OnePlus announced in its official forum that the Android 5.1-based OxygenOS will debut alongside the hotly anticipated OnePlus 2. The Chinese manufacturer is hard at work on the successor of OnePlus One at the moment.
OxygenOS arrived on the OnePlus One back in April - the currently available build of the custom ROM is based on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop. The manufacturer promises to increase the speed of its updates once OnePlus 2 debuts. OxygenOS will then be the company’s only ROM.
A CM12.1 ROM based on Android 5.1 Lollipop will arrive soon for the OnePlus One. The company has a preview build currently in testing.
Furthermore, OnePlus will soon release a fix for the One’s touchscreen issues. Both OxygenOS and CM devices will receive the patch.
OnePlus 2 was confirmed earlier today. The device is expected to debut in Q3 this year.