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LeTV looks to be a new player in high-end devices

It wasn’t too long ago when China-based brands like Xiaomi, OPPO, and OnePlus made their debut and sounded their challenge to the established order of smartphone manufacturers. These young Chinese companies were aggressive and were willing to sell devices that have the same or almost the same specs as the flagship and high-end devices Samsung, Apple, HTC or LG – and selling them at ridiculously low prices. It looks like we have another new player in LeTV.

OnePlus to launch two smartphone devices this year

OnePlus is still feeling the great effects of launching a solid product at a very affordable price. That is what the OnePlus One was, a robust phone with a great price – albeit with an epically difficult purchase method. You cannot describe how difficult it was to get this phone. That said, those that were able to get it were really impressed by it. For its second effort, people are expecting the OnePlus 2 this year, but the number “two” could have a different spin to it.

Breathe in, OxygenOS is finally here

It has finally launched – China-based device makers OnePlus has finally released the first build of their in-house version of Android called OxygenOS. You will remember that the manufacturer’s outstanding first flagship device – the OnePlus One smartphone – came out with Cyanogen’s version of Android. The falling out between the two parties forced OnePlus to consider making their own software, and here we are – OxygenOS is finally upon us.

OnePlus reportedly working on a drone (or not)

That "unspecified new product" that OnePlus has been teasing us these past few weeks may not be at all what we expected. While their ongoing hashtag #OneGameChanger has led us to believe that they might be coming out with a game console of some sort, recent comments made during an AMA Reddit session has people speculating that they might be developing, of all things, a drone.

What do you think is OnePlus’ #OneGameChanger?

OnePlus is a relatively new player in the smartphone market, but they believe they are first and foremost a technology company. Their OnePlus One has met with great reviews but mixed success, mostly due to its unusual way of marketing and distribution. Now they're going a different route once again as they tease the public about the next product that they're releasing through some "clues" that they've posted on their website's forum.

OnePlus to implement new pricing scheme in light of Euro instability

OnePlus said they have tried their best not to be affected by the ongoing instability of the Euro, despite other companies raising their gadget prices to adjust to the volatile market. But as they explained in their press release, their "razor-thin margins" are turning into 0 margins, which is not good for any business. So by March 25, they have no choice but to adjust their prices for the OnePlus One in the markets that are using the currency.

Cyanogen OS12 to have App Themer, paid themes

Cyanogen OS12 hasn't arrived yet for the OnePlus One devices (and any other smartphones/tablets that will be carrying it) but it doesn't mean we can't have a preview of what to expect from it. Customization seems to be playing a big part in this updated OS, and this time around, they're giving us a peek at something called an App Themer which should make people who love changing themes on their devices a lot really happy.

OnePlus announces Lollipop update official release dates

OnePlus One owners have been anticipating for the official Android 5.0 Lollipop software update to roll out. The company has been working on it and is still promising to bring the latest version of the platform very soon. Sadly, there were some issues that still need to be fixed before the Lollipop is released. For one, there's the OS signing issue which the development team didn't see at first. It has since been resolved before the stability issues on camera module on Lollipop were also noticed.

OnePlus One now officially available in 16 more EU countries

Just a few days ago, OnePlus said that they will be adding 16 more countries to those who will be able to purchase their OnePlus One smartphones and other future products. Now they are officially announcing that those countries from the European Union are now part of their roster, bringing the total number to 35. But just like with the other markets, you will only be able to purchase the device through invite or through their Tuesday 24 hour open sale.
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