We’re just one week away from the official unveiling of the OnePlus One, and today the folks at OnePlus have announced the list of 16 countries in which the One will initially be available in. Included in the launch group is Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, ... Read More »
Yesterday OnePlus continued to tease its upcoming One smartphone with an “unboxing” hosted by Cyanogen Inc.’s Steve Kondik. The hype-building continues today, but thankfully we’ve got some actual information to share with you this time.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has confirmed that the One will be powered by a 2.5GHz ... Read More »
Don’t get excited, this isn’t actually our first peek at the OnePlus One smartphone. The trolls at OnePlus have lied to us. This may technically be an unboxing, but the actual device is never shown. The video is still entertaining, though, showing Steve Kondik (better known as Cyanogen) unboxing the device. The clip stops just ... Read More »
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Time to add another item to the list of known OnePlus One features. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has announced that his company’s new smartphone will feature a 13-megapixel camera, complete with a Sony-made Exmor IMX214 sensor, f/2.0 aperture and 6 lenses to help combat the distorted edges that can occasionally ... Read More »
Touchless Control is one of the Moto X’s most highly-praised features, allowing users to do things like check the weather, perform searches and even have their notifications read back to them, all without touching the device. The feature is currently only available to select Motorola phones, but one ... Read More »
OnePlus today continued the steady trickle of spec updates for its OnePlus One smartphone by announcing details about the device’s display.
In the official OnePlus forums, CEO Pete Lau today revealed that the OnePlus One will feature a 5.5-inch 1080p display. Manufactured by Japan Display Inc., the screen will feature Touch On Lens modules to ... Read More »
Smartphone pricing has been outrageous for a long time. Paying $600 and up for a smartphone is tough to swallow, and the reason people find it so easy is due to 2 year contracts subsidizing prices to $200 and lower. But the industry is slowly but surely moving away from contracts, and phone prices have ... Read More »
The Android community is absolutely massive. You can select from dozens of ROMs for most devices, each ROM being unique and special in its own way. But the two biggest ROMs in the world are CyanogenMod and AOKP, in that order. Both are open source and thrive off of user submitted code, and both are ... Read More »
This isn’t the first time we’re hearing about the One (not sure how HTC feels about that), but information was pretty sparse in the previous release from OnePlus. This time they took to Facebook to drum up renewed excitement for their fledgling effort.
OnePlus has narrowed the One’s release window from first half ... Read More »
The CyanogenMod Installer was a big step in easing the pain of installing custom software on your device. Each device is different, and each requires its own procedure, making the process difficult and often risky. The CyanogenMod Installer mitigates that by automating the process for many devices, making having the newest version of Android that ... Read More »