Latest OnePlus 10T ad puts a lot of emphasis on Google/Android – Gizbot News

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OnePlus recently launched the performance-oriented smartphone based on Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 – the OnePlus 10T. Right now, it’s currently the company’s most powerful smartphone and it’s also the very first OnePlus smartphone with 16GB of RAM.

OnePlus 10T supports major Google/Android features

The company recently released a marketing video to showcase the capabilities of the OnePlus 10T. Although the video puts a bit of emphasis on the design and hardware of the smartphone, the focus is on the software capability and how Google makes the OnePlus 10T a great device.

The video shows how Google services like Mail, Maps, and Quick Pairing features are tightly integrated into the OnePlus 10T. The video also highlights the fact that it also has 24/7 Google Play Protect support, again highlighting the close relationship between OnePlus and Google.

OnePlus 10T Software Information

The OnePlus 10T comes with OxygenOS 12 based on the Android 12 operating system. The company has also confirmed that the device will receive an Android 13 operating system update with a custom OxygenOS 13 skin on top. For now, the OxygenOS 13 beta is only available for the OnePlus 10 Pro, and the same will soon be available for the OnePlus 10T.

Huawei, Honor suffered because of Google

Huawei and its Honor sub-brand lost a lot of market share when they launched devices without Google services. Although the companies have continued to launch devices in markets like China and Europe, these brands have lost their hold in markets like India and North America.

Soon after, almost all major Android smartphone brands started emphasizing that their smartphones run on Android and also support Google services. Looking at the OnePlus 10T announcement and how it was also launched in India, OnePlus is now trying to market/educate users that their devices are fully compatible with Google services.

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Article first published: Friday, August 12, 2022, 4:33 p.m.
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