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OnePlus 3 Stopped By The FCC; Announcement Coming Soon





OnePlus has managed to surprise quite a few people back in 2014 when the company introduced their first handset, the OnePlus One. This device was considered to be one of the best smartphones of the year, and was followed by the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X last year. This China-based company is expected to introduce their third-gen flagship, the OnePlus 3, next month, the rumored date is June 14th. The OnePlus 3 has been leaking like crazy over the last couple of weeks, and the device was even certified by TENAA (China’s equivalent to the FCC) quite recently. Well, the device has now visited the FCC as well, read on.

A week after the OnePlus 3 appeared at TENAA, the phone has stopped by the FCC as well. The FCC listing really doesn’t reveal all that much, except for the fact it confirms its existence basically. Now, thanks to TENAA’s listing (and some reports), we know not only the specs of the device, but also its design. The OnePlus 3 will sport a 5.5-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080) AMOLED display, along with 4GB / 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 64-bit quad-core processor will fuel OnePlus’ new flagship, and an Adreno 530 GPU will be included here as well. The 16-megapixel OIS snapper will be placed on the back of the OnePlus 3, and an 8-megapixel shooter will be available up front. The 3,000mAh battery will also be a part of this package, and it will not be removable. OnePlus has also trademarked their very own fast charging solution a while back, it’s called ‘Dash Charge’, and it might be featured in the OnePlus 3. The fingerprint scanner will be located below the display as part of the home button (physical or capacitive one), and the phone will ship with two SIM card slots. Android 6.0 Marshmallow will ship out of the box here, and on top of it, you’ll be able to find OnePlus’ Oxygen OS (Hydrogen OS in the Chinese variant of the device). 4G LTE with VoLTE is also expected here, and the phone will measures 152.6 x 74.6 x 7.3mm, while it will weight 160 grams.

Now, the OnePlus 3 is expected to ship in Light Gray, Black and Gold color variants, though we’re sure OnePlus will share more info during their press event. That is pretty much it, the OnePlus 3 announcement is right around the corner, we do expect the company to confirm the date of their event soon, and until they do, we’ll guess that it will be held on June 14th as it was reported recently.
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‘The Lab’ Is A Community Review Program For The OnePlus 3





Two weeks away from the expected launch of its third-generation flagship smartphone, Chinese technology startup OnePlus has come up with a new idea that it believes will help broaden its appeal and create more involvement with its fans. The company is now introducing a new initiative called ‘The Lab’, which will “provide fair, honest, crowd-sourced feedback on the OnePlus 3”, as per a post on the company’s official website. OnePlus has already put up a specially-curated page for the purpose, and are inviting applications from members of the general public to be a part of the process. According to OnePlus, users from all around the world are eligible to send in their applications, but only 30 lucky fans will get the opportunity to get the upcoming OnePlus 3 in their hands before the device officially becomes available for purchase.

OnePlus says that the 30 lucky applicants would be chosen after “intense deliberations”, and once the OnePlus 3 handsets are shipped to them, they will then need to submit comprehensive reviews of the device, highlighting, discussing and detailing “the many features that make up the OnePlus 3”. The company describes this new initiative as “a trial by fire – the ultimate test for the OnePlus 3”. Either way, for the 30 lucky individuals who’ll eventually be chosen amongst the thousands of applicants, it sounds like it would be a pretty good deal – get a flagship smartphone for free in exchange of a review. Those who are interested in signing-up should hurry, because the applications will close in about 5 days’ time, and according to data provided by OnePlus, as many as 6,518 people have already signed-up for the opportunity (at the time of writing this article).

‘The Lab’ is just the latest in a long line of novel ideas from the OnePlus marketing department, and is expected to be a fairly popular one amongst the target audience. While the company does come up with some innovative ideas from time to time to hype-up its products, some of them go on to become more contentious than others. A case in point was the highly-controversial ‘Ladies First’ campaign the company had launched a couple of years ago that would have given women the chance to “skip the invite line” and get a chance to buy the company’s first-generation flagship, the OnePlus One. The contest specifically asked women to take a selfie with a visible OnePlus logo painted either on a piece of paper they’re holding, or on their body.
Needless to say, the controversy it created led to the contest being pulled within hours, with the company having to issue a grovelling apology for its offensive and condescending attitude towards women, and for perpetuating “a stereotype that OnePlus in no way supports or condones”. Thankfully, however, this new contest promises to be a lot less controversial and a lot more fun for everybody involved.
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You’ll be able to buy the OnePlus 3, at launch, without an invite









Finally.
OnePlus’ Carl Pei has released a blog post announcing that the OnePlus 3 will be available for purchase, from day one, without and invite. Not only that, the company is ditching the invite system for all future OnePlus products. Yes, really.
One of the biggest complaints users have had about OnePlus products in the past is that they’ve been too difficult to purchase. With the launch on the OnePlus One, OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X, consumers could only purchase one of the new devices if they had an invite, which were insanely difficult to get a hold of, at least at the start. Of course, the company had their reasons for putting the invite system in place — it was a good way to control the amount of inventory that was leaving the warehouse. But now OnePlus is much bigger, and they can probably afford to produce many more units than they could in the past.


See also: It’s official: OnePlus 3 is launching on June 1415 Carl Pei writes:
With the OnePlus 3, we’re officially saying goodbye to invites. It’s a big step for us as a company, our fans, and fellow tech enthusiasts. After sending out millions of invites over the past two years, it’s hard to not think back to the early days and how far we’ve come. We’re proud to have reached a point where we feel confident in making our new device available without invites from day one.
The OnePlus 3 will be officially unveiled, in virtual reality, on Tuesday, June 14. During the first two hours of the launch event, the OnePlus 3 will be available for purchase in the Loop VR experience. Doors to the Loop open at 12:30pm EST, and open sales for the OnePlus 3 commence at 3:00pm EST.
I know many of you are probably very happy with this news. If you have any thoughts, we’d love to hear them in the comments!
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(Update: 12:30PM EDT) It’s official: OnePlus 3 is launching on June 14 (June 15 in China)






Update: OnePlus confirmed that the OnePlus 3 will launch globally on June 14 at 12:30PM EDT (9:30AM PDT). Invites are gone for good, VR users will be able to buy the device exclusively in the first two hours, and open sales will start at 3PM EDT.
Original post: The OnePlus 3 is coming in just two weeks.
OnePlus put up a teaser page on its Chinese website that states that the OnePlus 3 will be introduced at a “conference” on June 15 at 10AM. That’s Chinese time; in the United States, the time will be 10PM (June 14) EDT or 7PM (June 14) PDT.
In a blog post on its Chinese website, the company confirmed that it will introduce the OnePlus 3 at the event.
The teaser celebrates the International Children’s Day. OnePlus asked kids from several countries to let their imagination loose and draw the OnePlus 3. The results are quite adorable.


OnePlus launched the OnePlus 2 on July 27, 2015 at 11PM EDT (July 28, 11AM Beijing time). It looks like the OnePlus 3 launch event will start a bit earlier this time.
OnePlus is not hosting a classic press event for the OnePlus 3. Instead, we’re all invited to don our VR headsets (preferably a Loop VR) and watch the unveiling of the new phone in the virtual settings of the Loop space station. The first OnePlus 3 units to go on sale will be available through VR as well.
The announcement confirms the leak from last week, when a OnePlus representative let the June 14 release date slip in a conversation with a customer.
The OnePlus 3 will feature a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB or 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage space, a 5.5-inch Full HD OLED screen, a 3,000 mAh battery, and a 16MP camera. The 7.3-mm thick device will be available in black, gray, or gold. And NFC is reportedly making a comeback! More details about the OnePlus 3 features are available here.

OnePlus will probably release an official announcement for the international event very soon, so stay tuned for an update.
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Rumor: 1 Million OnePlus 3 Units To Be Available At Launch




OnePlus is a very young company, it was founded at the end of 2013, and despite that, their first smartphone was a huge success. The OnePlus One was introduced back in 2014 and was one of the best devices that year. Since then, OnePlus has released two additional smartphones, the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X. That being said, after a number of leaks, the company has confirmed recently that the OnePlus 3 flagship will be announced on June 15th in China, and it will become available on June 16th, while you won’t be needing an invite in order to purchase it.

Having that in mind, a new report has surfaced in China. According to an industry insider, Mocha RQ, the company will have 1 million OnePlus 3 units in stock at launch, which is the main reason the launch of the device was slightly delayed. That is not all the info we’ve received today though, the phone’s pricing has also surfaced. According to the newest rumor, OnePlus actually plans to release four different variants of their new flagship. The base variant of the OnePlus 3 will cost 2,299 Yuan ($349), which is how much the standard variant of the Mi 5 costs. Now, in addition to this, the rumor stated that the other three variants of the device will go head-to-head with the ZUK Z2 Pro, Le Max 2 and the Huawei Honor V8, respectively. This means that the other three OnePlus 3 variant swill be priced at around 2,499 Yuan ($380), 2,699 Yuan ($410) and 2,799 Yuan ($426), respectively. The rumor does not elaborate on the specifics when it comes to these OnePlus 3 variants, unfortunately, so we can only guess at this point. Two OnePlus 3 variants were certified by TENAA (China’s equivalent to the FCC), the 4GB and 6GB RAM models, but we have no idea what the other two variants represent, perhaps differences in storage space? We’ll just have to wait and see.

Now, according to info shared by TENAA, the OnePlus 3 will feature a 5.5-inch fullHD (1920 x 1080) AMOLED display, 4GB / 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. It’s possible, and quite probable actually, that we’ll get more internal storage variants, and today’s rumor more or less confirms that. Anyhow, the device will be fueled by the Snapdragon 820 64-bit quad-core SoC, and a 3,000mAh battery will also be a part of this package, and it will not be removable. The 16-megapixel snapper will be placed on the back of the phone, and an 8-megapixel shooter will be available up front. Android 6.0 Marshmallow will come pre-installed on the OnePlus 3, and on top of it, you’ll find OnePlus’ Oxygen OS (Hydrogen OS for the Chinese model).
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The OnePlus 3 cometh. Oddly enough, the hype train appears to be off to a much slower start than past iterations, with the biggest promotion for the phone coming by way of blind pre-sales event kicking off on June 6th. OnePlus is hoping you’re so confident in them delivering an amazing product, you’ll cast any doubt aside for the chance at nabbing the phone on launch day and at a slight discount.




Although OnePlus is pretending nobody has seen the phone (despite numerous leaks), leave it to online retailer Oppomart to spoil the fun with what appears to be official images of the OnePlus 3 already up on their site. Priced at $370, the phone is listed as “out of stock” but we’re guessing this is the lower-end version of the phone that will come with less RAM and/or internal storage.

But it’s not just the design of the phone, the Oppomart listing goes into detail with the hardware specifications they believe the OnePlus 3 will come equipped with. Here’s what we could be looking at:
OnePlus 3 specs
  • 5.5-inch 1080p display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor w/ Adreno 530 GPU
  • 4GB/6GB RAM (DDR4)
  • 32GB/64GB/128GB internal storage (UFS 2.0)
  • 16MP Sony IMX298 rear camera with OIS / 8MP front facing camera
  • Fingerprint scanner (front)
  • 4G LTE-FDD multimode modem
  • 3,650mAh battery w/ Quick Charge
  • Android 6.0 Marshmallow (Oxygen OS)
Now, we’ve made plenty of jokes poking fun at the device for looking like an HTC knock-off but we have to admit, it sounds like OnePlus could be preparing to deliver one helluva smartphone. Depending on pricing, we might just eat crow and pick one up for ourselves.
Of course, nothing is official until it’s announced and we’ll need to hold one in our hands first, something that might be difficult considering you wont find the OnePlus 3 anywhere but online.
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Video URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXz19Ab9nYs

OnePlus has outed a video teaser of its upcoming OnePlus 3 smartphone. Released by OnePlus India on YouTube, it's just a 6-second video that doesn't reveal anything specific about the device's design or its specs.

However, what it does reveal is that the device will be made official on June 14 (10:00 PM), which is not inline with the June 15 date confirmed by OnePlus China recently.
It might simply be the case of the Chinese launch coming a day later than the international one. Aside from this, the teaser also tells us that the phone will be an Amazon exclusive.
In case you missed, OnePlus has announced that a total of 1,000 units of the OP3 will be up for grabs on June 6 in China. Read more about the flash sale here.
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OnePlus wants you to buy the OnePlus 3 without seeing it first






By “without seeing it” we mean precisely that. Without seeing it.
OnePlus is no stranger to controversial, occasionally gimmicky marketing stunts. Remember Smash The Past?
Now OnePlus is innovating in this field with a “blind sale.”
1,000 OnePlus 3 units will be put up for sale on the company’s Chinese online store on June 6 at 10AM. But the phone itself will only be unveiled on June 14 (June 15 in China). Basically, customers are asked to buy a black box and just trust OnePlus. Blindly, we might say.
The mystery device will cost 2,999 yuan ($455), but OnePlus said that won’t be the actual price of the device. Customers who want to get the OnePlus 3 ahead of the pack can pay 2,999 yuan and, when the official price is announced, they will either pay the difference (if the actual price is higher, but that’s unlikely) or receive a partial refund (if the actual price is smaller).
For this group of blind devotees, OnePlus is throwing in freebies worth 300 yuan, including a 3-month broken screen warranty. Phones will ship from June 15, and customers can cancel their orders and get a refund through June 14 at 6PM.


If you’re wondering why OnePlus is complicating its life with this sale, it’s probably just to create some much-needed buzz. Case in point, this post.


As for the customers who would consider this promo, props for their courage. To be fair, we know a lot about the OnePlus 3 already. The device has leaked extensively over the past weeks. We know what it will look like and its main specifications are no secret: Snapdragon 820, 4GB/6GB of RAM, 32/64GB storage, 5.5-inch Full HD AMOLED, 3000-mAh battery, and a 16MP rear camera.


We don’t know if a similar blind sale will be held for international customers, but we’ll update when we find out.
Would you buy the OnePlus 3 without seeing it – or any device for the matter? Let us know what you think!
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Why OnePlus decided against releasing its smartwatch






Smartwatches have had a pretty rocky existence since arriving in full force back at Google I/O 2014. Despite the immaturity of Android Wear, it seemed like every smartphone company – with the exception of HTC, which still hasn’t released a smartwatch – instantly had a wearable on the most mobile of mobile platforms. And before Android Wear we had Pebble, but even that stalwart of the wearable market is falling on tough times. So it may come as no surprise that OnePlus had plans for a smartwatch last year but decided to walk away from it.


OnePlus didn’t only have plans for a smartwatch, it actually had a smartwatch, but felt forced not to go into production. OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau, revealed at the Converge conference in Hong Kong today that “we had completed the design but we still decided to scrap it. We have to be focused.” It was a matter of survival of the fittest, and adding a possibly weak “me too” product into the otherwise strong OnePlus lineup would expose the company to what Lau described as a “cruel market”.



“There is no bottom line at all,” Lau told attendees. “To use a Chinese saying, it’s like Chinese smartphone makers are competing to see who can take their pants off first.” The intense competition in China, non-existent bottom line for profit and plateauing domestic smartphone market means that every move is critical. According to Lau, OnePlus has built a niche following in the high-end smartphone market and needs to focus on that pocket of the market rather in order to weather the impending storm rather than try to expand into other territories.
We had completed the design but we still decided to scrap it. We have to be focused.
Lau believes this focused strategy will be sufficient to see OnePlus emerge on the other side as one of a smaller field of competitors, with others falling by the wayside as times get tougher. OnePlus’ presence in the U.S. market is certainly one of OnePlus’ primary strengths, but the product strategy that has gotten OnePlus this far has been centered on doing one thing well. When things calm down in the Chinese market we may well see a smartwatch release from OnePlus, but that might not be for years yet.

Despite China representing the world’s largest smartphone market and Xiaomi recently achieving the highest-ever domestic market share for a Chinese company, the Chinese market, like smartphone markets the world over, is slowing down. Chinese domestic shipments dropped from 62.5% in 2013 to just 2.5% last year, according to research firm IDC. The tremendous success of Xiaomi and Huawei has led many newcomers to attempt to replicate their success, threatening the livelihood of all.
There is no bottom line at all. It is a very cruel market.
So while other large markets like India, South America, Europe and North America might be the saving grace for several Chinese OEMs, those that fail to appeal to audiences outside China may not be there in a couple of years. Lau believes as China’s smartphone market matures, it will be able to sustain many different companies based on different consumer group preferences. But to be sure it is one of those companies, OnePlus won’t be releasing a smartwatch anytime soon.




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OnePlus 3 put up on a “blind sale”, but here’s how it looks



As far as marketing gimmicks go, OnePlus is definitely up there. Although probably not intentional, the very limited, invite-only system did drum up the marketing for the OnePlus One. And then there was that "Smash the Past" for the same flagship that would give you the chance, not an immediate replacement, to get a OnePlus One if you went on air to smash your existing flagship. Now OnePlus is again asking fans to take a leap of faith by putting in a pre-order for the OnePlus 3, without knowning the details or even the final price. Luckily, others are more than willing to fill in the blanks.

This "blind sale" is pretty much the retail version of a blind date. You'll be going in not knowing the deal you're going to get. OnePlus is putting up only 1,000 of its OnePlus 3 smartphones in this promotion and it's puttin it up for 2,999 RMB, roughly $256. OnePlus notes that it isn't the final price of the device and blind buyers will be refunded the difference once the product becomes official. That said, it could very well be close to the final price, depending on which model is offered.
All OnePlus has to show for this blind sale is a nondescript plain, even ominous, black box. However, thanks to a series of leaks, we have an idea of what the OnePlus 3 might look like. In fact, the most recent batch pretty much confirms all those. Here, the smartphone comes in a grey/black color and looks like a flatter HTC One M9. Not that it's exactly a bad thing. No word yet on other color variations or customization options.



As far as specs go, we also have that mostly pinned down. A sighting in Oppomart, not to be confused with the Chinese OEM, also confirms most of what we've heard so far. That includes a 5.5-inch screen, sadly still 1080p, a Snapdragon 820, 4 or 6 GB of RAM, and a 16 megapixel rear camera paired with an 8 megapixel selfie maker. What's new hear is a 128 GB model we haven't heard of previously, which brings the total possible configurations to six. Oppomart starts the price at $369 though our earlier leak starts lower at $349. Then again, neither can really be given 100% credence yet.
As for the blind sale, that starts in less than an hour. Given how many faithful fans OnePlus has, that 1,000 units could be sold out in minutes. Regardless if you buy now or later, shipping starts June 15 (June 14 in the US).
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The OnePlus 3 is slated to be officially announced next week (without invites), but we already know a lot about this device. It’s expected to have a 5.5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4/6GB of RAM, and a 16MP camera. Today, we’re getting our first look at that camera through some sample photos from the OnePlus CEO.
The four photos were shared by the OnePlus CEO. According to the EXIF data, the three larger photos are indeed 16MP as the rumors have indicated. We can also see one sample from the front-facing camera, which is rumored to be 8MP. It’s hard to judge too much based on these photos, but the camera appears to be very good. We’ll get more answers next week. In the meantime, check out the photos below. (Click for full size)



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Android Marshmallow arrives for OnePlus 2 via OxygenOS 3.0.2 update



A couple of things are nearing their own launches this year – that includes the OnePlus 3, the new flagship phone from OnePlus, and Android N, the new latest and greatest version of the mobile OS platform from Google. But even as those dates are coming, owners of the OnePlus 2 – last year’s flagship – were still waiting for that update to Android Marshmallow. Well, their prayers have been answered.

OnePlus has now officially announced the update to OxygenOS 3.0.2 for the OnePlus 2, the official Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update of the said phone. The update will be rolled out via over-the-air (OTA) updates, in incremental fashion. This will mean that the update will arrive not all at once, but usually region by region. OnePlus says they hope to cover all OnePlus 2 units out there within the next 2 days.



Marshmallow updates are not uncommon anymore, and most people know what to expect from it. This includes Android Marshmallow staples like Enhanced Doze mode for better battery life, new security fixes, the updated permissions and all that jazz. OnePlus has also made their own updates to the OxygenOS features which include a new camera UI and better auto-focus, the removal of MaxxAudio and Tuner to be replaced by Dirac HD Sound technology, and improved fingerprint sensor performance and recognition among others.


Make sure you get on a strong wifi connection when you want to update. Remember that this is a jump from Lollipop to Marshmallow, so the download might be a large-ish one. Just in case, you might want to back up your important data as well
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OnePlus To Release Five Cases For OnePlus 3, Zauba Reveals




The OnePlus 3 will land on June 15th, as the company confirmed quite recently. The device will go on sale on June 16th, and if reports are accurate, the company will have 1 million OnePlus 3 units to sale on that day. The OnePlus 3 has been leaking out like crazy over the last couple of weeks, not only do we know what will this phone look like, but we also know most of its specs. The device surfaced on Geekbench and GFXBench, while it was certified by both the FCC and TENAA (China’s equivalent to the FCC). In addition to all this, it is worth mentioning the company’s CEO already shared a couple of images taken with this device, so check that out as well if you’re interested.

That being said, a new piece of the OnePlus 3 puzzle surfaced quite recently, this time we’re looking at some OnePlus 3 accessories. Five different OnePlus 3 cases surfaced on Zauba, India’s import / export website. This listing reveals that the OnePlus 3 will have Bamboo, Karbon, Sandstone, Black Apricot and Rosewood back covers, which is not exactly surprising considering those accessories were available for OnePlus 2 as well, but in a form of a snap-on back cover, not a regular back cover case. The OnePlus 3 will sport a metal unibody design, which excludes the ability to remove its back cover, so you’ll basically have to use a case for if you want to change its looks. This listing did not offer any more info, that is more or less it.

The OnePlus 3 will ship in both 4GB and 6GB RAM flavors, the 4GB RAM model will come with 32GB of internal storage, while the higher-end model will ship with 64GB of native storage. This handset will be fueled by the Snapdragon 820 SoC, while the Adreno 530 GPU will also be a part of this package. The 16-megapixel shooter will be located on the back of this phone, and the device will also sport an 8-megapixel selfie snapper. Android 6.0 Marshmallow will come pre-installed on the OnePlus 3, and on top of it, you’ll be able to find OnePlus’ Oxygen OS. The device will be made out of metal, and the fingerprint scanner will, once again, going to be placed below the display. Speaking of which, the device will feature a 5.5-inch fullHD AMOLED display, at least according to rumors / reports.
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6GB RAM Variant Of OnePlus 3 Pops Up On GFXBench




The OnePlus 3 announcement is right around the corner. This China-based company has already scheduled a press event for June 15th during which they’ll introduce their all-new flagship. The OnePlus 3 will go on sale on June 16th, which was also officially confirmed. The company will, reportedly, have around 1 million devices in stock in order to sell on June 16th, and this time around you won’t even need an invite to buy one, which is great. That being said, the OnePlus 3 has been certified by TENAA (China’s equivalent to the FCC) already, while the device has also been listed on Geekbench, not to mention that it leaked a number of times thus far.

Well, a new leak surfaced quite recently, the OnePlus 3 was benchmarked by yet another site, this time around it popped up on GFXBench. Thanks to TENAA, we know that OnePlus intends to release two RAM variants of the OnePlus 3, the 4GB and 6GB RAM models. Well, the higher-end one got listed on GFXBench, and the specs listed here to hand-in-hand with the previous listings. The OnePlus 3 will sport a 5.5-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080) AMOLED panel, 4GB / 6GB RAM and 32GB / 64GB of internal storage. The device will be fueled by the Snapdragon 820 64-bit quad-core processor, along with the Adreno 530 GPU. The 16-megapixel camera will be placed on the back of this smartphone, and an 8-megapixel snapper will be located up front. Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow will ship out of the box here, and on top of it, you’ll be able to find OnePlus’ Oxygen OS. The device will be made out of metal, and it more or less looks like a cross between the HTC One M9 (back) and one of Meizu’s device (front), at least according to the images we’ve seen thus far.

In case you’re interested in OnePlus 3’s camera samples, click here, OnePlus’ CEO Pete Lau shared a new batch of images taken with OnePlus 3’s main shooter quite recently. That is more or less it, the OnePlus 3 will be announced in about a week, and we more or less know everything about its design and specs already. There’s still room for OnePlus to surprise us though, so stay tuned.
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OnePlus Co-Founder Shows Off Smartwatch Sketch That Will Never Happen





On Twitter, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, showed off a smartwatch design that the company was apparently working on in 2015. However, as mentioned by Carl, the device will likely never see the light of day, reasons unknown.
The design is pretty typical, featuring a round display and possibly detachable body, but beyond that, it’s your standard smartwatch design. We don’t really need to dive into the details, since the device won’t ever be on your wrist. Whether OnePlus doesn’t have the resources or want to get into the Android Wear arena, the true reason why this smartwatch was shelved may never be known.
Funny enough, people on Twitter gave plenty of reason for OnePlus not to release a smartwatch. Comments included, “focus on smartphones,” “market is saturated with smartwatches,” “get one thing right first,” and “looks like a design for the Pop Swatch.”
What do you think? Should OnePlus start making smartwatches or stick to smartphones?
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OnePlus Confirm HydrogenOS and OxygenOS Are Merging





OnePlus have confirmed that their two existing platforms, HydrogenOS and OxygenOS, are merging in order to release new software updates and security patches sooner. The OxygenOS 3.5 platform, currently available to OnePlus customers, is to form the foundation of the new combined software going forward. OnePlus have also combined the platform development teams and the reason why Community software builds have been released is to start to release software based on their combined efforts. The Community builds are to help OnePlus understand what software, user interface, color options work and what does not. OnePlus had this to say about the rationale behind combining the two platforms and in releasing Community builds: “The main benefit of combining our team resources is to speed up software updates. We know we have some room to continue improving there, and this is an important step in the right direction.” In other words, OnePlus are well aware that they are struggling to release security patches and software updates for their relatively small portfolio of devices.
Of OnePlus’ four models currently available, two are based around the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, the original OnePlus One and the later OnePlus X. These devices are almost certainly not going to receive an official update to Android 7.0 Nougat as Qualcomm have not released updated GPU drivers for the Snapdragon 801. However, these two handsets could still be receiving the security patches that Google are releasing for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. OnePlus 2 is based around the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 and the OnePlus 3 is based around the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820. Currently, OnePlus have been building, testing and developing two operating systems and do not appear to have the necessary resource.

Let’s share a few words as to why OnePlus currently maintain two software builds, HydrogenOS and OxygenOS. The long and short of it is that OnePlus maintains different software platforms because the OnePlus range of devices are sold across the world, and Western smartphone tastes are very different to the Chinese and Asian markets. In very simplistic terms, these eastern markets typically have an Android user interface that excludes the app drawer and uses lots of pastel colours and large icons. Transitions between different screens are increased in complexity; this is HydrogenOS. By comparison, OxygenOS’ near-stock look and feel is quite stark. The recent Community builds have started to blend together these two elements, so we are seeing the dialer use a different range of colors with more of a pastel tint to them. The notification shade has adopted large buttons, similar to a MIUI type of ROM. In essence, we are seeing OnePlus place some identity into the Community builds.

Is this a good thing? For those customers buying the OnePlus 3 as a proxy for the Nexus, on the face of it this might not be a good thing. However, OnePlus actively support the ROM development market and have one of the best bootloader warranty policies in the market: customers are free to try other ROMs, and there are plenty available. For customers not wishing to go down this route, their Community ROMs contain a theming and color engine, so a different custom theme could be all that is required. And perhaps most of all is that OnePlus are adapting their OnePlus software to cope with customer feedback and criticism. That software updates are taking too long to arrive is something that the team have identified and are working on improving this. At the same time, we may see a ROM that could appeal to users all over the world. Most of all, if you are a OnePlus customer, they value your feedback on your device.
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OnePlus 4 release date, news & update: Smartphone to go give tough competition to iPhone 7








OnePlus showcasing the 3.5mm headphone jack in OnePlus 3. Facebook/OnePlus



OnePlus 3 was praised for its power-packed performance and now the mobile maker is reportedly working on OnePlus 4 that is expected to give Samsung and Apple some serious competition. It will go head-to-head with the likes of Samsung Galaxy S8, Google Pixel and Pixel XL and Apple iPhone 8.
Flagships from top tech companies could be sporting dual-edge curved displays and iPhone 8 could have an all-glass display. Hence, OnePlus 4 would also be looking to wow its fans with some unique features and specs. As per The Bitbag, the OnePlus 4 may be coming with an OLED pressure-sensitive display.
The upcoming handset from OnePlus could also be having a modular design allowing users to connect different modules to it. OnePlus 4 is expected to be released in two variants, 6GB and 8GB. It may have a Quad HD display and be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processor.
OnePlus 4 will be running on Android 7.0 Nougat, have a 256GB internal storage, 4,000 mAh battery supporting wireless charging and either a 21 or 23MP rear camera. The rumoured fingerprint scanner may also be included.
As the OnePlus 3 was launched in June this year, tech experts expect the OnePlus 4 to be released in the second quarter of 2017. As regards the price, OnePlus 4 variants may cost anything between US$399 (AU$520) to US$449 (AU$590).
If these specs are included in OnePlus 4, it will be equipped to handle any onslaught by top players i the mobile market. The handset can easily become the strongest opponent to the Apple iPhone 7. OnePlus will be looking to capitalise on the recent Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall fiasco, writes TechPlz.
The OnePlus 4 is expected to offer a myriad functions and customisation to its users. For more information on OnePlus 4, stay tuned on IBT AU.
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OnePlus 3T sighted online on with Snapdragon 821




A new OnePlus phone is coming. It’s not another flagship or mid-range device but just a new variant of the OnePlus 3. It’s not’s a OnePlus 3S as most industry insiders were thinking but it will be known officially as the OnePlus 3T. The 3T is short for 3 Turbo which we’re assuming is a faster phone than the original model.


Codenamed as ‘OnePlus A3010’, this variant will feature slight improvements including the new Snapdragon 821. Sadly, this one will only have LCD display instead of AMOLED. Main reason is there’s some shortage. However, a OnePlus executive said they will using Optic AMOLED screen in the future. This change to LCD is only temporary. Price is said to be the same though.
OnePlus A3010 was sighted on 3C earlier. It’s already certified for release in China so we’re only waiting for the official launch and commercial availability. As for the specs, the OnePlus 3T will be equipped with a 16MP rear camera (with LED flash and Sony IMX298 sensor), 8MP front-facing shooter, 64GB built-in storage, 6GB RAM, fingerprint sensor, 4G VoLTE connectivity, and USB Type-C. There’s a 3000mAh battery with Dash Charge tech for quick charging. Straight out of the box, phone will run Android 7.0 Nougat.
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OnePlus rumored to be working on upgraded OnePlus 3T that will cost an extra $80


The OnePlus 3 was a marked improvement over the company's "2016 Flagship killer" OnePlus 2. OnePlus is focused on the spec sheet, with the OP3 packing a Snapdragon 820 and 6GB of RAM. The company is now rumored to be working on a faster version of the device called the OnePlus 3T. According to @evleaks, it'll cost around $80 more.

The OnePlus 3T has been rumored for a couple weeks as a device that's very similar to the current OnePlus 3, but moves to the newer Snapdragon 821 SoC. That's the chip powering Google's Pixel phones. It's not clear what other specs might get a boost, but there had better be more than a slightly faster ARM chip if the price really is $80 higher. The OP3 is already $399, so if @evleaks is right we're looking at $479 or so.
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The display might be a place to make some improvements—the 1080p AMOLED on this phone is just okay, and OP has had issues getting enough AMOLED panels lately. This might be a chance to jump to a higher resolution LCD that's easier to get in sufficient quantities.
A device with the model number A3010 was recently passed through Chinese regulators, which could be the OnePlus 3T. There's no launch time frame available, but it could be announced any time now.
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Rumor: OnePlus 4 To Arrive By July, Sports The Snapdragon 830





The OnePlus 3 is the current flagship smartphone from OnePlus and one which offers considerable value for money – a trait OnePlus has become quite known for. However, with 2017 creeping closer it is only natural for much of the speculation to start to turn towards what manufacturers will bring to the smartphone table in 2017, including OnePlus.
Of course, it stands to reason that the OnePlus 4 will be the next-in-line evolution, barring any drastic name change of the flagship range and in spite of the OnePlus 4 seemingly still months away, the rumors have already started to come through. Like for instance, the rumor that the OnePlus 4 will come sporting 8GB RAM and a 23-megapixel camera. Which would suggest that OnePlus is again looking to pack in the best-in-class specs. An assumption which is now also further backed up by a new rumor that has come through Weibo which states that the OnePlus 4 will come powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processor. Now, this might seem like a given to some, as the OnePlus 2 came sporting the Snapdragon 810 and the OnePlus 3, the Snapdragon 820, but the 830 is still an unannounced processor. So whether it will or will not come sporting this one, is likely to be determined on when, and if, the Snapdragon 830 gets announced. Needless to say, this is just a rumor at the moment and one which does not particular come with much weight.

That said, another aspect of this latest rumor is that the OnePlus 4 will launch around the June/July time. Again, this is likely to seem more obvious than not to some, as it is usually around this three-month period that the previous OnePlus devices have been announced – with the OnePlus One having been announced in April, the OnePlus 2 in July and the OnePlus 3 in June. So it does stand to reason that the OnePlus 4 would be announced around the same time.. Although, once again, this is still just a light rumor and as mentioned, the release date of the OnePlus 4 could likely be determined by the release date of the Snapdragon 830, if the first part of the rumor is correct. In either case, if the other current rumors are true, those looking for a new OnePlus device might not have to wait anywhere near as long as June or July as it does seem to be the case that a new OnePlus device is en route, the OnePlus 3T.
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OnePlus 'Gear' now on sale until Nov 4 at 6:00 a.m. ET



Get your bags and t-shirts to go with your OnePlus phone.
Right on schedule, OnePlus has opened up the "Gear" section of its online store for a limited time to start selling some of the lifestyle products it has been selling in China for some time. This is simply a testing of the waters from OnePlus as the sale is only on for a mere 24 hours, so if you're at all interested in these bags and t-shirts you'll want to check out the store right away.

While the prices are a tad more expensive than expected, they're still reasonable, with the sleek travel backpack landing at $50 and the simple travel messenger bag for the same price in two color choices. You can also go for a premium leather version of the messenger for twice the price. At $20 each the shirts aren't cheap, then again OnePlus likely isn't making enough to offer them much cheaper.
Get 'em while you can.
The hope is that OnePlus may see enough sales in this first testing period to keep the Gear store open permanently outside of China, adding more of the products currently available there and eventually bringing down the operating costs enough to sell a bit cheaper. The few things available now look quite nice (I actually have the backpack and it's very well designed and constructed), and I'd like to see more of it.

After the announcement and seeing what's offered, are you interested in picking up any OnePlus Gear? Let us know what you picked up (or passed on) in the comments!
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Qualcomm teases a new OnePlus device, possibly the OnePlus 3T






Qualcomm’s latest tweet reveals that OnePlus is preparing to launch a new device powered by the Snapdragon 821 processor, and this might just be the long-rumored OnePlus 3T.



A lot of rumors have been saying that an upgraded OnePlus 3 model could be launched soon. At first, it was the OnePlus 3S with a LCD display instead of the Optic AMOLED technology found in the OnePlus 3. That was quickly dismissed by Carl Pei, who specified that the company would be sticking with OLED displays for the foreseeable future. But rumors did not stop.




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Something new from @OnePlus is on the way…and it’s powered by our #Snapdragon 821 processor. Stay tuned.






In mid-October, we saw a CNCA listing of a OnePlus device with the model number A3010. Given the fact that the OnePlus 3’s model number is A3000, this clearly meant a device with a minor upgrade was on its way. And after someone claiming to be a OnePlus designer posted on a Chinese microblogging website using a device named OnePlus 3T, it was pretty clear that this slightly updated device would indeed have a letter T added to the regular OnePlus 3 moniker.
The main difference between the OnePlus 3 and the 3T is said to be the processor. Instead of Snapdragon 820, the updated version will employ Snapdragon 821 – a slightly faster processor that supports Google’s Daydream VR. Well, if a device named OnePlus 3T does in fact exist and if it uses Qualcomm’s latest mobile chipset, then Qualcomm’s tweet above may very well be referring to the long-rumored OnePlus 3T.
Well, if a device named OnePlus 3T does in fact exist and if it uses Qualcomm's latest mobile chipset, then Qualcomm's tweet above may very well be referring to the long-rumored OnePlus 3T.
Other than the updated processor, the OnePlus 3T is said to have a different camera module: instead of the 20-megapixel rear camera with f/2.0 aperture, it will use Sony’s IMX395 sensor, featuring the same amount of megapixels but with f/1.7 aperture instead. The battery might see a light increase as well from 3,000 mAh to 3,300 mAh. And Evan Blass says that the new model will cost $80 more, meaning the base model with 64GB is going to be around $480. Other than that, the OnePlus 3T should have the same 5.5-inch AMOLED display with a FHD resolution and the impressive 6GB of RAM. We don’t know if it will run Android Nougat out of the box, but we sure hope so!
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The OnePlus 3T is set to be unveiled tomorrow but it seems that Oppomart has jumped the gun a bit. OnePlus started teasing the OnePlus 3T last week, along with Qualcomm, as the new device is slated to include the new Snapdragon 821 processor.


There were some rumors making the rounds which suggested OnePlus may be putting an extra 2GB of RAM into the 3T, bumping the total up to 8GB. But according to the spec sheet from Oppomart, OnePlus has decided to keep the 6GB that was released with the OnePlus 3.
OnePlus 3T Specs:
  • 5.5-inch FHD Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 Processor
  • 6GB RAM
  • 64GB/128GB Storage
  • 8MP Front-facing Camera
  • 16MP Rear-facing Camera
  • 3,080mAh Battery
  • Dash Charge
  • OxygenOS Based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow
As for the other changes, with the new device, it seems that OnePlus has added a little bit extra battery (3,080mAh), compared to the OnePlus 3 (3,000mAh). It also seems as though the OnePlus 3T will be offered in both 64GB and 128GB storage capacities, whereas the OnePlus 3 was just offered in 64GB.
Finally, the price. The OnePlus 3 was released with a retail price of $399, but the OnePlus 3T is listed at $500 on Oppomart. There’s a chance some of these could change following tomorrow’s official announcement, but Oppomart is usually dead-on with these types of listings.
This leads us to wonder, would you spend an extra $100 for 80mAh extra battery and the Snapdragon 821? Let us know in the comments below.
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Well that was quick! First OnePlus let the 3T slip on their homepage, then we learned all the specs, and now the triforce is complete with official pricing and availability info. The OnePlus 3T will be available on November 22nd for $439, which is just $39 more than the cost of the OnePlus 3T.
OnePlus 3T Specs:
  • 5.5-inch FHD Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 Processor
  • 6GB RAM
  • 64GB/128GB Storage
  • 16MP Front Camera
  • 16MP Rear Camera
  • 3,400mAh Battery
  • USB Type-C
  • OxygenOS based on Android Marshmallow
It’s still unknown what OnePlus plans to do with the OnePlus 3. When looking at the spec differential, there shouldn’t be much reason to go with the former device if the OnePlus 3T is priced just $40 above that of its predecessor. Also, for those worried about the new device being based on Android Marshmallow, OnePlus has already stated that Android Nougat will be coming to the OnePlus 3 before the end of the year, and we expect the OnePlus 3T shouldn’t be far behind on that timeline.
Now that you know everything there is to know about the new OnePlus 3T, will you be picking one up? Sound off and let us know in the comments below.
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