OnePlus, which started as a flagship killer in 2013, will now focus only on “true flagship” line, and as a result company has decided to discontinue the OnePlus X series. This means OnePlus X will not have a successor smartphone. Continue reading “OnePlus X series discontinued, now focus on “true flagship” line only: CEO”
The upcoming OnePlus flagship smartphone – OnePlus 3 – design is already out in purported press render image, and now company’s CEO Pete Lau took on Chinese microblogging website Weibo teasing that the ‘OP3 feels good to hold’. Previously, he had shared a camera sample of the OP3 on Weibo too. Continue reading “Everything you need to know about OnePlus 3, CEO says ‘feels good to hold’”
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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Over the past few months, Oppo has come up as one of the most notable smartphone brands emerging out of China. The company had trumpeted their appreciation for CyanogenMod and made it easy for users to shift to the third party ROM on their phones. However it looks like the company’s VP Pete Lau will be leaving Oppo to launch a new brand in association with Cyanogen’s Steve Kondik. The two are all set to create a new smartphone that will be powered by the CyanogenMod ROM and have high end specifications. Continue reading “Oppo’s Pete Lau teams up with Steve Kondik to create the perfect Android flagship”