After countless leaks and speculations about the upcoming OnePlus 5, today OnePlus has finally put all the rumors to an end and announced its latest flagship. Unlike its predecessor, the OnePlus 5 does not only offer the coolest software but also equally stunning hardware and like always – the killing price. Need to highlight that except for that the phone comes with one of the most advanced camera and design that clearly derives inspiration from the Apple’s iPhone 7 line. Let’s take a closer look at this beauty.
What better time to launch a new phone than second half of November – right before the beginning of holiday shopping season. It’s this time of the year when people are more willing to make their dreams come true regardless of price. Those who won’t find what they need during Black Friday sales will be pretty easy to win over as holidays approach and smartphone makers are well aware of that. OnePlus certainly is. The company’s new device, OnePlus 3T, is now ready to buy in the US but is it worth the upgrade over OnePlus 3? Let’s see.
OnePlus 3 launch rumored on April 7th, leaked specs reveal a monster smartphone “flagship killer” of 2016
Spotted on AnTuTu benchmark, the OnePlus 3 unveils to the public some of its major parameters. The listing presented on the site are pretty promising. Revealed specs leave no shadow of a doubt that OnePlus will soon introduce a really competitive phone. Alongside the alleged OnePlus 3’s specs the latest leak reveals that the handset is likely to make its official debut on April 7th.
Now you can buy OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X with monthly installment plan starting as low as $16 per month
OnePlus purchasing system is considered one of the most controversial in the market. However, the company doesn’t stop there and works hard to make it more customer-friendly. Today in order to expand its purchase options OnePlus introduced a new way of buying their phones by US customers. Right now you will be able to get the OnePlus phones on an installment plan instead of paying the phone’s full retail price outright.
Having been founded only two years ago, OnePlus is still considered a new player in the smartphone industry. The company doesn’t seem to be rushing its expansion, though, and so far has made only one flagship handset a year. Not everyone, however, needs or wants a huge flagship phone. With that in mind, the Chinese manufacturer just debuted the smaller OnePlus X with solid specs at a relatively low price.
Wouldn’t it be great to choose a new smartphone based only on your brand preference or set of specs? Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to buy a new phone, or any other device for that matter, this way. One of the main factors an average user needs to take into account when searching for a handset is its price. Some time ago, getting yourself a cheap device was basically a guarantee of a disappointing purchase. Luckily for all of us, things have changed and today you can find a great phone at an affordable price. Two of the best options currently worth buying are the OnePlus One and the Moto G.
One of the most fervently awaited flagship smartphones for 2015 has just become official. Last night OnePlus unveiled the sequel to the released in 2014 OnePlus One, the OnePlus 2. Coming with several noticeable upgrades over its predecessor the phone sports a package of killer specs and compelling style additionally enriched with customizable StyleSwap back covers offered at a really conservative price.
The OnePlus One was announced in April 2014 as a more affordable alternative to premium smartphones. The handset proved to be a huge success from day one and was warmly received by both the experts and users thanks to its low price and high-end hardware. Dubbed as the flagship killer and the most interesting smartphone of 2014, the OnePlus One just got permanent price cut following last week’s flash sale.
Last week OnePlus hinted that we could expect a big surprise on June 1st. The first thought for most folks was probably the unveiling of the OnePlus Two, but it turns out that we will have to wait for One’s successor a little longer. Instead, the company announced a new promotion – one that disrupts the industry once again. As a result of this new deal, the OnePlus One is now on sale cheaper than ever.
Still don’t know what to buy for a Christmas gift? Perhaps a smartphone will be a good idea? But, even if we decide to get one, which one to choose? Since the smartphone industry is a rapidly developing business, and today even midrangers come equipped with fast processors, powerful cameras and a 1080p display became something of a standard, the choice is so big that it is hard to pick the right one. In order to help you make a smart decision, we create the list of 5 hot phones for Christmas without contract that will make you loved one happy and won’t cost a fortune.
Considering how popular smartphones are, they will be definitely one of the most frequently bought holiday gifts. But in the masses of phones flooding the market, it is really hard to pick the right one, the one that will light up the face of the gift recipient. Which one to choose: Android or Windows OS, a bigger phablet or a regular smartphone? There are more such question waiting in the line, we will try to answer at least some of them. In order to help you make a smart decision, we prepared a special buyer’s guide on the hottest phones of 2014 that will make an exceptional holiday gift.
OnePlus introduces Bamboo StyleSwap Cover for the OnePlus One to add a touch of nature to the smartphone
With armies of smartphones looking almost exactly the same, we always welcome manufacturers’ effort to make their products distinguishable. The Moto X is an absolute hit when it comes to customizable phones, but it looks like OnePlus is not far behind. The company has just introduced Bamboo StyleSwap Cover for the OnePlus One to add a touch of nature to the smartphone. The cover will retail for $49 and will be available for purchase at the end of August.
Troubles with OnePlus One: Yellow display issues and expensive shipping charge for fix or warranty process
Leaving the company in 2013, Oppo vice president Peter Lau said that OnePlus One would be smartphone of his dreams. Many users and experts voiced their skepticism, but nevertheless the device has gained much publicity mostly dues to its high-end hardware, premium design and budget-friendly price. In theory all sounds great; in practice, however, the OnePlus One appears to cause quite a few problems, the biggest of which is yellow-tinted display and expensive shipping charge for fix or warranty process.
When Oppo vice president Peter Lau left the company in 2013 he said it was to make a smartphone of his dreams. His goal was to bring high-end hardware and premium design to a larger audience thanks to more budget-friendly price. Did he succeed? See for yourself. The much anticipated OnePlus One has just debuted with top-notch specs and a price you wouldn’t believe. The 16 GB Silk White model costs just $299, or €269 if you are in Europe. The 64 GB Sandstone Black variant is priced at $349 or €299. Of course, the phone is unlocked so the price doesn’t include any carrier subsidies.
OnePlus came to life when core members of Oppo together with CyanogenMod set to build their own phone known as the One. The company has been teasing the device for some time already, however, without giving out any specs. OnePlus founder Pete Lau finally broke the silence and revealed what kind of processor will be powering the handset. The CEO’s statement was followed by OnePlus employees who shared few more details about the upcoming smartphone.