The second-generation OnePlus handset is finally here. After numerous revelations about the OnePlus 2, as well as unofficial leaks, the company took the wraps off its new flagship smartphone killer on Tuesday. Just like its predecessor, the OnePlus 2 will be a tough competitor for top Android handsets and the iPhone, especially considering its high-end specs and affordable price. More →
If you’ve never heard of the OnePlus One, don’t feel bad — we’re not here to judge. This oddly named smartphone isn’t a handset you’ll find at your wireless carrier’s local store, and its upcoming successor likely won’t be stocked there either. OnePlus’ One was one of the most surprising and exciting smartphones of the year in 2014 though, bringing impressive specs, an affordable price and great hackability to Android fans around the world. Or at least, it brought all that to Android fans around the world who managed to secure an invitation to purchase the phone.
Now, OnePlus is back with the eagerly anticipated follow-up to the One, and it’s shaping up to once again be among the hottest Android smartphone launches of the year. More →
The OnePlus 2 is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated Android flagship handsets of the year. The company teased some of its specs before its official announcement and they suggest the device should be the powerful and affordable handset customers expect it to be. While OnePlus did not release any images of the new handset ahead of the launch, Chinese telecom regulator TENAA published on its website more information about the handset, including pictures. More →
OnePlus will soon unveil its second-generation Android smartphone, which is going to be an affordable flagship device just like its predecessor. Unsurprisingly, the Chinese company has teased the OnePlus 2 by revealing bits and pieces about it before it becomes official. In a new revelation ahead of the big launch, OnePlus focused on the camera performance by posting the first official camera samples of the upcoming handset. More →
One of the most highly anticipated handsets of the year is the OnePlus 2, a device that’s expected to offer a high-end smartphone experience for a bargain price, just like its predecessor. A number of leaks have likely already revealed plenty of information on the design and specs of the upcoming handset. But now, new information found on the official Bluetooth certification site and in a recent benchmark test give us even more details about the unreleased phone. More →
The first smartphone released by OnePlus was the biggest surprise of the year in 2014 for diehard Android fans. The OnePlus One featured shockingly impressive specs at an unbeatable price, and it was all packed into a stylish phone that was just begging to be hacked and customized to the user’s liking.
Now, the unreleased sequel to that fan-favorite has seemingly been revealed in the clearest images yet. More →
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 →