OnePlus One Users Can Now Install a Stable Android 5.1.1 Version!

And now, with the release of the OnePlus Two, the company didn’t really have this advantage and they had to rely on their previous fame generated from the first phone. That ended up causing more problems than it solved though, as people already had high expectations for the phone after they saw the original.

Some were even claiming that the OnePlus Two felt “cheap” and was below what they expected from the company’s second important release. And while those opinions are of course entirely subjective, it is true that the launch of the Two was significantly less impressive than that of the first phone.

What’s in store for the future of the OnePlus line of phones? They still have a large, active following of people who would gladly wait for another release, and we wouldn’t be surprised if OnePlus were already working on something new behind the scenes.

But this time, they should definitely take a step back and reevaluate their approach to marketing if they want to succeed. Because they don’t have many more chances to get it right – if they mess up the next release, the brand name will quickly fade into obscurity and people are going to forget about them. It wouldn’t be the first time someone has appeared on the Android market briefly and then faded away, although in this particular case it would be quite sad.

One comment

  1. Hi,

    Even with the latest update, i am facing issues with mail sync, address book sync, phonebook listing etc. Earlier version was much better and stable

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