It’s been some time since Android 11 released in the market and smartphone companies are now working on rolling out this new updated to their devices. OnePlus has already released the new OxygenOS update based on the Android 11 operating system to the flagship OnePlus 8 lineup.
Going by the roadmap shared by the company, the next devices in line to get the update this year is the OnePlus 7 and 7T. However, based on the new development, it seems that the new Android 11 update for these devices could get delayed.
The company has posted a message on OnePlus Forum informing users that the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T series smartphones are facing data decryption failer issues after upgrading the phones to Android 11. Thus, the company says that there will be a delay and it may not be able to stick to its original plan for the update rollout.
OnePlus also added that it is working with Qualcomm‘s technical team to fix this issue as soon as possible and it seems that the solution should be available within a week. The company added that if everything goes as per the plan, then the closed beta could be released this month and open beta soon after that.
Meanwhile, details of the company’s upcoming OnePlus 9 series flagship smartphones have started surfacing online. Recently, hands-on images of the OP9 were leaked online, showcasing its design as well as some key specifications. The next-generation smartphone series is expected to go official in March next year.
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