OnePlus may have happily agreed to stop preloading Facebook on its phones, but it seems to have converted one “big technology” into another. The company’s latest flagship product, OnePlus 8T, just announced last week is undergoing a minor update to OxygenOS 11, but it blew up what should have been a trivial incident on the Internet. It turns out that the update also adds the Amazon app to the phone, but OnePlus is clearly prepared for this.
To be clear, the Amazon app is only installed on the Indian model of OnePlus 8T, which is an important difference in this case.After all, Indian users discovered OxygenOS 220.127.116.11 update log Mentioned to add “better shopping experience” to the Amazon application.
Given OnePlus’ recent promise to no longer pre-install Facebook and other outdated software, this almost sneaky addition seems almost insulting. OnePlus’ explanation is that, at least in India, it always has the Amazon app pre-installed, so this is nothing new. The new feature is that it cannot actually pre-install the application from the beginning.
Talk to Android Authority, OnePlus explained that it was unable to install the Amazon app’s Android 11 in time when the OnePlus 8T launched. The update simply put back the content that should have existed, no harm, no foul play. At least for OnePlus.
Of course, even if it is limited to one market, OnePlus’ mere idea of still using bloatware has surprised some people. Of course, it is not uncommon for smartphone manufacturers to work with companies such as Samsung and Microsoft that pre-install their apps, but OnePlus’s standards are usually higher than most OEMs.
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