If you are a OnePlus One owner, and have been looking forward to the release of the CyanogenMod 12S update as well as the new Oxygen OS, I suppose you will be disappointed when March 30 rolls around, since that is the promised release date by the folks over at OnePlus. According to the company’s representative David, who did a post on Reddit, rather than the update being released, OnePlus will instead give out free handsets to a lucky few folks.
Taking into consideration the delay of the CyanogenMod 12S update, this means that the version has not quite achieved a level of stability as people would have expected it to. Heck, even OnePlus’ very own Oxygen OS will need to go through additional testing prior to it going online for a round of public download.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 certainly failed to be the flagship smartphone in which many people hoped for it to be, where there was no SD memory card slot, and neither was the removable battery there, too, all because of a more refined design and improved user experience. Well, while those mentioned features can be deemed to be a lost cause where the Samsung Galaxy S6 is concerned, perhaps there is some light at the end of the proverbial tunnel, especially when one takes into consideration how the Galaxy S6 Active could come with all of those.
Yes sir, it does seem as though the Galaxy S6 Active will carry most of the hardware specifications from the Samsung Galaxy S6, except that it will not come with a fingerprint scanner and heart-rate monitor, but rather, there will be front physical keys. Oh yeah, and the inclusion of a microSD memory card slot, of course, as well as a removable battery. All in all, we should just sit tight and wait for an official announcement to be sure.