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OnePlus 6T just leaked in (nearly) full

OnePlus 6T just leaked in (nearly) full

An image of the OnePlus 6T appeared on our desk this afternoon complete with an on-brand OnePlus Red exterior. There's not a lot we can't guess at this point about the OnePlus 6T, despite it being weeks from release or even a full reveal. But without an image like this, it's difficult to picture, if you know what I mean.

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Vivo V11 is unique: Low cost, hype features

Vivo V11 is unique: Low cost, hype features

The Vivo V11 was revealed this week with a new sort of notch on its face and an in-display fingerprint sensor. It has a full-screen display and looks, by all accounts, to be a high-priced piece of hardware. But it's not. It's released by Vivo, a company that's a very close relative to two other companies with the same parent: OPPO and OnePlus.*

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Alleged OnePlus 6T retail box reveals a major new feature

Alleged OnePlus 6T retail box reveals a major new feature

We’ve never really run out of leaked photos of upcoming smartphones. We even have renders that nearly hit all the right marks. But a retail box without the phone? Well, that’s not something you see every day. But true to its slogan, OnePlus is not one to settle for anything less. So here’s alleged one box of the upcoming OnePlus 6T. Just the box. But even without the phone, it seems that the empty box can tell us something no other leak has so far.

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POCOPHONE F1 global rollout: why it matters

POCOPHONE F1 global rollout: why it matters

OnePlus should probably be a bit worried right now with its status as the flagship killer being threatened by a challenger that is both old and new. Xiaomi-born POCOPHONE, a.k.a. Poco in other countries, has just revealed its grand plan to make the POCOPHONE F1, a.k.a. Poco F1 in other countries, available throughout the world. Well almost throughout the world. But more than just worldwide availability, the POCOPHONE F1’s real selling factor is its selling price, which is a lot lower than the OnePlus 6.

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Poco F1 can beat OnePlus 6: 10 points!

Poco F1 can beat OnePlus 6: 10 points!

Phone brand Xiaomi made sub-brand Poco to take on OnePlus both in India and abroad. In the first week after launch, Poco seems already to have rustled up quite a few jimmies in OnePlus forums - might it be that OnePlus finally has some real competition in their once-dominated price-for-value space?

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OPPO F9 teardrop notch up-close hands-on

OPPO F9 teardrop notch up-close hands-on

Here up close and personal with the OPPO F9 we've got a look at what could very well be the next wave in OnePlus smartphone aesthetics. Much like the OPPO phones that came before it, this OPPO F9 has a sleek body and a look that defies the norm ever-so-slightly. In this device is a near full-frontal-coverage display. In this device is a peek into the future for America released first in a brand that rarely reaches our shores.

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OnePlus 6T release tipped for October as T-Mobile exclusive

OnePlus 6T release tipped for October as T-Mobile exclusive

The OnePlus 6T will launch as a T-Mobile exclusive in the US, according to reports, when the hotly-anticipated Android smartphone arrives later in the year. The deal will be a marked turn-around for OnePlus, which so far has pursued unlocked, SIM-free sales, independent from the carriers.

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Android Pie update OEM checklist: who’s in and who’s not

Android Pie update OEM checklist: who’s in and who’s not

It’s that time of year again. New Android version, new guessing and then waiting game for which phones will get the update and, just as importantly, when. Things have gotten better over the years, in no small part thanks to high-profile security scares and Apple gloating, but it’s far from being ideal. Ideally, that would be when lists like this will be superfluous. But until that glorious day, here are some of the smartphone makers who have gone public about their love for Pie and those that have been unsurprisingly yet annoyingly silent for the past weeks.

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OnePlus 6T release details ‘leaked’ in OPPO R17

OnePlus 6T release details ‘leaked’ in OPPO R17

The OnePlus 6T was just teased in a smartphone release from OPPO, in a device called OPPO R17. This device takes on some of the best qualities of its predecessors and makes for a new smartphone that's ready to do battle with the best smartphones in the world. It doesn't look like the sort of competitor you'd expect from a company you've (maybe) never heard of. So what's it got to do with the OnePlus 6T?

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Android P update just announced for OnePlus 3 and 3T

Android P update just announced for OnePlus 3 and 3T

The OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T were announced to get an Android P update this week, officially. That means that the phone that was released in the first half of 2016 is now getting an update to the newest version of Android in August of 2018. What is this, some sort of company which updates its smart devices like it should? It's absolute madness!

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How did OnePlus just beat Apple and Samsung?

How did OnePlus just beat Apple and Samsung?

A perfect storm of sales and big-name new phone releases made OnePlus win the quarter for premium device sales in India in Q2 2018. Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone X are not currently in vogue as we're a few months away from a new launch, and Galaxy Note 9 is coming at the start of August - so that leaves OnePlus 6 to clean up, really. OnePlus took advantage of the day with promotions that work particularly well in India, too: EMI and cashback offers.

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OnePlus CEO Pete Lau: no to wireless charging for now

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau: no to wireless charging for now

Although it may have had a few lapses here and there, OnePlus has tried hard to stay true to its commitment to “Never Settle”. That, however, may have ironically caused it to ironically miss out on some features that some of its own users ask for. Of course, there’s no pleasing everyone which is why OnePlus is putting its foot down on wireless charging, simply because, as CEO Pete Lau says in an interview, it just isn’t there yet.

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