As a quick reminder, OnePlus is doing pre-orders for their One smartphone, right now. They initially planned to hold pre-orders for an hour, but due to demand and their struggling servers, they have extended the pre-order period to a full three hours. So, as I write this post, you have just over two hours left to get in an order. (more…)
Not only did the staff discuss a release time frame, but they even gave an extremely brief glimpse into the thought process of the upcoming phone’s design. Led off by a redditor’s claim that many users find the One too large, OnePlus was asked if they were going to launch a smaller device.
The staffer’s reply may make a few of you quite happy. (more…)
OnePlus, a company that has had quite the rocky start since announcing its first smartphone (our review), opened up an official blog today to share happenings in the company. One of their first posts talks about a brand new pre-order system, the next step in offering their fans a chance to order the OnePlus One. (more…)
OnePlus One owners, I hope you weren’t still waiting for StyleSwap covers to arrive, like the Bamboo cover pictured above that OnePlus unveiled back in July. The company announced this afternoon through its forums that they are officially calling off the StyleSwap project. Due to “technical difficulties” in mass producing the Bamboo cover, along with a terribly designed back cover removal process that puts your phone at risk of damage, StyleSwap covers are no more. (more…)
HTC just invited press to a special event titled “Double Exposure” that is taking place on October 8 in New York City. Dirty details of the topic at hand were not included, so we are left to speculate.
The press invite shows two women holding an HTC One (M8), potentially taking a selfie, along with a couple of green boxes. Of course, that phone has been out for months and is unlikely to be featured again. Are we getting a new phone or the new HTC Nexus 9 that NVIDIA confirmed in legal documents? Tough to tell, but it is about time for HTC to give us something for the holidays.
Updates are rolling out on T-Mobile’s network this morning, as it was reported earlier today that the Galaxy S4 and LG G3 was receiving a bump in firmware. Now, two HTC devices, the One (M8) and One (M7), as well as Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 are being updated, coming with “enhancements” for WiFi Calling. (more…)