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OnePlus 6T review

"  There's a new OnePlus 6T flagship in town, one uniquely similar and all the while, different from its predecessor. A new and bigger AMOLED panel, with a smaller notch and cutting-edge in-display fingerprint reader, plus a bigger battery pretty much define the upgrade over the OnePlus 6. However, the OnePlus 6T also marks the official removal of the headphone jack - surely, a downgrade and sad occasion for many long-term fans.  "

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Posted on Friday, November 02, 2018 @ 11:32:45 UTC in OnePlus by Wesslan



OnePlus 5T review

The OnePlus 5T is the mid-season substitute to the company's flagship (and, as of late, only) smartphone. The T doesn't bring radical changes - on the contrary; it's a minor update to help the 5 stay in fashion and, as a side effect, why not spark up buzz right in time for holiday shopping. The most significant and readily visible alteration is the screen - it's now a trendy, tall, 18:9 6-incher. It's not state-of-the-art in terms of resolution, but OnePlus has always insisted anything beyond FullHD is overkill.  "

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Posted on Saturday, November 25, 2017 @ 18:13:34 UTC in OnePlus by Wesslan



OnePlus 3T video review

Ladies and gentlemen, it's time for another video review! Ready, set, let's go! This time we've taken the OnePlus 3T for a spin. So does the "T" stand for "Turbo"? Officially, no - the Chinese company says it was just trying to be funny and chose the letter because every other company seems so in love with "S", and "T" is the next letter after that. Hence, better? Well, you'll only find out what we think if you watch the video embedded below. In little over four minutes, you might make up your mind whether to buy a OnePlus 3T or not.  "

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Posted on Saturday, December 24, 2016 @ 21:11:51 UTC in OnePlus by Wesslan



OnePlus 3T review

OnePlus has always been one of those companies on the mobile scene, you just can't help but root for. At least to some degree, that is. A small company with big dreams, throwing around lofty titles, like "the flagship killer" and talking of a price revolution that is just around the corner. The best part is that the tiny phone maker mostly delivered on its first viral-marketing promises. The OnePlus One kick-started a brand new and highly competitive niche market segment for value-driven devices with high-end specs. Even more impressively, it mostly managed to keep the dice rolling with the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus 3 as well.  "

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Posted on Saturday, December 10, 2016 @ 13:36:30 UTC in OnePlus by Wesslan



OnePlus 3 review

"  A quality act is hard to follow, especially so, when you've already done it twice and you are gunning for nothing short of gold with a "never settle" attitude. The third flagship in OnePlus's modest device lineup represents a new and quite difficult approach to the task, juggling between the classic start-up style formula of high-end specs on a budget and a newly found business maturity and company growth. It is a difficult mix, to say the least and yet, somehow, the OnePlus 3 seems to make it work. On many levels, the handset preserves that very same fiery attitude and approach that earned the original OnePlus One its "Flagship killer" reputation, but at the same time, it is a radically different device, stemming from a now bigger and stronger OnePlus, that has transcended the need for Guerrilla marketing schemes and the dreaded invite system into a much more mature company.  "

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Posted on Monday, August 01, 2016 @ 08:32:22 UTC in OnePlus by Wesslan



OnePlus X Review

"  OnePlus is not your typical smartphone company. It does not have a multi-billion marketing budget, it does not have a worldwide chain of retail stores, and it does not have a gazillion of handsets behind its back. What OnePlus does have, on the other hand, is a supportive community of users and fans, as well as the valuable skill to generate hype around its products – through teasers, contests, and all other sorts of campaigns. Another peculiarity setting OnePlus apart is its infamous invitation system. To buy a OnePlus handset, you’d normally need to have an invitation, and these aren’t always easy to obtain. This also applies to the OnePlus X – the third and latest smartphone in the company’s portfolio. But guess what – we happen to have one.  "

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Posted on Sunday, December 06, 2015 @ 17:42:16 UTC in OnePlus by Wesslan



OnePlus One Review

"  Back in April, when smartphone entrant OnePlus finally took the wraps off of its first phone after months of teasers and hype build-up, we were part of the cheering crowd. After all, what's not to like? We were promised an affordable flagship phone with no-compromise specs, and these promises certainly materialized. The 16GB version of the OnePlus One is currently sold for $299, and it packs some pretty amazing hardware. It's got a large, 5.5-inch display, along with latest generation silicon in the Snapdragon 801. It's also a very capable camera phone, and its large battery ensures industry-leading longevity. But we were also a little hesitant during the whole hype campaign around the One. Indeed, we knew that the more OnePlus drove expectations up before launch, the bigger the chance that disappointment was inevitable.  "

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Posted on Thursday, July 17, 2014 @ 12:02:27 UTC in OnePlus by Wesslan



OnePlus One review

"  From zero to flagship killer in less than 6 months. That's the life story of OnePlus Tech - a big chunk of which went in explanation mode. First it was their relation to Oppo, then the reasons why their debut smartphone got delayed - over and over. Social media hype and an elaborate invite system sent demand soaring through the roof and it's only now that OnePlus finally looks capable of catching up on pre-orders. It's time too for the full review to take off. If Oppo wasn't clue enough, the OnePlus One isn't exactly trying to hide its resemblance to the Oppo Find 7 pair, particularly the 7a. The One looks like a chip off the not-so-old block with similarities running more than skin-deep. For starters, the displays have the same size and resolution (Find 7a), there's 3GB of RAM, 5MP front cams and 13MP main camera with UHD video.  "

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Posted on Thursday, July 10, 2014 @ 10:46:56 UTC in OnePlus by Wesslan




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