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Hours before the official launch today, professionally shot images of the OnePlus Two have now leaked onto the internet, giving us a much more detailed look at the upcoming flagship killer.
If you are even remotely interested in purchasing a 'OnePlus 2', chances are you will want to register your email in the new invite system. The OnePlus 2 will be announced later tonight.
The first images of the OnePlus Two have finally leaked online and besides showing off the design of the phone, they also confirm some of its features - and raise new questions about its camera.
OnePlus has revealed details of the changes it's made to the invite system for its new flagship, promising up to fifty times more launch inventory this time around along with a new 'reservation list'.
OnePlus is continuing with its gradual trickle of information about their upcoming flagship, revealing a teaser image and more information about the battery of the smartphone in an AMA.
OnePlus is continuing to reveal bits and pieces of information about its upcoming smartphone and this time the company has posted about the RAM that will be packed into the device.
In its latest revelation about the OnePlus 2, the company's CEO Pete Lau has said that the new flagship-class handset - which will feature a Snapdragon 810 processor - will cost less than $450.
OnePlus is giving away its own iteration of Google's VR headset, 'Cardboard'. The headset will be available in limited quantity and will be used for OnePlus' upcoming launch event for the 'OnePlus 2'.
The OnePlus 2 is coming in July and today OnePlus debuted news of a fingerprint sensor on the device that will be faster than the 'Touch ID' sensor found on existing iPhone's.
In less than a month, OnePlus will unveil its newest flagship device, the OnePlus 2. While details have slowly been trickling out, it looks as though images of the device have found their way online.
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After recently confirming that its new phone will feature a Snapdragon 810 processor, OnePlus has now revealed that the '2' will include a USB Type-C connector with exclusive patented "improvements".
OnePlus has announced that its new flagship-class handset will feature a Snapdragon 810 processor, emphasizing that the device uses a new version of the chip that doesn't overheat.
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OnePlus has cut $50 off the price of the One, with prices now starting at $249. A new bundle will also be offered for $349, including the 64GB One and a one-year Dropbox Pro subscription.
Some people had been expecting OnePlus to unveil its new high-end handset today - but instead, it announced a series of 'flash sales', during which you'll be able to buy the One at a discounted price.
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"If OnePlus Two comes with Snapdragon 810, what do you think will be the price?" asked the company's CEO, and after receiving various replies, he said 2499 CNY ($400) "seems to be a reasonable price".
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Chinese smartphone manufacturer, OnePlus, has posted an invite on Twitter for 20th April, which could be for the announcement of its next flagship and its rumoured cheaper variant.
A report claims the OnePlus Two will be highly customizable, with some hardware 'surprises', and a metal frame boosting its premium credentials - just as well, as it may well cost more than the One.
After selling around a million phones in 2014, OnePlus hopes to sell between 3 and 5 million this year - and alongside its next-gen Two flagship, it will launch a new cheaper model by the end of 2015.
After what has seemed like an eternity, Cyanogen OS 12 for the OnePlus One is finally available. Cyanogen OS 12 will bring the long-awaited Android L / Android 5.0 to the One.
After a slight delay, OnePlus has finally released its own Lollipop based ROM, called OxygenOS, and users can install it on their devices that currently run Cyanogen.
OnePlus has racked up quite a list of screw-ups and misjudgements in its short history. Once again, the firm has been forced to apologize, after repeatedly missing its own deadlines for OS updates.
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OnePlus says that it is currently selling its handsets at a loss in the EU due to the continued decline of the euro - and as a result, it must increase the cost of its handsets there by up to €50.
OnePlus, the manufacturer of the OnePlus One, has started producing their own 10,000 mAh power banks. Priced at an interesting $15, it should be available for purchase either today or tomorrow.
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OnePlus CEO Carl Pei has confirmed that the successor to the One will arrive in around six months' time - but he also revealed that another handset is in development, focusing on "design over specs".
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OnePlus has announced that the new ROM for its One (and only) handset will be called 'OxygenOS', and has committed to keeping it "open, customizable, and free of bloat and unnecessary features."
The second handset from OnePlus is said to be called the '2', but its launch will reportedly come later than many had hoped - in Q3 2015 - due to overheating issues with its Snapdragon 810 processor.
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The successor to the OnePlus One could be an absolute beast, with specs said to include a 5.5-inch edge-to-edge display with 2K resolution, Snapdragon 810 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and 3300mAh battery.
OnePlus says it isn't working on a tablet, but promises that its new smartphone "will surprise people", although OnePlus Two buyers will still have to deal with the company's 'invite system'.