Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has starting rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based update on its first smartphone, OnePlus One.
Posting it on its official blog, the company said that it has started rolling out the update Cyanogen OS 13, based on the latest Android version, to OnePlus One.
The post said, “Our friends over at Cyanogen have informed us that CM 13.0 (ZNH0EAS26M) based on Marshmallow will drop starting tomorrow. The rollout will be staged so only some of you (random) will get it at first, and as always, patience is appreciated.”
Earlier, co-founder of the company Carl Pei took this announcement to his Twitter handle, where he said that Marshmallow update for OnePlus One was in the final testing stage.
Launched in 2014, OnePlus One was powered by Cynogen OS, while OnePlus 2 and the OnePlus X came with the company’s own OxygenOS.
In March, OnePlus 2, the successor to One Plus One, too received the Android 6.0-based OxygenOS 3.0 update.
The company recently slashed the price of its OnePlus X and OnePlus 2 smartphones in India. The OnePlus X 16GB Onyx version is now available for Rs 14,999 instead of Rs 16,999 on Amazon India, while the 16GB version of the OnePlus 2 smartphone costs Rs 20,999 and the 64GB version will be available for Rs 22,999.