Android P is here in beta form, and after having tried it, we can say without fear of making mistakes…
Android P is here in beta form, and after having tried it, we can say without fear of making mistakes that it is the best thing that has ever happened to Android. Unfortunately, not all of us will be able to enjoy it in our current terminal. Blissful fragmentation.
The fact is that, unfortunately, many smartphones, despite its high range will be without receiving this version officially, and that is the case of OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T, two terminals that left us with their mouths open when they were launched, and that summarized pretty well what OnePlus was as a company. Despite this, neither of these two terminals will receive the best version of Android’s history.
Unfortunately, fragmentation is something that is the order of the day in Android, and we can not avoid it, at least for now, and, due to the limited time that manufacturers give support to their terminals, after the update to Android Nougat and Android Oreo, the life cycle of these terminals has ended.
But, unfortunately, this has a trick. And, Android Marshmallow was the version with which both terminals came out, and it is logical if we think of the OnePlus 3, but not in the 3T.
And, in the month of October was when Android Nougat was launched for the Google Pixel, one month before the presentation of the OnePlus 3T. As you know, some companies work hand in hand with Google to adapt the new software of their company to their terminals before they leave, which OnePlus did not do, either because it could not or because it did not want
It is noteworthy that, for example, other terminals introduced in November 2016 as the HTC 10 will have this new version of Android, which would allow its users to get one more cycle of updates in their terminal, which the owners of the OnePlus 3T will not be able to enjoy.
Luckily, we always have custom ROMs, and OnePlus terminals have a large community behind them, we are sure that they will make their efforts to bring Android P to these terminals, or to try to adapt them to Project Treble, the answer we all expected by Google against fragmentation.
What do you think will happen?