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Parting With CyanogenMod: OnePlus Forking Own Android, Oxygen

Parting With CyanogenMod: OnePlus Forking Own Android, Oxygen

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Never Settle is the motto of this smartphone maker and like everybody else, it is forking its own custom Android to give a taste of their motto, ahead of splitting with CyanogenMod. It is supposed to be called Oxygen.

 Never Settle is the motto of this smartphone maker and like everybody else, it is forking its own custom Android to give a taste of their motto, ahead of splitting with CyanogenMod. It is supposed to be called Oxygen.
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 OnePlus made their global launch a year ago and came up with products that were at par with Samsung and Sony, but at a lot less price bracket. Their base was Cyanogen owing to its advantages over stock Android, but recently things havent been going too well and just after CES 2015, they have decided to split up. Lately, all major smartphone makers are fading away with new startups, emerging with better handsets and, above all, with much developed and friendly operating system running at its heart. 

 Android has provided them a base platform, which, owing to their lot of bugs has created this new marketplace for custom OS. Unsurprisingly the latest name is Oxygen from OnePlus. The world knows that OnePlus is the fastest growing smartphone in the world with just one release, its first release of One. A rival manufacturer in the Indian market, which had a prior contract with Cyanogen to release handsets based on this OS was violated with OnePlus, called for a ban of this device soon after their release of One. 

 This resulted in forcing these "never settle" people release their own Oxygen. After MIUI from Xiaomi, this is another bold attempt from a Chinese smartphone maker to reach out globally with reincarnated Android smartphones and deliver the best experience to their first-time users. There is not much information on the specs of this new flavor, but some things can be well predicted that it would be "open source" and for that matter be "completely customizable" and hence should deliver lots of features.


  
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