Following the Oppo R11s smartphone, which began to be sold earlier this month, today the enlarged OnePlus 5T clone entered the market, which can already be purchased in China and several other Asian countries. The novelty is called Oppo R11s Plus, and it is equipped with almost the latest technology. It should immediately be noted that the companies OnePlus and Oppo one owner, so the appearance of their mobile devices is repeated (apparently for the sake of economy).
The Oppo R11s Plus smartphone features a 6.43-inch screen (6.01-inch from OnePlus 5T), with a resolution of 2160×1080 pixels (Full HD +) and an 18: 9 aspect ratio, a dual 20Mp core and 20MP front-facing cameras, a scanner fingerprints on the back cover, 8-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 6 GB of operative and 64 GB of permanent flash memory, a microSD memory card slot up to 256 GB inclusive, and a 4000 mAh battery with Quick Charge 4.0 .
Among other things, the enlarged clone OnePlus 5T is equipped with 4G LTE modules, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2 LE, GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, as well as a slot for installing two SIM-cards and a USB Type-C connector for recharging. The Oppo R11s Plus smartphone boasts a built-in ColorOS 3.2 firmware based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat a face scanner that recognizes the biometric appearance of the user over 128 key points. This function can be used to quickly unlock the phone, but only if there is light.
Starting today, everyone can buy an Oppo R11s Plus smartphone in China at the official recommended price of $ 560.
Contrary to everything, it seems that the Samsung Galaxy S6 can really get the Android 8.0 Oreo software update.
Samsung Galaxy S6 appeared in 2015. This may seem short-lived, but this is the time for software updates. When the Galaxy S6 came out, it ran on the now-ancient Android 5.0 Lollipop (from 2014). Since then, Google has made its debut in three new major versions of its Android operating system for mobile devices.
The problem for Galaxy S6 owners was that Samsung usually only provides two major updates for Android for each flagship. This means that we never expected that the Galaxy S6 will be updated after last year’s version of Android 7.0 Nougat.
The Reddit stream created by the user CyberConCoder contains information about the alleged conversations with four different representatives of Samsung customer support. According to the user, all four suggested that the Galaxy S6 will receive an update to Oreo – including one who asked his supervisor for clarity.
The screenshots were also included in the stream, although this by no means confirms that the conversations are correct. In addition, while chat-rep can often be the source of other confidential information, it often happens that they are mistaken. Even the user admits that we all need to “take it with a huge amount of salt”.
If this is true, however, this is great news for owners of the Galaxy S6 – and owners of other Samsung phones in general. If the Galaxy S6 gets three major versions of updates for Android, this may mean that the same is true for other Galaxy phones in the future. This would mean, for example, that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will receive an updated Android Q update, which we expect live in 2019.