It’s been a while since we’ve heard from OnePlus, whose next-gen OnePlus Two smartphone is one of the more anticipated Android phones to come out this year. Via Droid Life, OnePlus is teasing a mysterious new announcement for June 1st that the company vows will “shake up the tech industry” because “it’s time for change.” More →
The OnePlus One successor is likely going to be a powerful and affordable Android smartphone, though the Chinese startup has yet to formally introduce the OnePlus Two. Expected to be released at some point in the third quarter of the year, the OnePlus Two may have already been spotted in benchmarks disguised as the One. More →
In spite of launch and availability issues, the OnePlus One still was one of the biggest surprises of 2014. Coming from China, the OnePlus One gave buyers access to a high-end Android device for an incredibly affordable price, a feat reminiscent of some Nexus smartphones.
This year, the company will launch a sequel to the One that will have the same key characteristics: high-end specs that are on par with phones from well-established Android handset makers, but at a fraction of the price. More →
If you’ve been holding out on preordering any of the shiny new Android devices from Samsung, HTC and (later this month) LG in anticipation of the OnePlus Two, you might want to reconsider. Chinese-language tech blog MyDrivers reports that OnePlus might delay the launch of the next-gen device to Q4 of 2015. More →
OnePlus on Wednesday announced a brand-new product that appeared to be just another April Fools prank from a tech company. However, the OnePlus DR-1 is not just a good-looking joke of a drone, but a real product. The company started taking preorders on its website for the device and they quickly sold out. More →
If you’re an owner of a OnePlus One smartphone, you have a lot to look forward to before the end of the month. In a recent forum post, OnePlus marketing specialist Braden Harwood informed customers that the official release of Android 5.0 Lollipop will be available as an OTA update on March 30th. But that’s only the second most exciting update of March for OnePlus. More →
OnePlus has never been one to follow the crowd. After launching with the custom CyanogenMod ROM, the company began work on its own dedicated Android spinoff called OxygenOS. We still don’t know much about the software, but on Thursday, OnePlus opened up about the team behind the Lollipop-based ROM and their vision for the future of the OnePlus One. More →
One of the most intriguing Android phones of 2014 has also been the most difficult to acquire, but OnePlus is finally going to make its CyanogenMod device more accessible to the masses. Starting this Tuesday, OnePlus let anyone buy a One from its online store without an invite.
A few days ago, OnePlus announced the official name of its upcoming new Android operating system, “OxygenOS, which will run on the company’s OnePlus One and future devices. Now, GizmoChina has posted a variety of supposed screenshots from OxygenOS, and they reveal plenty about OnePlus’s new Android build. More →