Updates for the OnePlus One are on the way, as you’ve heard, but we’re not exactly sure what to expect. The picture got a tad clearer today with the latest teaser from the company. We get a very brief look at Lollipop running on the device, but there isn’t much to see aside from someone failing horribly at the Flappy Bird clone easter egg tucked inside the latest version of Android.
We imagine this is OxygenOS, the new ROM announced by OnePlus last week. The company promises to give us a first look at OxygenOS on February 12th, but for now all we know is that the current alpha build is more akin to AOSP Lollipop than the feature-packed CyanogenMod.
CyanogenMod your preference? Thankfully that update isn’t far out either. The company confirmed that the update was recently submitted for approval and certification, and his immediate estimation is that the process could be complete in a matter of mere days.
Lollipop build for @oneplus one has entered QA/QE stage for release! Testing & cert to begin alongside 3rd party partners to meet GMS reqs.
— Cyanogen Inc. (@CyanogenInc) February 1, 2015
Of course, knowing how quickly things can change in this industry we wouldn’t be surprised if that time frame were extended for some egregious reason. Whatever the case, it shall not be long before the OnePlus One has its first official Lollipop build whether it be from CyanogenMod or the company itself. We’ll keep you posted on any further developments.
[Update]: Upon further inspection of some of the icons present in the app draw, it looks like this teaser is specifically for the aforementioned CyanogenMod 12 build that could arrive by the end of the week. Unfortunately that would mean our curiosities about OxygenOS will have to wait until the big February 12th unveiling.