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Known for its tagline “Never Settle,” OnePlus makes smartphones that rival other flagship handsets with more budget-friendly price tags.

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When OnePlus announced its latest flagship this past week, it stated that Android Oreo wouldn’t be coming to the 5 or the 5T officially until 2018. While unfortunate, it seems as though owners of older OnePlus devices, the 3 and 3T, are receiving the first official build of Oreo starting today…

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OnePlus Stories November 16

OnePlus officially took the wraps off of its second flagship smartphone of the year: the OnePlus 5T. While the company did introduce a larger 18:9 aspect ratio display and small improvements to the dual-camera setup, the internals and overall design didn’t change.

Do you think there are enough reasons for OnePlus to have released the 5T just five months after it started shipping the 5?

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

New phones and new wallpapers are synonymous and this morning’s launch of the OnePlus 5T is no exception. Like in previous years, creator Hampus Olsson has posted the device’s five new backgrounds.

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OnePlus 5T specs: Snapdragon 835, 6-inch 18:9 1080p display, 6/8GB of RAM

The OnePlus 5T has gone official with its main new feature being its large 6-inch 18:9 1080p display. While this change doesn’t really increase the overall footprint of the handset over the 5, it did force the company to move the fingerprint sensor to the back of the device and stick to on-screen software navigation buttons. While not much of a spec bump over the OnePlus 5, the 5T does pack several changes to the dual-camera setup, allowing for better portrait and low-light photos…

OnePlus 5 will get an Android Oreo beta program in November, final OTA in early 2018

During today’s OnePlus 5T reveal, the company also gave us an update on when to expect the arrival of Android Oreo on its previous flagship, the OnePlus 5.

After weeks of rumors and leaks, OnePlus has finally announced the OnePlus 5T, the marginal step up from its other 2017 flagship smartphone. While there isn’t much if anything new inside the phone, OnePlus focused on bringing an 18:9 display and advanced camera features to the 5T…

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