OnePlus today announced a permanent price cut for its 2016 flagship killer — the OnePlus 2 — in India. The price cut will see the handset selling for almost $30 lower than its original price.
The OnePlus X and OnePlus 2 have been available for a bit of time now, but for anyone that has been waiting to buy one, and didn’t want to drop hundreds of dollars at once, the time to buy might have finally arrived.
OnePlus today announced the roll out of OxygenOS 2.2.1 for its 2016 flagship killer, the OnePlus 2. Among other things, the update introduces the ability to directly shoot photos in RAW format on the handset using the stock camera application.
OnePlus today announced that it is permanently discounting the price of its 2016 flagship killer, the OnePlus 2, by $40 to $349.
In an emailed statement, OnePlus has revealed to TechRadar that the company will stop selling the 16GB variant of the OnePlus 2 in North America and Europe. The company says that there is a much higher interest among consumers in these regions in the 64GB variant of the OnePlus 2, so it makes little sense for the company to sell the 16GB variant of the handset there.
OnePlus has started rolling out a bug-fixing OTA update for the OnePlus 2 — their 2016 flagship killer. Beside fixing a bunch of bugs, the Oxygen OS 2.2.0 update also adds some nifty little features like support for NTFS and exFAT formatted drives in USB OTG and pre-loads some holiday theme wallpapers.
OnePlus has an interesting system to sell phones, based around an invite system that funnels in orders for the company’s flagship device.
After going on an open sale in India a couple of days ago, the OnePlus 2 is now available to purchase without any invite in Europe and the United States for the next four days.
Live in India and interested in buying the OnePlus 2? Well, the handset is on open sale in India on Amazon India for the next two days i.e. Nov 25-27.
OnePlus today provided a timeframe as to when it will be updating its flagship killer devices to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The young company plans on updating both the OnePlus One and OnePlus 2 to the latest version of Android by the first quarter of 2016.