OnePlus today announced its new smartphone trade-in program for the Indian market. The young company has partnered with ReGlobe who will be handling the buyback of the older smartphone from customers. The trade-in program is available for the OnePlus One, OnePlus X, and OnePlus 2.
OnePlus was among the first OEMs in the market to offer a USB Type-C cable for a mere $4.99. Due to the lack of USB Type-C cables from other renowned accessory makers, many customers ended up buying the cable from OnePlus for their devices.
OnePlus today announced a new warranty program called On-Guard. The company has tied up with “multiple insurance leaders worldwide” to offer its new extended warranty program.
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei revealed in an interview with TechRadar that the ‘Never Settle’ company had a “fitness tracker and Bluetooth speaker in development, but we cancelled both one month before launch.”
After weeks of teasing, OnePlus today unveiled their new handset: the OnePlus X. The premium handset features a stellar design, which is its USP.
A leaked promotional poster appears to have revealed the design and price tag for the upcoming OnePlus X ahead of its official unveiling on Thursday, October 29. The handset sports what looks like a high-end form factor, with an all-glass front and metal frame.
OnePlus ‘Take The Edge Off’ campaign allows you to trade in your Galaxy S6 or Note 5 for a OnePlus 2
Early this month, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei wrote an open letter to Samsung asking them to allow him to intern for them. Samsung, however, did not reply to Carl’s letter, which has led the company to start its new #TakeTheEdgeOff campaign.
Late last week, an unknown handset from OnePlus made its way through FCC. If rumors and previous reports are to be believed, this upcoming mid-range handset from OnePlus will sit just below the OnePlus 2 in terms of both specifications and price.