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OnePlus says it's issued vouchers to UK customers affected by delays - but some customers got no vouchers, others got the wrong vouchers, and a bug on its site means some vouchers aren't working.
OnePlus is going to put out an over-the-air update that addresses some of the issues that have cropped up since it launched the OnePlus 3. Unfortunately, reviewers will be getting the update first.
A OnePlus customers claims his new OnePlus 3 flagship phone was filled with miscellaneous files and NSFW images and video pre-loaded on the device. The worst part? It wasn't even HD content.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau says the company won't launch a successor to the mid-range X, as it intends to focus solely on "true flagships" - but look out for more OnePlus 'lifestyle' products, such as bags.
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OnePlus says it will launch its new flagship phone on June 14 in a virtual reality experience, with the first two hours of sales exclusively via VR - and its unloved invite system is finally dead.
OnePlus has announced that it will be selling smartphones through Amazon in the UK, starting with the OnePlus 2, which can be delivered in under an hour with Amazon Prime.
The OnePlus 3 launch is getting closer and the company has revealed a new peer review program called "The Lab" to provide devices to 30 people for an early look.
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OnePlus has announced permanent price cuts to its handsets, including $50 off the 2 and X - and the company says it will refund the difference for anyone who bought its phones in the last 14 days.
More key specs of the OnePlus 3 have apparently been revealed, including a Snapdragon 820 SoC, 64GB of onboard storage, and NFC support - and it looks like it could also launch with Android N.
OnePlus has launched the Loop VR headset, which will have a major role to play in the launch of the company's OnePlus 3 smartphone next month as customers will be able to buy the device in VR.
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Evan Blass has posted an image on Twitter giving the best glimpse of the OnePlus 3 and its all-metal design so far. The device is said to feature an AMOLED display and a 3000mAh battery.
With the release of the OnePlus 3 slated to occur in the coming months, images have been leaked that show what the handset could look like. The OnePlus 3 looks to offer new styling and materials.
Leaked benchmarks point to the upcoming OnePlus 3 sporting 6GB of RAM on board, as well as the addition of NFC. The company's previous models, excluding the OnePlus One, did not include NFC.
OnePlus One users will finally get Android Marshmallow for their devices soon, as the company's co-founder has revealed that the latest version of the OS is in final stages of testing.
OnePlus is rolling out its latest OxygenOS update to the X, but there's still no indication of when it will bring Android 6.0 to its devices, after missing its Q1 upgrade target for the OnePlus 2.
After reducing the price of its flagship '2' handset in various other markets last month, OnePlus has announced a permanent price cut of Rs.2,000 in India, which applies to both models of the device.
With OnePlus' new financing plans, you can purchase the OnePlus 2 for as low as $22.60 per month. The company now offers payment installment for both the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X.
OnePlus has rolled out the latest OxygenOS update for its flagship phone, the 2, bringing a range of improvements and additions - but it's still based on Lollipop, rather than Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
According to OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, the OnePlus 3 is expected to be launched by the end of June, will incorporate a new design and the company is working on a "better buying process".
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After withdrawing the OnePlus 2 16GB model from sale in North America and Europe last month, the company has now cut the price of the 64GB model, bringing it down to $349 USD / £249 GBP / €345 EUR.
OnePlus has announced that the X, its newest handset, is now invite-free after going on sale in November - but it's raising the price of its Power Bank battery pack, having been selling it at a loss.
The 16GB version of the OnePlus 2 will no longer be sold in the United States, Canada or Europe, as the company says it's "seen much greater interest" in the pricier 64GB model in those markets.
While the OnePlus 2 no longer requires an invite, the OnePlus X still does - but until midnight on Thursday, you can buy the X in the EU with no invite and with free standard shipping included.
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It looks like we might be getting our first look at the OnePlus 3, a handset that is speculated to arrive in 2016. The render looks familiar, but does offer some differences from the OnePlus 2.
OnePlus' frustrating invite system will no longer play a part in sales of its second high-end handset from this weekend - and from December 5 to 7, you can buy a OnePlus X invite-free too.
OnePlus has created a protective case for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. While this might seem odd, it's actually a clever delivery system for invites to purchase a OnePlus handset.
OnePlus has acknowledged the recent issue with the OnePlus 2's USB Type-C to USB Type-A cable, and are offering refunds and replacements to those who purchased the standalone cable.
OnePlus is no longer the new kid on the block and has returned this year with two handsets. The OnePlus 2 is its flagship offering, while the 'X' strives to offer an opulent experience for $249.
If you live in the United States or Canada, you'll now be able to order a OnePlus X direct from OnePlus themselves without having to go through a reseller.
OnePlus has outlined plans to bring Marshmallow to its handsets - but while the One and 2 will both be upgraded in Q1 2016, there's not even an estimate on when the OnePlus X will get the update.
A Google engineer has warned users that the USB Type-C to Type-A cables and adapters being sold by OnePlus could potentially damage their devices due to a non-standard resistor.
The recently announced OnePlus X mid-range smartphone will be sold only to invite holders for the first month, after which there will be more opportunities to purchase the device.
OnePlus says its new handset - which features a Snapdragon 801 CPU, 3GB RAM and 16GB storage - is "a work of art", and alongside the standard model, it will offer a limited edition 'Ceramic' variant.
OnePlus has announced that customers can now purchase the OnePlus 2 within three days of receiving an invite instead of just 24 hours which was the previous limit to claim an invite.
In March, OnePlus said it was working on a "phone catering to a different type of audience; perhaps for those who appreciate design over specs" - and it seems it will finally be unveiled this month.
OnePlus apologized last month for having "messed up the launch of the OnePlus 2" - and it now says it will "make it up" to its customers by letting them buy the phone without an invite for one hour.
An unannounced product from Microsoft called 'VR Kit' has been spotted in a contest on the company's Russian website, where it has urged developers to create apps for the virtual reality device.
The OnePlus 2 is slightly more expensive than its predecessor, starting at $329 for the 16 GB model, but once again it features top-of-the-line hardware to deliver great value for your money.
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