While its fans eagerly wait for the next ‘flagship killer’, OnePlus has been quietly working on making sure those with the first generation model aren’t left behind. Android Marshmallow for the OnePlus One has been in testing, and is now in its final stages. A public software rollout is on the very near horizon…

OnePlus’ co-founder Carl Pei announced on Twitter that software testing has reached the final stage and that — although he can’t give an exact date for rollout — it should be available for the OnePlus One very soon.

This news comes a week after the final version of Android Marshmallow was made available for flashing on the OnePlus 2 but still some way off the company’s initial target. Late last year, OnePlus said that it planned to have Marshmallow ready for the OPO and OP2 in Q1 of this year.

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