The update will bring along "camera improvements and additional fixes."
This will be Verizon's version of Motorola's new flagship smartphone for 2016.
The device comes in 32GB and 64GB storage options, costing around $395 and $425, respectively.
Each case has a distinct function - there's one with an extra battery inside, another for better sound, and the last is camera-oriented.
The phone will house a 5.7" Super AMOLED display inside a metal body.
The new flagship offer comes with a big emphasis on audio and with promising specs to partake in the flagship battles.
The Galaxy C5 is available on pre-order in China, going on sale early next month.
FullHD display, Snapdragon 430 chipset and a 16MP primary camera are among the upgrades over the non-Plus.
This is in partnership with a DC game, so we may see other favorite characters leave their mark on the Android flagship.
The 10 will go on sale in the country starting June 5, with the first 500 buyers getting an Ice View HTC 10 cover for free.
"This is the last update before the official OTA, which can be expected within the next couple weeks," the company says.
The company has started sending out invites for the launch event.
Internal memory is 64GB, while camera combo is 16MP/8MP.
OnePlus forum member blatantly asked a live chat agent when the release date is. The answer was June 14.
FCC and FTC have been asking for justification as to why updates are taking so long. OEMs and carriers could be to blame.
This follows a couple of different iterations that were caught in the benchmark's database back in January.
It is alleged that the Korean company wants all of its flagships released in the same year to have the same number - S7 and Note 7 in 2016, for example.
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