Smaller OEMs like OnePlus, Nokia, and Essential boast of their speed at pushing out updates, especially when compared to Samsung’s snail-paced schedule. While that is generally through, it seems that owners of Essential’s first and so far only phone have a lot more waiting to do for one of its biggest updates.

Essential PH-1 Android 8.0 Oreo dropped, skipping to 8.1 instead

Smaller OEMs like OnePlus, Nokia, and Essential boast of their speed at pushing out updates, especially when compared to Samsung’s snail-paced schedule. While that is generally through, it seems that owners of Essential’s first and so far only phone have a lot more waiting to do for one of its biggest updates.

Read the article : Essential PH-1 Android 8.0 Oreo dropped, skipping to 8.1 instead

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