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OnePlus Releases Price List for Spare Parts in India

When we talk about things like Customer Service and Warranty, OnePlus isn't a company that gets spoken about very positively. They had a very rough start in those departments, ending up in the bad books of many customers, and not without good reason, too. There are plenty of horror stories doing the round on the web...

OnePlus One – A Redefinition of the Developer-Friendly Device

Back in 2013, when OnePlus announced the One model, many of us knew almost nothing about this company. We simply heard of a no-name from China with promises of making a “flagship killer”, which was alleged to be competitive against powerful devices made by Samsung, LG and Sony. This sounded ridiculous, but when the One model...

OnePlus Announces Android 6.0 Marshmallow Roadmap

OnePlus took to its forums to announce the roadmap for bringing over Android 6.0 Marshmallow to its growing portfolio of devices. First up is the OnePlus One, which will continue on with Cyanogen OS as that is what the product officially shipped with. The Marshmallow update for the One (with Cyanogen OS) is expected in the...

AOSParadox, a New ROM for the OnePlus One With a Fresh Perspective

AOSParadox is the first ROM for the OnePlus One that isn't based on the CM device tree. Instead, it's directly based off CAF AOSP (CodeAurora Forums; CAF AOSP is basically stock AOSP with additional optimizations for Qualcomm devices) repos, making it as close to AOSP as you can get on a non-Nexus. Why is the device...

OnePlus One Specs

Reviewers say: Battery life on the OnePlus One is top-notch. The camera is mediocre, and the lack of microSD slot and removable battery is a negative. However most reviewers agree that the price of the OnePlus One makes for a fantastic value that is very much worthy of consideration. Visit the XDA OnePlus One forum for in-depth discussion...

Cyanogen OS 12 Build Fixes Touchscreen For OnePlus One

After having made appearances in the nightly builds of CM12.1, the touchscreen driver which effectively fixes most touchscreen issues while still having negligible effects on battery life has made its way on to the official Cyanogen OS builds for the OnePlus One. The build YNG1TAS2I3 is 566 MB large and contains the new and improved touchscreen drivers, fixes...

OnePlus One Hydrogen OS: First Impressions

May 28th 2015 was a special day for OnePlus. Afterall, it was on this day that they had promised to release Hydrogen OS, their own homebrewed China-specific ROM for the OnePlus One. And they did deliver, as Hydrogen OS was unveiled to the public in a beta format. Tag along as we take a look...

OnePlus Partners With Dropbox, Discounts One To $249

OnePlus had a big announcement slated for June 1st. While the company did not release the OnePlus 2 as everyone hoped and wanted, they did announce a limited-time price cut on the OnePlus One. Experimenting with the flash sales model, OnePlus sold the OnePlus One at a discounted price for a whole week at alternate times....

OnePlus Two: Expectations and Boundaries

OnePlus is a company that has been through controversies and praise in what was perhaps one of the most dynamic years for a company - and all of this with a single phone. The OnePlus One was, indeed, flagship killer that didn’t settle in many ways. The device went on to sell over a million...

OxygenOS Kernel Source Released

The kernel is the central part of an operating system, and is basically a program that serves as an interface between the applications you run and your hardware (including the memory which softwares need to run, disk or network access and so on). The Linux kernel is one of the most popular, and is what...

OnePlus Late March AMAA Roundup

OnePlus is one of those companies that appear one day and next thing you know, they are all over the internet. Their original OnePlus One phone was a major success in the mobile space due to its low price yet remarkable specifications - the ultimate goal of the company and their “Never Settle” slogan. We...

ColorOS Camera on OPO: Great Port, Great Option

Some lenses are better than others, and when it comes to hardware the difference can be quantified in a lab. As far as applications go, however, the story is a little different - you've got hundreds of options out there, be it on the Playstore, on our forums or whatever third-party resource you can find....