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Someone Have Imagined What The Next OnePlus’s Flagship Will Looks Like

OnePlus 5T has been unveiled barely a month ago, but already, someone has imagined what the next flagship, OnePlus 6, would look like and it is so beautiful that you will probably don’t want to buy the OnePlus 5T now. Of course, this isn’t real. First of all, even number is not OnePlus’s norm. Any OnePlus fan would have told you that the next OnePlus is likely to be labelled ‘7’, not ‘6’. Anyways, according to Science and Knowledge, the YouTube channel responsible for this render, the concept phone was based on “latest leaks and rumors” and so, we shall take it with a huge pinch of salt, and enjoying fantasizing about it. Continue reading Someone Have Imagined What The Next OnePlus’s Flagship Will Looks Like

OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition Is Likely Why There’s Only One Color For 5T

Ah… now we are beginning to see the big picture why OnePlus 5T was announced with just one color options, Midnight Black. It was probably a marketing stunt that will allow the handset maker to turn out ‘limited edition’ color for other markets. Slowly but surely, it has announced a limited Lava Red version exclusively for China market and now, at the Comic Con India, it has announced a white edition that’s Star Wars branded. This limited Star Wars edition is no doubt a celebratory device for the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi movie. Continue reading OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition Is Likely Why There’s Only One Color For 5T

OnePlus 5T Unveiled, Touts 6-inch Edge-to-Edge Display And A Headphone Jack

With so many headline-grabbing flagships being introduced in recent months, it is easy to forget that small players like OnePlus has something good to offer without leaving us stunt with their luxury pricing. Speaking of which, OnePlus has just announced its much anticipated “premium” flagship, the OnePlus 5T and boy, is it a beauty. This beauty is a result of a combination of an immersive 6-inch “Full Optic AMOLED” display with an 18:9 aspect ratio that consumed almost the entire front of the device and a seamless anodized aluminum unibody. Continue reading OnePlus 5T Unveiled, Touts 6-inch Edge-to-Edge Display And A Headphone Jack

OnePlus And Castelbajac Collab Gives You A Reason Not To Use A Phone Case

This is one for the fashion-forward, style-conscious OnePlus aficionados. OnePlus has come together with Moroccan-born French artist/fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac to add a touch of class to the handset maker’s current flagship, OnePlus 5. Referred to as the “Callection,” the OnePlus 5 JCC+ limited edition Android phone features colored hardware buttons in Castelbajac’s signature colors: blue, yellow and red, as well as “inspiring manifesto” etched on the phone’s back. In addition to the unique aesthetic touches on the hardware, the OnePlus x Castelbajac OnePlus 5 device also comes packed with 10 exclusive wallpapers hand drawn by the artist/fashion designer, plus “a few other surprises” which the company will leave it to you to discover. Continue reading OnePlus And Castelbajac Collab Gives You A Reason Not To Use A Phone Case

OnePlus 5 Unveiled, Has Dual-camera And Looks Suspiciously Like An iPhone 7

I kid you not. At a glance, you may mistaken the new OnePlus latest smartphone, the OnePlus 5, as an iPhone 7. Seriously, if those curved edges don’t remind you have the iPhone 7, then perhaps the striking antenna bands at the top and bottom of the device would. Granted, the curved edges aren’t completely roundish like the iPhone 7, but still… Also, it has a dual camera setup too, complete with the ability to do iPhone 7 much advertised, Portrait Mode, and it is offered in a choice of “slate gray” or “midnight black” to boot, but with a slight twist. But more on that later. Whatever happen to OnePlus’s pride and joy, the signature sandstone finish? Continue reading OnePlus 5 Unveiled, Has Dual-camera And Looks Suspiciously Like An iPhone 7

OnePlus 3T Gets Sexy Midnight Black Hue, Available In Limited Quantity

OnePlus must be feeling the heat of the competitions. Perhaps, from mainstreamers like Samsung who is gearing up to announce the electronics giant’s latest flagship this week. Why? The independent company (who’s actually affiliated to Oppo, pffff…) had announced a successor to the OnePlus 3, the OnePlus 3T, barely six months after the 3 was unveiled. And just last week, we found another piece of news in our inbox: OnePlus 3T now has a new Midnight Edition which, in addition to limited online availability, OnePlus has collaborated with colette and Hypebeast to retail this very limited and arguably, sexy matte black iteration of the 3T. Continue reading OnePlus 3T Gets Sexy Midnight Black Hue, Available In Limited Quantity

OnePlus’s New Flagship Killer Goes Official, No Invites Required

When it comes to smartphones, OnePlus makes little to no ding prior to its new release, but when it does release, the China-based smartphone maker makes sure it does make a ding in the hard-spec. Speaking of which, OnePlus does indeed has a new phone, the OnePlus 3, which from the get go, all we can say is, we are tempted. Very tempted. We drawn to it not only by the beautiful, curved space-grade aluminum alloy unibody that measures a mere 7.3mm thin and the almost non-existence bezel, but also the hard-spec and innovations it has to offer, such as Dash Charge, a turbo-charging of sort, that promised to provide 6 hours of battery life with just 30 minutes of charge. But that’s not the only thing Dash Charge has installed. Continue reading OnePlus’s New Flagship Killer Goes Official, No Invites Required

OnePlus Slashes The Price Of Its “Flagship Killer” By $40, Permanently

Well, what do you know? OnePlus has slashed the price of its “flagship killer,” the OnePlus 2, to $349. That’s a good 40 bucks off the initial price tag when it was first introduced in July 2015. So, is it a sign of an upcoming flagship killer? We are not sure and won’t speculate either. Anywho, according to the horse’s mouth, the price cut is possible due to reduction in the cost to produce OnePlus 2 device. Adding that they believe it is the right time to introduce a new change and great things should be shared. But how is a price reduction, however small it maybe, possible for not-so-high volume device? Well, it wasn’t detailed, actually. So, I guess we will just have to take their words for it. Then again, why care when you are paying less, right? Continue reading OnePlus Slashes The Price Of Its “Flagship Killer” By $40, Permanently

OnePlus Brings Signature Sandstone Finish To iPhone With This Case

Yes. You heard that right. China independent handset maker OnePlus has announced the Sandstone Case for iPhone 6 and 6s. And why the hell would OnePlus do that? Well, it is the outfit’s way of explaining the meaning of “Never Settle” to the millions of iPhone user and what better way to express it then with an iPhone case draped in the company’s signature finish Sandstone finish? According to the horse’s mouth, “If Sandstone were a fictional character, it would probably be Jon Snow – rough, yet charming, and one-of-a-kind (and definitely not dead). Sadly, most people have yet to experience the uniqueness of this texture for themselves.Continue reading OnePlus Brings Signature Sandstone Finish To iPhone With This Case

OnePlus Introduces X, An Elegant But Affordable Device Priced at $250+

Good news, fans of OnePlus, it looks like you will have another option now apart from the new OnePlus 2. Dubbed OnePlus X, it is the company’s third smartphone and the second new device to be introduced this year. And it one device that OnePlus is particular proud of in the design department. While the aluminium band and glass combo design have been used a few times over by other manufacturers, the X sports a couple distinctive design difference, starting with etchings along the band (basically, just engraved lines) that seem to shimmer different as it moves in the light and then there is the beveled glass that makes the device looks pretty sharp. Continue reading OnePlus Introduces X, An Elegant But Affordable Device Priced at $250+