In early 2014, there was a lot of excitement among Android enthusiasts for an upcoming smartphone called the OnePlus One. The company producing it was a Chinese manufacturer, and they were a new entrant to the smartphone space. OnePlus's marketing campaign was structured to generate excitement over the prospect of receiving similar specifications to a high end smartphone in a device that was priced substantially lower. Once the device launched, it was clear that OnePlus had delivered on that promise in some respects, but not as much in others. The performance and display quality were superb for a $300-350 device, but parts of the software and the camera processing were clearly lacking. While the OnePlus One wasn't perfect, there really aren't any smartphones that are...
OnePlus Announces the OnePlus 2: 389 USD High-End Flagship
OnePlus showed up on the scene last year with a “flagship killer”, the OnePlus One. For those that are unfamiliar with this device, it brought a Snapdragon 801 SoC...90 by Joshua Ho on 7/27/2015