As we mentioned, many users informed about this unwanted factory reset problem through OnePlus forum. On August 14, the user informed that after the unwanted factory reset, all his data was deleted, which included all the apps and settings etc. Another user made a similar complaint, stating that after the phone reset all the data of his phone was deleted, including the downloaded music and messages. Recently on Sunday, a user repeated the same complaint again.
Let me tell you, the factory reset problem is not limited to any particular firmware version yet. At the same time, company staff members have reached the users regarding this problem, but till now there is no news of the problem being fixed. In its report, Android Police gave information that OnePlus is working on improving the problem.
Talking about other news related to OnePlus, the Chinese tech company has given information about the upcoming OnePlus 8T smartphone launch through Amazon and the official website OnePlus. On both websites, this phone is listed with the tag “coming soon”. According to the leak, this phone will work on Android 11 based OxygenOS 11. Apart from this, the phone will have a 120Hz refresh rate with a full-HD + display with a 6.55 inch display. In addition, the phone will be equipped with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor, with which two configurations can be given, one 8GB RAM + 128GB storage and the other 12GB RAM + 256GB storage. According to the latest leak, this smartphone can be launched on October 14.
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