en bakdør åben i visse enheder, der tillod adgang til computeren uden at have to unlock its bootloader first. Og mindre enn en måned før det, slår selskabet i brukernes og privatlivets advokater når det ble avslørt at OnePlus-enheter overliste personlig identifiserbar informasjon til selskapet uten spesifisert brukertillatelse.
OnePlus’s on-stage mistake is one of the Company’s more public (and probably most embarrassing) errors, but it’s only one of a handful of notable mistakes made in the past two years. As OnePlus’s profile continues to rise, we can only hope that it more consistently tries to address issues like these (and others) before they start to seriously impact the company’s business.