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OnePlus 8

Android-based smartphones produced by OnePlus

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Codenameinstantnoodle (OnePlus 8), instantnoodlep (OnePlus 8 Pro)
BrandOnePlus
ManufacturerOnePlus
SloganLead with Speed
Compatible networks2G, 3G, 4G and 5G
First released14 April 2020; 17 months ago (2020-04-14)
Availability by region
    • China:
      17 April 2020; 17 months ago (2020-04-17)
    • Europe:
      21 April 2020; 17 months ago (2020-04-21)
    • United States:
      29 April 2020; 17 months ago (2020-04-29)
    • India:
      29 May 2020; 16 months ago (2020-05-29)
PredecessorOnePlus 7T
SuccessorOnePlus 8T
RelatedOppo Find X2
OnePlus Nord
TypePhablet
Form factorSlate
Dimensions
  • 8: 160.2 mm × 72.9 mm × 8 mm (6.31 in × 2.87 in × 0.31 in)
  • 8 Pro: 165.3 mm × 74.4 mm × 8.5 mm (6.51 in × 2.93 in × 0.33 in)
Mass
  • 8: 180 g (6.3 oz)
  • 8 Pro: 199 g (7.0 oz)
Operating systemOriginal: OxygenOS 10
(based on Android 10)
Current: OxygenOS 11
(based on Android 11)
System on chipQualcomm Snapdragon865
CPUOcta-core (1x2.84 GHz Kryo 585 & 3x2.42 GHz Kryo 585 & 4x1.80 GHz Kryo 585)
GPUQualcomm Adreno 650
Memory8 or 12 GB RAM
Storage128 GB or 256 GB UFS 3.0
Battery
  • 8: 4300 mAh
  • 8 Pro: 4510 mAh
  • Warp Charge technology
Data inputs
DisplayFluid AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with HDR10+ support
Rear camera
  • 8: 48 MP, f/1.78, 25mm, 1/2", 0.8 µm (wide)
    16 MP, f/2.2, 14 mm (ultrawide)
    2 MP, f/2.4, 1.75 µm (macro), PDAF
  • 8 Pro: 48 MP, f/1.75, 25mm, 1/1.43", 1.12 µm (wide)
    48 MP, f/2.2, 14 mm, 1/2", 0.8µm (ultrawide)
    8 MP, f/2.44, 1.0 µm (telephoto)
    5 MP, f/2.4 (depth), 3x optical zoom, omnidirectional PDAF, Laser AF
  • Both:OIS, gyro-EIS, dual-LED flash, Auto HDR,
    [email protected]/60 fps, [email protected]/60/240 fps, [email protected] fps
Front camera16 MP, f/2.45, 1/3", 1.0 µm
[email protected] fps, Auto-HDR, gyro-EIS
SoundDolby Atmos Dual stereo speakers with active noise cancellation
Connectivity
Websiteoneplus.com/8

OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro are Android-based smartphones manufactured by OnePlus, unveiled on April 14, 2020.[1][2][3] They became available for purchase in the United States on April 29, 2020.

Specifications[edit]

Hardware[edit]

Both the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro use the Snapdragon 865 processor with the Adreno 650 GPU, with either 128 or 256 GB of non-expandable UFS 3.0 storage. Both have 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM; the 8 has LPDDR4X RAM and the 8 Pro has faster, more efficient LPDDR5 RAM. Both have stereo speakers with active noise cancellation; there is no audio jack.

Design[edit]

The 8 and 8 Pro are constructed similarly to previous OnePlus phones, using an anodized aluminum frame and curved Gorilla Glass 5 on both the front and back. Both have a circular cutout in the upper-left-hand corner for the front-facing camera. On the 8 Pro, this replaces the pop-up camera used on the 7 Pro and 7T Pro. The rear camera module is similar to that of the 7 Pro and 7T Pro, protruding slightly from the back panel. On the 8, the dual-LED flash is located below, while on the 8 Pro, the telephoto camera, laser autofocus and dual-LED flash are all located to the left of the module. The 8 and 8 Pro are the first OnePlus phones to receive an official IP Code water resistance rating, rated at IP68. All 8 Pro models have water resistance, although for the 8 it is present only on carrier models. Both are available in Onyx Black (glossy) and Glacial Green (matte), while the 8 Pro has its own Ultramarine Blue (matte) finish. The 8 has two additional colors, a Polar Silver (matte) finish exclusive to the Verizon model,[4] and an Interstellar Glow (glossy) finish exclusive to the T-Mobile model.

Display[edit]

AMOLED panels with HDR10+ support are used on both phones. The 8's display is carried over from the 7T, a 6.55-inch (166.4mm) 1080p screen with a 20:9 aspect ratio and a 90 Hz refresh rate. The 8 Pro's display has a 6.78-inch (172.2mm) 1440p screen with a 19.8:9 aspect ratio and a 120 Hz refresh rate. This makes it the first smartphone to support both 1440p resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate. The 8 Pro has an Adaptive Display feature, similar to Apple's True Tone, and an MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation) option akin to "motion smoothening" on high-end TVs.[5] MEMC works with supported apps and games, and analyzes footage of at least 24 fps and interpolates frames to make the footage playback in what looks to be a higher frame rate. The 8 Pro is also one of the first smartphones able to display 1 billion colors.

Biometric options include an optical (in-display) fingerprint scanner and facial recognition.[6][7][8]

Camera[edit]

The camera system has been changed to further differentiate the 8 and 8 Pro. The 8's camera array consists of a 48 MP wide sensor, a 16 MP ultrawide sensor, and a 2 MP macro sensor, while the 8 Pro's camera array consists of a 48 MP wide sensor, a 48 MP ultrawide sensor, an 8 MP telephoto sensor, and a 5 MP "Color Filter Camera" for infrared photography. The color filter camera was later disabled in China.[9] The 8's wide sensor is the same as on the 7T series, the Sony IMX586, while the 8 Pro's wide sensor is the newer Sony IMX689. Unlike the 7T, the 8 does not have a telephoto camera, which is now exclusive to the 8 Pro. OnePlus also claims that the 8 Pro uses Nokia OZO audio recording technology for its triple microphone array, which is used for the Audio 3D, Audio Zoom and Audio Windscreen camera features.[10] The front camera on both phones uses a 16 MP sensor.

Battery[edit]

The battery capacity has been increased to 4300 mAh on the 8 and 4510 mAh on the 8 Pro. Both smartphones support wired fast charging at 30W via Warp Charge, and the 8 Pro also supports wireless charging via the new OnePlus Warp Charge 30 Wireless,[11] which is able to charge 50% of the phone's battery in under 30 minutes.[12] The OnePlus 8 Pro also supports reverse wireless charging.[13]

Software[edit]

The 8 and 8 Pro run on OxygenOS 11, which is based on Android 11. OnePlus states both phones will continue to receive software updates until April 2023.[14]

Network compatibility[edit]

Model GSM

Bands

CDMA

Bands

UMTS

Bands

LTE

Bands

5G

Bands

8 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz BC0, BC1 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 9, 19 FDD: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 32, 66, 71

TDD: 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 46, 48

FDD: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 28, 66, 71

TDD: 41, 78, 79

mmWave: 260, 261

8 Pro FDD: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 28, 66, 71

TDD: 41, 78, 79

Connectivity options have been improved with the implementation of 5G technology for all models, however only the Verizon OnePlus 8 5G UW model is compatible with ultra-fast millimeter-wave networks.[15] Verizon and T-Mobile sell the 8 but not the 8 Pro, however the 8 Pro still works on their networks.[16]

Variants[edit]

There are six model OnePlus 8 variants available depending on the country of intended use or USA carrier: IN2010 (China), IN2011 (India), IN2013 (Europe/Asia), North American variants include the IN2015 (NA/USA Dual Sim), IN2017 (T-Mobile), and IN2019 (Verizon). The IN2017 supports T-Mobile 5G bands, the IN2019 supports Verizon 5G bands, and no variant supports AT&T 5G bands.

There are four model OnePlus 8 Pro variants available depending on the country of intended use: IN2020 (China), IN2023 (Europe/Asia), IN2021 (India), and IN2025 (NA/USA).

Model Variant Region
OnePlus 8 IN2010 China
IN2011 India
IN2013 Europe/Asia
IN2015 NA/USA
IN2017 T-Mobile
IN2019 Verizon
OnePlus 8 Pro IN2020 China
IN2021 India
IN2023 Europe/Asia
IN2025 NA/USA

Reception[edit]

Both the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro were met with generally positive reviews from critics, with praise for the design, display, performance, and battery life. However, the price increase was said to have signified that OnePlus phones were no longer "flagship killers".[17][18]

The OnePlus 8 received an 8/10 from The Verge,[19] an 8.7/10 from CNET[20] and a 3/5 from Digital Trends.[21] Jon Porter of The Verge remarked that the 8 was "a phone that absolutely delivers flagship Android performance" and called the display "bright, vibrant and buttery smooth", but the camera quality was inferior to the 8 Pro; Tom's Guide and CNET also noted the lack of optical zoom.[22] The lack of wireless charging and water resistance were criticized, and the macro camera was panned for being of limited use.

The OnePlus 8 Pro received an 8.5/10 from The Verge,[23] an 8.6/10 from CNET[24] and a 4/5 from Digital Trends.[25] Mark Spoonauer of Tom's Guide stated that "overall the OnePlus 8 Pro is easily one of the best Android phones you can buy if you want a premium phone without the $1,000-plus sticker shock from Samsung or Apple".[26] Several reviewers questioned the inclusion of the color filter sensor, which was widely seen as a gimmick.

The OnePlus 8 Pro received an overall score of 119 from DXOMARK, with a photo score of 126 and video score of 103, the tenth-highest ranking as of May 2020.[27]

The OnePlus 8 became the first phone by OnePlus to be a part of the Android Enterprise Recommended program.[28]

Issues[edit]

After pre-orders delivered, OnePlus 8 Pro owners reported issues with black crush, green and red tints, and image retention resembling display burn-in. OnePlus has attempted to fix the display issues with software, but the issue may be with the screen hardware itself.[29] As of 20 July 2020, the dual-sim function on the NA version of either mode of the phone is not functional.[30][31] In August 2020, users reported a dark bar appearing across the selfie camera. The issue is easily visible over gray backgrounds such as the incognito window of Google Chrome, or the Google Search app in dark mode. In October 2020, users reported battery drain issues on the OnePlus 8 Pro after updating to OxygenOS 11. A software update was released in mid-November to fix the issue.[32]

Controversy[edit]

It was discovered that the 8 Pro's Color Filter camera can see through certain plastics, including clothing, producing an X-ray like effect. This occurs because the sensor lacks an IR filter.[33] OnePlus later apologized for "creating privacy concerns and causing troubles for OnePlus users and other netizens", and temporarily disabled the filter on Chinese models with HydrogenOS.[34] An over-the-air update, OxygenOS 10.5.9, disabled the filter globally; however, OnePlus later stated this was an error, and subsequently pulled the update. A future update is set to reinstate the filter.[35] The feature was still usable after enabling an ADB command.[36]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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External links[edit]

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10 best smartphones of 2015

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10 best smartphones of 2015

Karan Bajaj, ET Bureau

2015 was not just another year for the Indian smartphone market. India saw a number of new brands enter into the segment, price wars between brands and the rise of 4G devices in India.

Here is a list of ET's best smartphones of 2015:

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Samsung Premium Galaxy

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Samsung Premium Galaxy

Price: Rs 35,000 onwards

Samsung made a big come back this year with its premium range of Galaxy Smartphones. The S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ and the Note 5 - all four devices impressed not just in terms of specifications but also with their all metal body and fantastic camera results.

The S6 Edge and Edge+ came with innovative curved displays that made the phones stand out from the crowd.

Apple iPhone 6s/6s Plus

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Apple iPhone 6s/6s Plus

Price: Rs 51,999 onwards

The updated version of the iPhone 6 and 6 plus not only improved in terms of the hardware alone. Apple added a whole new technology to the display called Force Touch that opened new avenues to apps as well as games.

Even the cameras were updated with new 12MP sensor and phase detection autofocus.

Lenovo K3 Note

Price: Rs 9,999

Lenovo's budget offering changed the phablet segment with its 5.5-inch full HD display. It combined great design with a great display and top-notch specifications at an aggressive price.

The dual SIM phone also had great cameras, expandable storage and great battery life - features usually not available in the sub-Rs 10,000 range.

Moto X Play

Price: Rs 18,999

This one is the first phone in the Moto X range that offered expandable storage. The phone has a water repellant coating, 5.5-inch full HD display, fantastic 21MP rear camera and dual SIM support.

You get a massive 3,630mAh battery which lasts up to 2 days on a single charge as well as support for quick charging.

OnePlus 2 & OnePlus X

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OnePlus 2 & OnePlus X

Price: Rs 16,999 onwards

OnePlus impressed with its first phone - OnePlus One in 2014. In 2015 they followed It up with two phones - OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X. OnePlus 2 was successor of the OnePlus one and came with updated hardware including Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB RAM and 13MP camera with laser autofocus and optical image stabilization.

OnePlus X was a smaller phone for those who did not want a phablet. You get a 5-inch amoled full HD display along with Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB RAM, 16GB storage (expandable) and a 13MP camera with phase detection autofocus.

Asus Zenfone 2 & variants

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Asus Zenfone 2 & variants

Price: Rs 9,999 onwards

Zenfone 2 was the first smartphone to come with 4GB RAM earlier in the year and instantly impressed with its performance, design and feature rich user interface.

Asus followed it up with Zenfone Laser and Zenfone Selfie - devices with great cameras and features at great price.

Qiku Q Terra

Price: Rs 19,999

Qiku entered India later towards the year and only launched one phone - Q Terra.

However, the 6-inch phablet has got our vote for the best phone in its price range owing to its fantastic metal unibody, 6-inch full HD display, superb performance, great battery life and camera performance equivalent to expensive flagship smartphones.

HTC One A9

Price: Rs 29,999

Sporting a design similar to the Apple iPhone, HTC's new Android smartphone is one of the few to come with Android 6.0. Moreover, it is sensibly priced for its feature set and hardware that includes 5-inch full HD amoled display, Snapdragon 617 processor, 2/3GB RAM and a 13MP camera with optical image stabilization.

You also get a fingerprint scanner, ultrapixel front camera, dolby audio and support for battery quick charging.

LG G4

Price: Rs 35,500

LG's flagship offering came with a stylish hand stitched leather finish back along with a 5.5-inch display that had a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels.

It impressed most with its 16MP camera that had laser autofocus, optical image stabilization and aperture of f1.8 for excellent low light images. Hardware specifications are not top of the line but they are good enough for majority of the users.

Xiaomi Mi 4i

Price: Rs 11,999

The Mi 4i was a game-changer device for its price range. It was amongst the first phones to come with a full HD display in the sub-Rs 15,000 price bracket and had features specifically made for India.

While it suffered from 16GB of non expandable storage, its overall performance, feature rich MIUi interface, excellent camera results and fantastic battery life made it great value for money. Xiaomi also launched a 32GB storage version of the phone later.

Sours: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/tech-life/10-best-smartphones-of-2015/oneplus-2-oneplus-x/slideshow/50307133.cms
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OnePlus One

  • Best Mobile forever specifically for Indian people

    Prashant Dahat (Dec 18, 2014) on Gadgets 360

    this mobile is awesome, whatever features company is providing in this mobile is more feasible than any other mobile available in India. no one can compare with this. its really great combination of mobile and entertainment in one set. any one can accept the challenge and show me any great mobile than this at present.

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  • Ragul Sankar (May 3, 2014) on Gadgets 360

    pros: 1)Great screen with vivid colors and sunlight legibility. 2)3GB RAM combined with snapdragon 800 pro processor 3)5MP front facing camera for selfie lovers. cons: 1)Don't know about customer service in India and how good it will be.

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  • complaint of one plus3 - request not to buy

    Giriraj Kumar (Sep 3, 2016) on Gadgets 360

    hello, i am using one plus 3 from last one month. On 1st september in the morning it automatically switched off. there after i am continuously contacting to your support team but they are not responding properly. they are just saying that we will call you. In the evening of 1st september they said that we will contact you within 24 to 48 hours. so i called them today at 4pm dated 3 september and the lady who picked phone said that their team will call before 8 pm today. but i didn't receive any call, so i again called to customer care and had chat with Mr. Nitesh and he after putting my call on long hold said sorry we can not help you today one plus team will call tommorow and when i said to transfer my call to senior executive he denied. i didn't expect this kind of rude behaviour from one plus team. my phone is continuously off from last 3 days and one plus team is not ready to support. i regret that i bought one plus phone.

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  • Taniya Thakkar (Mar 16, 2016) on Gadgets 360

    ?Conflict Resolved? Superb camera with the best glow of youre face is now found in Oppo F1 as it clicks snaps that focuses and gives the best pictures. Now this is what i call the superb smart device. It clicks the smart device that glorifies your own image.

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  • Venky Reddy (Feb 5, 2015) on Gadgets 360

    amazing phone...i am use lost 1month...i dint get any probm.......

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  • Vipul Mahajan (Jan 2, 2015) on Gadgets 360

    I am sharing my experience of OnePlus One (OPO) which I am using since November 2014. I have updated my CyanogenMod to 11.0-XNPH44S. Pros: Good screen resolution and brightness. I have left my phone on automatic brightness and never got trouble in seeing my screen even in sun light. Touches are smooth and no ghost touches as said in some reviews. Good build quality. The sandstone black finish feels premium and gives a comfortable grip. Performance is quite good, never felt lag or hangs or app crashes till date. No heating problem. Good battery life. Lasts a day for me with all day 3G activated and wifi at home. I mostly use internet on my phone only. Few races on Asphalt 8 daily and few hands on teen patti. Good day light camera. The images are very vibrant in day light and also have good infinity focus. My friend has Mi3 and day light images are better in OPO. Loud in-call volume. I never used my phone with full volume. If the volume is full I can hear the other person even if my phone is at a distance from my ear. Cons: Available via Invite only No dual sim Poor night camera. Photos in night are not at all premium. Lack of service center in India No idea of CyanogenMod support due to Micromax - CyanogenMod deal.

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  • Cudi Smart (Dec 23, 2014) on Gadgets 360

    I had bought one 64GB black version from oneplus eu,they sent us some extra gifts,and very fast shipping from their warehouse in a Europe Union country.very good phone and very good service

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  • Ravi Mhaiskar (Apr 10, 2015) on Gadgets 360

    1) Battery is average. by evening U have to connect to Battery Bank to be on safer side. 2) Absence of FM & Dual SIM Pinches 3) No Manual along with supply .Cannot exploit full potential 4)Managing ,Editing Tele nos found clumsy . 5) Over all not Happy

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  • Selfie expert is wonderful

    Simran Patel (Mar 9, 2016) on Gadgets 360

    ?Perfections Seen? If you want something to be overlooked with then go for the Oppo F1 as it has the best features and model looks classic in your hand. Thus, perfections are found from the Oppo F1.

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  • MHL TV out & FM are Missing Features

    Vinod D (May 16, 2014) on Gadgets 360

    I fell these are the missing features where all Indians like to have, FM is definitely needed and TV-out gives advantage where no smart TV's are affordable.

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    OnePlus 2

  • Haresh Panchal (Oct 30, 2015) on Gadgets 360

    Never think for buying. Response are very bad. also in India Service center is not help for any problem. any parts changing or network error or any other problem service center is taking time more than two months so forget to buy this or advertising for mis guiding other peoples

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  • Good Gadget from One Plus

    Narendra Kumar (Apr 24, 2016) on Gadgets 360

    Oneplus Two is the only the fastest mobile phone in its price Range. Somewhere it is mentioned that fingerprint is slow but we have not felt like that as its working smooth if calibrated good. Its very much durable on shocks as well as in extreme conditions. After new 6.0 marshmallow update its like Boeing.

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  • Sam Krizz (Jun 9, 2018) on Gadgets 360 Recommends

    suddenly gets hot although you're not using it in a hot summer or it's not charging, then you should pay attention. An overheating phone will lead to a faster battery draining or even cause the battery to explode, which is dangerous.

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  • John Abraham Austin (Mar 4, 2016) on Gadgets 360

    I've been using this phone for the past five months. Its doing great !! I'm an admirer of OnePlus and the phones they have launched. Camera quality is A W E S O M E !! FP Scanner is too good. Battery life is decent. Only problem is OS- OxygenOS was a bad choice. Rest of everything.. A wonderful phone !

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  • Best Smart Phone your money can buy.

    Munish (Dec 11, 2015) on Gadgets 360

    Superb value for the price point. Excellent features to be in the Top Line Smart Phone across the Globe. Floored completely.

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  • best mobile phone to buy in 25000

    Alkit Jodhawat (Jun 14, 2016) on Gadgets 360

    hello, m planning to buy a mobile in range of RS 25000.. which phone is best to buy?? oppo R9 is better or ONEPLUS 2 ?? ur advice will be helpful.. thank you

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  • Ashutosh Singh (Mar 5, 2018) on Gadgets 360

    Hi, I Bought my OnePlus from invitation(Earlier it was like this), No doubt that Oneplus phones are awesome, But when it comes to servicing, It is very very poor. Oneplus really needs to improve the quality of service provided to Indian customers . Would like to share my experience :- My phone was getting rebooted automatically was getting over heated as well. I tried every troubleshooting step mentioned in the website but no good, So I went to OnePlus service center Seasons malls Pune, Submitted my phone(Ref:P50QJ5S) and was asked to collect the phone after a day or two(Although I insisted them to check now as I am staying 30 KM away), They called me after 2 days that the issue has now been resolved and I can collect my phone, i asked them to check again, which they insured that it has been fixed. When they gave me my phone the battery was drained out completely, they asked me to charge it afterwards and check. When I came back home and checked, the issue was not resolved, still the same issue. They charged me 250 INR for this, moreover I have to drive twice for 2 hours just to collect my phone. BR/Ashutosh Singh

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  • Is One plus Two worth the money ??

    Komal Yadav (Nov 7, 2015) on Gadgets 360

    Harsh Panchal ^^^ Why do you say it's a bad phone? I'm planning to buy One plus Two. Can you help me understand the flaws of this phone? Thanks!

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  • Not at all worth the hype

    Ashish Ashish (Sep 3, 2016) on Gadgets 360

    I am one of the victims of all the hype this phone and internet pundits had created back in October-2015. After having used the phone and compared with its peers, I can tell you with surety that this phone is not at all worth the price or those coveted "invites" and all the hype that followed it. Its Oxygen OS is very poor compared to Cyanogenmod OS. After sales service is a joke. Phone feels like a heavy brick in your hand. BIG LESSON- not just read review, actual physical look and feel is equally important.

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    OnePlus

    Chinese electronics manufacturer, subsidiary of BBK Electronics

    "1+" redirects here. It is not to be confused with +1.

    OnePlus Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. (一加科技) is a Chineseconsumer electronicsmanufacturer headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, in the Tairan Building (泰然大厦) at the Chegong Temple (车公庙) subdistrict of Futian District.[6] It was founded by Pete Lau and Carl Pei in December 2013, and is currently majority-owned by Oppo as its only shareholder, which is a subsidiary of BBK Electronics along with Vivo, Realme and iQOO. The company is best known for making smartphones, and officially serves 34 countries and regions around the world as of July 2018[update].[2]

    History[edit]

    OnePlus was founded on 17 December 2013 by former Oppo vice-president Pete Lau and Carl Pei.[7] According to Chinese public records, OnePlus' only institutional shareholder is Oppo Electronics.[4] Lau denied that OnePlus was a wholly owned subsidiary of Oppo and stated that Oppo Electronics and not Oppo Mobile (the phone manufacturer) is a major investor of OnePlus and that they are "in talks with other investors",[8] although OnePlus has confirmed it uses Oppo's manufacturing line and shares part of the supply chain resources with Oppo.[9] The company's main goal was to design a smartphone that would balance high-end quality with a lower price than other phones in its class, believing that users would "Never Settle" for the lower-quality devices produced by other companies. Lau explained that "we will never be different just for the sake of being different. Everything done has to improve the actual user experience in day-to-day use."[10][11] He also showed aspirations of being the "Muji of the tech industry", emphasizing its focus on high-quality products with simplistic, user-friendly designs.[10] Continuing Lau's association with the platform from the Oppo N1,[11] OnePlus entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with Cyanogen Inc. to base its products' Android distribution upon a variant of the popular custom ROM CyanogenMod and use its trademarks outside of China.[12][13]

    The company unveiled its first device, the OnePlus One, on 23 April 2014 which was intended to capture market from the Google Nexus series.[10] In December 2014, alongside the release of the OnePlus One in India exclusively through Amazon, OnePlus also announced plans to establish a presence in the country, with plans to open 25 official walk-in service centers across India.[14]

    In April 2014, OnePlus hired Han Han to help market its products in mainland China.[15]

    On 9 March 2014, the company expanded its operations to the European Union.[16]

    On 16 December 2014, The Supreme Court of India and Delhi High Court banned the import and sale of OnePlus One phones following a lawsuit by Micromax alleging it has exclusivity for shipping phones with Cyanogen OS software in India.[17] On 21 December 2014, the ban was lifted. The device continues to be shipped with Cyanogen OS; however, a customized version of Android specially designed by OnePlus and named OxygenOS has been released, allowing later OnePlus devices to be sold in India.[18][19]

    OnePlus made its products available in Southeast Asia for the first time, partnering with Lazada Indonesia[20] on 23 January 2015 and was expected to expand during that year throughout the region. In June 2016, OnePlus decided to pull out of the Indonesian market due to local regulations for imported 4G smartphones restricting sales of the OnePlus 2.[21]

    At the launch event of the OnePlus 6 on 17 May 2018, OnePlus announced it would be opening five new OnePlus Experience stores in India, as well as 10 new service centers.[22]

    According to market research firm Counterpoint Research, OnePlus topped the Indian premium smartphone market last year with a 33 percent share, beating Samsung Electronics with 26 percent. In the IDC survey, OnePlus ranked third in India's market with more than $500 in the first quarter of this year after Apple and Samsung Electronics. And it ranked second after China's Vivo in the 300-500-dollar market.[23]

    On 16 October 2020, Carl Pei resigned as director of OnePlus.[24][25]

    In 2021 Oppo and OnePlus combined their hardware research teams via OPlus.[26]

    In July 2021 OnePlus Merges OxygenOS With Oppo's ColorOS, Both companies’ software will remain separate and continue to serve their individual regions (OxygenOS for OnePlus phones globally, ColorOS on OnePlus and Oppo devices in China) but share a common codebase, which OnePlus says should standardize its software experience and streamline the development process for future OxygenOS updates.[27][28]

    Advertising and marketing[edit]

    Invitation system[edit]

    Early phones were only available through a system whereby customers had to sign up for an invitation, which OnePlus called an invite, to purchase the phone at irregular intervals. The system was claimed to be necessary for the young company to manage huge demand.[29] OnePlus ended the invitation system with the launch of OnePlus 3 on 14 June 2016.[30] Announced via an interactive VR launch event, the OnePlus 3 initially went on sale within the VR app itself. OnePlus touted the event as the world's first VR shopping experience.[31] The phone was made available for sale later that day in China, North America and the European Union on the OnePlus website, and in India on Amazon India.[16]

    "Smash the Past"[edit]

    On 23 April 2014, OnePlus began its "Smash the Past" campaign.[32] The promotion asked selected participants to destroy their phones on video in an effort to purchase the OnePlus One for $1 (US). Due to confusion, several videos were published by unselected users misinterpreting the promotion and destroying their phones before the promotion start date.[33][34] OnePlus later revised the rules of their promotion by allowing consumers to donate their old phones.[35] There were 140,000 entrants in the contest with 100 winners.[35]

    OnePlus Playback[edit]

    OnePlus Playback is a series of music videos in collaboration with popular Indian singers, beginning in 2018 .[36][37]

    Brand ambassador[edit]

    In May 2019, OnePlus made a deal with ‘Avengers’ actor Robert Downey Jr. to endorse OnePlus 7 Pro. Before him, it was Indian actor Amitabh Bachchan who used to endorse OnePlus in India.[38]

    Partnership with Hasselblad[edit]

    On 8 March 2021, OnePlus announced a $150 million deal with Hasselblad to develop camera technology for OnePlus, which also included the new OnePlus 9 series phones that also included improved cameras made in partnership with Hasselblad.[39][40]

    Controversies and criticism[edit]

    "Ladies First" controversy[edit]

    On 13 August 2014, OnePlus hosted a contest to give invites, which were hard to come by at the time, to their female forum members. Users were asked to post a photo of themselves with the OnePlus logo, images would be shared in the forum and could be "liked" by other forum members. This received major backlash for objectifying and degrading women, resulting in the contest being pulled within hours.[41]

    Criticism of customer support[edit]

    The customer support at OnePlus was once the subject of strong criticism. In 2017, the company increased the number of customer service staff and set up customer service and repair centers in Asia, Europe, and the United States, greatly improving turnaround times for repairs and other issues.[42]

    OnePlus USB-C cable[edit]

    After several weeks of customer complaints on OnePlus forums and on Reddit, Google engineer Benson Leung showed that the USB-C cable and USB-C-to-Micro-USB adapter offered by OnePlus at that time did not conform to the USB specification. OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei on 26 November 2015 admitted that the cable and adapter did not conform to the USB specification, and offered refunds (although not for cables bundled with the OnePlus 2 phone).[43][44][45]

    App performance throttling[edit]

    In July 2021, the company was accused of, and then admitted to throttling app performance. The throttling was uncovered by Andrei Frumusanu at AnandTech when he discovered the OnePlus 9 significantly diminishing the performance of Chrome.[46][47]

    Reception[edit]

    XDA Developers said in 2020 "OnePlus usually does a decent job of bringing some of the new features it launches with its latest flagships to older devices."[48]

    Products[edit]

    Main article: List of OnePlus products

    OnePlus is known for making Smartphones, Headphones, Wearables and Televisions. Some of its products are known as "Flagship Killers" for providing a better experience for a lower price than their counterparts.[49][50] Their products overall have received mixed reviews[51][52]

    See also[edit]

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