OnePlus One users can now get updates to the CyanogenOS running their phones, following the resolution of a legal dispute between OnePlus and Cyanogen.
Across Asia, there are a number of relatively new phone brands playing to their strengths in home markets, aiming to steal sales away from Samsung.
OnePlus owners looking to upgrade to the latest and greatest version of Android must make a choice between the two operating systems.
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China’s OnePlus launched in India today, pricing the 64GB version of the OnePlus One phone at INR 21,999, which is US$355.
The battle between two cool Chinese phonemakers has extended to two ecommerce platforms in their most sought-after market, India.
OnePlus has sold just over 500,000 phones since the new brand hit the market in 16 countries in May.
Get ready for a near future where many devices will simultaneously define the future of computing.
After half a year of only selling its phones to international customers via invite, OnePlus has just announced it will open pre-orders for one hour.
Indian consumers should get their wallets ready to officially pre-order the OnePlus One.
The key number in China these days when it comes to smartphones is 2,000 – that’s RMB 2,000, which works out to a little over US$300.
Youku CEO Victor Koo and OnePlus founder Pete Lau have already completed the challenge and kicked off the trend among the other Chinese tech CEOs.