OnePlus has officially acknowledged a bootloader vulnerability plaguing its OnePlus 6 flagship smartphone, saying a software update containing a fix for the problem will roll out soon. Here's what exactly the company has said:
We take security seriously at OnePlus. We are in contact with the security researcher, and a software update will be rolling out shortly.
The vulnerability, for those who aren't aware, allows someone with physical access to a OnePlus 6 device to boot any arbitrary modified image without unlocking the device bootloader, effectively giving the attacker complete control over the phone.
I have OP3, OP3T & OP6 and i admit its build quality is on par or even better compared to other android flagships and crapple. It's different from typical chinese phones...
Every brand has flaws. And oneplus we get all good features with a best price I tell you