With a 5.5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 801, 64GB of storage and a 13-megapixel camera, you have to wonder just how much money OnePlus could possibly be making on the insanely cheap OnePlus One. Well, according to OnePlus CEO Peter Lau, they’re not making anything.
In an interview with TechRadar, Lau was quoted as saying that ... 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 ... Read More »
The performance of the HTC One (M8) might be a bit contentious given HTC’s own admission that the device kicks itself into High Performance Mode when most benchmarking tools are used. But the reality is that the Snapdragon 801 is perhaps the most powerful smartphone processor currently on the market (by a hair over the ... Read More »
OnePlus has been quite vocal about the specs that it’s chosen for its upcoming smartphone. For example, when it came time to announce the processor in the OnePlus One, the company took great care to explain its choice in a relatable way. It ended up selecting an older Snapdragon 800 instead of the newer Snapdragon ... Read More »
Oppo has been slowly trickling out details of its new Find 7 smartphone over the past several months, but today the company officially lifted the gates and let the full wave of information flow.
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With over 50 articles on the all new HTC One (M8) in our archives, you’d think that all the phones mysteries would have been revealed by now. The all new HTC One brochure leak we posted this morning revealed what the phone’s Duo Camera is capable of, but a new sell sheet ... Read More »
At least some of the next generation offerings from Qualcomm are here, and though we aren’t yet seeing a crazy powerful flagship processor, some nice chips were announced today. The highest end chip announced was the Snapdragon 801, a slight improvement over the Snapdragon 800. It remains a 32-bit chip, but the clock speed is ... Read More »