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If you’re a fan of the OnePlus X and its bargain basement pricing, you may be sad to find out that OnePlus has no plans to release a successor for that smartphone. The OnePlus X debuted in November with a price tag of $249, but is now available for just $199. According to OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, the OnePlus X was successful in its own right, and was by no means a sales dud. But the company is looking to focus its energies on delivering a “true flagship” and maintaining two product lines flies in the face of that mantra. Going after the low-end with the budget-minded OnePlus X is a losing battle, as the company wants to remain profitable and contend with the fierce competition. “We still gotta make... Read more...
If you’ve been contemplating purchasing a new smartphone from OnePlus, now just might be the best time to scoop one up for a relatively low price ahead of next month’s debut of the OnePlus 3. OnePlus announced today that it is dropping the price of the current OnePlus 2 flagship from $349 down to a low $299. If you recall, the OnePlus 2 previously had its price reduced to $349 in February just in time for Valentine’s Day. It originally debuted in late July 2015 with a price tag of $389. The OnePlus 2 comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 v2.1 SoC, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, a 13MP rear camera with optical image stabilization a 5MP front-facing camera and dual... Read more...
After teasing us and dropping a few hints here and there, OnePlus officially lifted the veil on its low-cost “X” smartphone. And we must say, OnePlus managed to cram in a lot of functionality at an insanely low price. As we’ll seen in little bit, the One Plus X is poised to give some recently announced Android smartphone — specifically the HTC One A9 — a heart attack. Starting off with its looks, the OnePlus X actually drops the plastic-heavy construction of the OnePlus One and Two in favor of a design that is composed primarily of glass and aluminum. You’ll of course find a glass-covered front display, as well as glass on the back of the device in the standard “Onyx” configuration. However,... Read more...
Hot on the heels of the OnePlus 2 launching to the public is the impending release of what's been dubbed the OnePlus X, the third smartphone from the spunky startup that's looking to disrupt the mobile market as you know it. That name hasn't been officially confirmed, though a posting on a Chinese social media site by a company executive teases the OnePlus X moniker.The OnePlus executive posted a screenshot of the new device to Weibo, a highly popular microblogging site in China that's a cross between Twitter and Facebook. The screenshot shows a map with four lines form a giant "X" in the middle. That's not exactly an official confirmation, but it does show that OnePlus is at least aware of what... Read more...