OnePlus is on an growth spurt. Since its inception 7 years ago, it always have a couple of flagship phones each year. Then came its first-ever mid-range, the OnePlus Nord and then two more, the Nord N Series. And then now, this: OnePlus Band.
Good news, fans of OnePlus in North America. OnePlus is bringing the previously announced OnePlus Nord N Series product line (not to be confused with the original Nord), namely, OnePlus Nord N10 5G and OnePlus Nord N100, to North America.
Fans of the upcoming (and much delayed) Cyberpunk 2077 video game will be flustered to know there’s a limited edition OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk 2077 that won’t be available outside of China.
OnePlus Nord, on paper, is a device to reckon with for the price point. However, if lesser chip isn’t your cuppa, then you may want to look to the newly announced OnePlus 8T.
Along with the announcement of the brand’s first mid-range device, OnePlus has also revealed its first true wireless earbuds called OnePlus Buds. Sadly, it is yet another TWS earbuds that mimics AirPods’ stemmed design.
OnePlus, since its founding in 2013, has been a one-phone company. That’s until today. After much hyping, the former flagship killer has finally reveal a second model, a mid-range, supposedly affordable device called OnePlus Nord.
There’s never a good time to upgrade your phone. In any case that you find now is the time, then you may want to take a look at the spanking new OnePlus 8 Series smartphone. Why? Well, finally quad-camera setup and wireless charging have finally made its way to OnePlus devices, or rather just ‘device’ […]
Asia’s handset makers are getting very creative when it comes to showing off the power of 5G connectivity. Oppo had a 5G hotel, ZTE has a 5G robotic dog while Sony and Docomo has a 5G driverless concept vehicle. Meanwhile, OnePlus has taken a less serious approach with Snowbots.
Do you hate the presence of camera lenses on the back of a smartphone? While Oppo may have sort of eliminated the need for forehead, notch or hole punch without using pop-up camera, OnePlus has teamed up with McLaren to kind of “gotten rid” of the cameras around the back of the phone.
Yes. You are not seeing thing. There is now another OnePlus 7T, bringing the 7 series to a total of 5 devices, or 6, if you include the McLaren edition. Yeah. That too. Just like its predecessor had.