The OnePlus One was a revolutionary (and controversial) phone on its debut, with its brash ‘flagship killer’ tagline and convoluted invite system not obscuring a good, cheap phone. The OnePlus 2 was a bit of a disappointment, and now OnePlus are hoping to bounce back with the OnePlus 3. The phone’s not been officially announced, but this week we learned a little about what we can expect.
The OnePlus X is the company’s first attempt at a mid-range smartphone, having had great success with the ‘flagship killing’ OnePlus One and Two. At just £199 it appears to be good value for money, and the critics seemingly agree. Here’s what the experts make of the device.
OnePlus is best known for its low-cost Android smartphones and aggressive marketing techniques, but their latest act is one of their most interesting yet. The company is now selling an iPhone 6S case, designed to offer the same grippy Sandstone Black finish that debuted on the OnePlus One and continued with the OnePlus 2.
OnePlus announced today that they would be improving Micro SD card support for the OnePlus X, their most recent phone and the first in their history to offer a Micro SD card slot. This improvement comes via an update to Oxygen OS, which adds support for quite a few new features.
The OnePlus X arrived at Mobile Fun HQ this week. It’s the company’s first attempt at a mid-range smartphone, carrying a very attractive price tag of only £199. Here are my first impressions after spending a few hours with the device.