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by David Monteiro category: Other
Note to press (and everyone else for that matter): First and foremost, thank you for your interest in this story. Seeing some of the articles that were published so far, I'd like to clarify that this campaign is not specifically about the lack of a Nougat update, but about how OnePlus is treating its earlier customers and how it's breaking promises made. While it seems they seem keen on not updating the OnePlus 2 to Nougat, that's just one of several promises made. In fact, it's a well known fact that the OnePlus X cannot be updated to Nougat since the Snapdragon 801 is not supported. But the OnePlus X could still receive security patches and have bugs fixed (like the camera HAL issues that haunt the device almost since its launch).
If you have any queries about the Thunderclap campaign or the Medium article, please, feel free to contact me through Twitter (@davidsmonteiro) or through the OnePlus forum (dsmonteiro).
I decided to create this campaign to try to bring OnePlus back to its former self and to see that old customer also matter. At this moment, it’s a company with a great product (OP3 / OP3T) but that cares more about marketing than it does about its customers. It’s a company that isn’t afraid of burning some bridges by completely disregarding the customers that bought two of its devices.And since OnePlus apparently only cares about marketing, that’s why this thunderclap and the article that is linked to are happening. To make this story visible enough to make OnePlus care about bad publicity.
Hi there! I'm an enthusiastic tech consumer that hopes to help make OnePlus care about its earlier customers and about the people that helped them get off the ground.