The popular budget smartphone maker, OnePlus, has recently released an official teaser video depicting the One smartphone running Android 5.0 Lollipop with stock Oxygen OS, which will see the debut release on 12 February.

According to The Android Soul, OnePlus is currently working on the new Oxygen OS, following some business spat with the CyanogenMod team as Cyanogen OS will no longer support OnePlus One in India, while continuing support for the rest of the world.

Consequently, Oxygen OS is touted to replace Cyanogen OS with its debut release in India, while it would be an optional choice for the rest of the world.

In other words, OnePlus One users will have the privilege of experiencing the official Lollipop update in two flavours in almost all parts of the world except for India wherein only Oxygen OS will be supported.

The Cyanogen OS will make way for the Oxygen OS in about a week's time, while there is still no word on the release details for the upcoming Cyanogen OS based Lollipop update for OnePlus One.

If you are still not convinced, check out the OnePlus One with Android 5.0 Lollipop in action, besides enjoying a Flappy Bird-like game in the demo video below: