We have official confirmation that the new OnePlus 6T will not include an audio jack in order to make space to include other features
The Chinese smartphone maker has officially announced plans to open its first retail store in France this fall, around the OnePlus 6T launch.
If you don't feel ready to "love the notch" just yet, Pete Lau wants you to know a "black-out" feature will be delivered to the OnePlus 6 after the phone's commercial debut in a software update.
After Pei deleted the tweet, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has posted an extensive explanation into why the notch has to be on the OnePlus 6.
The OnePlus 6 is technically not official yet, and it may not even be called that way, but we already know exactly what size its notch will be, and why it's there to begin with.
Nope, there are still no plans for a mid-range OnePlus X2, aka a sequel to the once-beloved OnePlus X, and anything claiming the opposite is fake news.
It's a lot like the OPPO F5 in terms of the frontal design. The cameras have just been switched around a bit is all. Will it sell?
Co-founder Carl Pei thought it would be funny to suggest article titles for stuff he's addressing on a Reddit AMA thread for the OnePlus 5.
No chance for a 4.6-inch OnePlus 3 to grace any hands. CEO Carl Pei has put a one-word end to rumors of a smaller version of the company's flagship.
The co-founder of OnePlus is frustrated with the notion that the OnePlus 3 is a product of compromise and corner-cutting for its value.
Startups make a habit of raising hell in their respective industries because not only do they are out to “fix” said industries, but they have to differentiate and provide better services than the old guard does. OnePlus told us that we should “Never Settle,” that we should “Shatter the Past” and that ladies (worth ogling over) come first, but “no nudity please.”
Taking the company’s word at face value has been hard in its infancy, especially because everyone’s working off of their own definitions of [...]
Okay, the extremely exciting initial news, spec and video blast is over and done with. Great. Breathe in. Breathe out. Now what?
Remember how I just said earlier that the OnePlus 2 isn’t a “2016 flagship killer” unless you look at it from a certain point of view? Now we’re taking a look at whether or not the company itself is in the underdog position to steal the show away from other OEMs. And giving the abuse of the “flagship killer” moniker in their social feed push, OnePlus is really looking to steal the show.A leader that continues to [...]
Welcome to the hype machine, hope you enjoy your stay! The spin cycle on this phone sounds as boastful as ever. It’s supposed to be, that’s how marketing builds your attention towards a launch event like this one for the OnePlus 2. Sure, it has great specs and the cache the company has with its forum followers is extremely strong. But what does it mean to “kill” a flagship?Flagship Kill la Kill?
This phone ain’t made of Life Fibers and Honnō City isn’t going to fall because of this phone. Few people are treating the OnePlus 2 or even [...]