OnePlus One is killer flagship device that got introduced back in 2014 that attracted many users as well as critics which helped it gain a lot of positive feedback. After several conflicts, ups and downs, OnePlus decided to come up with their own operating system other than CyanogenMod as it has stopped serving OnePlus although
Looks like it is not a very good start for smartphone manufacturers to set their foot in India. After Xiaomi was banned from selling their smartphones in India after a New Delhi court passed orders against Xiaomi from doing so following a legal tussle with Ericsson, it is now OnePlus‘s turn to face legal action.
OnePlus One is known by all as the flagship killer and if you ask us, we think this title is pretty justified. The specs and the build that it offers in such a low price would offer very strong competition to any flagship smartphone, if not put it to shame. And if you haven’t heard
OnePlus, the brand which appeared to the world just after the first leak of their new mobile device ‘OnePlus One’. Since the first leak of the device it became the most awaited mobile device throughout the beginning of the year 2014. Well, there is no doubt about why the device gained so much popularity among the