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OnePlus 3T announced, with even more features to enjoy

OnePlus 3TOnePlus had a massive hit six months ago when they launched the OnePlus 3, a new kind of smartphone with a focus on affordability without skimping on features. Now, they are already announcing a new model that has improved functionality, even though a full year has not yet passed.

The OnePlus 3T, the company promises, will be a similar device with some new goodies thrown into the mix.

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OnePlus 3 is now official: Snapdragon 820, 6GB of RAM and great Camera

OnePlus 3 SmartPhoneThe OnePlus 3 is an improved smartphone from last years OnePlus 2. Flying under the radar, Carl Pei, Co-founder of OnePlus is changing how the company interacts with customers. The biggest change to the smartphone is its availability. No longer purchase through an invite only system, the device will be available through the OnePlus website.

In short, Pei wants the OnePlus 3 to be a top line smartphone without the high price tag. And it looks like the OnePlus 3 has evolved enough to be a worthy consideration as a flagship model.

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The OnePlus X aims for an exquisite elegance

OnePlus XThe smartphone maker OnePlus has announced a new model, the OnePlus X. It appears that the aim of the OnePlus X is to be exquisite, to have class, and to explore contrasts and harmony. The design is a way of thinking about a product in ways where the eye of the designer perceives beauty and elegance onto a blank space. When style and technology meet well in a smartphone, the results are impressive. When this aim fails, there’s often a lot of style without substance.

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OnePlus 2 is now official: Snapdragon 810, Fingerprint sensor and 4 GB of RAM for under $400

OnePlus 2Last year, an unknown start-up from China release a smartphone that had specs to challenge Samsung and Apple’s flagship models. OnePlus released the OnePlus 1 with the aim of selling 30,000 handsets. Instead, 1.5 million OnePlus 1 smartphones were sold across the world. Many have been wondering what will come next and find out if the OnePlus 1 was a one hit wonder or was a serious competitor to Apple, Samsung and other smartphone makers. The OnePlus 2 is the new model for the company, and there were many rumours and possible leaks of what the smartphone will look like and contain inside.

The OnePlus 2 is an android based smartphone, using the Lollipop version as its OS. The previous model used Cyanogen as its modified Android OS, but issues have cause OnePlus to use the Oxygen OS. This is still very similar to the standard Android OS most people are used to, but with more customizable features and less bloatware

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Rumour has it: OnePlus 2

OnePlus 2 TenaaIt’s helpful to have a smartphone with powerful specs inside it. Not because of the power, but due to it being compatible with new apps being released or to take advantage of new features added to OS updates. The cost of having the latest flagship model Android or Apple smartphone is usually not worth the upgrade. As said, having a powerful smartphone is helpful but it isn’t required.

Last year, OnePlus, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer released a smartphone that wasn’t expected, the OnePlus One. This smartphone packed with powerful technology and was priced at a low $299. This year, rumours have gone around about a new model that’s planned for release this month, the OnePlus 2.

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OnePlus One smartphone finally hits the market this May at $299

OnePlus OneAfter months of hype about the coming mobile device, OnePlus One smartphone has finally been revealed at a $299 price that sets it squarely within the domain of other high-range smartphones it is taking on.

The OnePlus One has been gaining a great deal of interest since rumors first began to fly. Of course, many worried that the final product wouldn’t be worth the whispers and excitement. Luckily, that worry appears to be unfounded. The One SmartPhone has been revealed in all its glory, and it is a surprising addition into the middle priced market.

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