As you may have noticed, the UK recently voted to leave the EU. That’s brought about a number of changes, and one has been a significant devaluing of the Pound Sterling against foreign countries, causing in turn foreign-made goods to become more expensive. The shrewd team at OnePlus is using this as a marketing opportunity, with an announcement that the OnePlus 3 will soon be going up in price… but you have one week to grab it at its original £309 price tag.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Whether you want to save a recipe, prove you hit that high score or just laugh at your friend’s inane chatter, a simple screenshot is just the job. Here’s how to take a screenshot on the recently released OnePlus 3.
The OnePlus 3 has started to arrive for pre-order customers, and that includes Mobile Fun! I borrowed the phone for an afternoon; here are my impressions.
OnePlus has made their mark on the back of low-cost, high-performance phones and the OnePlus 3 seems to continue that trend. Even better, it’s the first OnePlus phone to be available for general sale, with the Chinese company ditching the irksome invite system they’ve used in the past. How does it compare to other phones on the market? Let’s ask the experts.
After weeks of rumours and speculation, the OnePlus 3 is finally here! The latest ‘flagship-killer’ is the first OnePlus phone to be available for general sale, without an annoying invite system, and it comes with high-end specs, a new metal design and a clean version of Android Marshmallow. Let’s take a closer look.