OnePlus just took to twitter to tweet a teaser photo which involves the OnePlus One. However it is quite vague and even with the hint – “This is a teaser for something we’ve been cooking up.”, it isn’t easy to decode.
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The much hyped smartphone from YU, the YUTOPIA is set for a launch on December 7th. The smartphone will be the first flagship grade smartphone in the YU smartphone lineup and will have a premium metal build.
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Cyanogen apps package also known as C-Apps is basically a set of apps that bring some of the features from Cyanogen OS on phones with CyanogenMod devices.
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ZUK is a new phone manufacturer that has received backing from Lenovo and the Z1 is their first smartphone. On paper, the device seems to boast quite an impressive set of features and specifications save for the older Snapdragon 801 processor that was seen in yesteryear’s smartphones. However, you can’t really write off a phone just because its processor is a bit old. After all, the OnePlus One is also powered by a Snapdragon 801 and even today, the smartphone is sought after by many and since the ZUK Z1 is also aimed at a similar price point, the phone does make sense. In this review, we take a look at how the phone performs in real life and whether that impressive specs sheets translates to an impressive all round performance in real life as well. We would also be comparing the phone to the OnePlus One which could be called its closest competitor.
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Pete Lau, the distinguished engineer from Oppo, had announced earlier that he left the company to pursue something new. It was known that it involved CyanogenMod and its CTO Steve Kondik, but now we know what exactly they are upto. Pete Lau is now the CEO of a new hardware start up called OnePlus, and unsurprisingly, its software partner will be Cyanogen Inc. which will power its phones, starting with the flagship “OnePlus One”. No, we are not making that up.
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