OnePlus has been founded in December 2013, and it 2014 they've released their first smartphone, the OnePlus One. That handset has been regarded as one of the bets smartphones in 2014, and OnePlus gained quite a bit of credibility. Now, the OnePlus One has shipped with Cyanogen OS out of the box, but along the way, OnePlus and Cyanogen decided to terminate their partnership, and OnePlus opted to develop their very own Android-based OS, read on.
This China-based company has actually developed two OS', one for the international market, and one for Chinese users. The international OS is named Oxygen OS, and the Chinese variant is called Hydrogen OS. OnePlus has rolled out Hydrogen OS back in May last year, and has also introduced its beta program at the same time. Those of you who are using Hydrogen OS have probably been wondering when will OnePlus release the Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based variant of it, well, according to the information we have, really soon.
OnePlus has kicked off Android 6.0 Marshmallow Hydrogen OS beta testing phase, and is looking for beta testers. The conditions are rather simple, you need to spend quite a bit of time on your handset and basically, test out the phone. You'll be getting bi-weekly updates, so you should be prepared for that as well. If you live in China, you can apply to be OnePlus' Hydrogen OS beta tester, and you'll find more information in the source link down below. Unfortunately Anzhuo hasn't sourced this info, but they did put a screenshot of Hydrogen OS' official Weibo (Chinese social network) page in their article, which confirms their information.
Now, if our translation is accurate, the OnePlus 2 is the only handset model you'll be able to test Hydrogen OS on, but OnePlus One and OnePlus X will get the update later on, when it becomes official. That is more or less it, we still don't have any info when it comes to the changelog in Android 6.0 Marshmallow-powered Hydrogen OS, but as soon as OnePlus releases more information, we'll make sure to let you know.