Face Unlock was a new feature launched on the OnePlus 5T and later released for the OnePlus 5 in an OxygenOS beta. But OnePlus had decided to go one step further in supporting its older devices. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau [...]
OnePlus is looking to grow its business beyond the enthusiast crowd. Speaking to CNET, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau said, "If the right opportunity and right timing come along, we'll be very happy to experiment" with a distribution deal with U.S. Show More Summary
We've known for quite some time that a new OnePlus phone was in the works to follow up the OnePlus 5 and 5T, but we didn't know when we should expect to see it. Speaking with CNET at CES in Las Vegas this week, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau revealed...Show More Summary
In an interview at CES 2018, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed that the company has plans to attempt to work with various US carriers to bring OnePlus devices to the masses.
The Chinese phone maker's growth has exploded thanks to word of mouth. But CEO Pete Lau hopes to win you over to the OnePlus 5T, even if you're not a hardcore fan.
At the launch of the OnePlus 5T, the company's CEO talked about recent privacy controversies, some key features and getting the phone into more hands (maybe even Verizon users).
In a forum post on the OnePlus Forums, CEO Pete Lau explained why the OnePlus 5T won't feature wireless charging, as the company continues to favor its Dash Charge technology.
The OnePlus 5T has appeared in the rumor mill a few times, and OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has confirmed the inclusion of the 3.5mm headphone jack in the upcoming handset. Now we know when the entire thing will be [...]
Days after the OnePlus 5T leaked out, the OnePlus CEO is ready to talk about why it will have a 3.5mm headphone jack. Pete Lau has visted over to OnePlus’s official forums to discuss why the OnePlus 5T will keep the 3.5mm headphone jack around a little longer. It’s an [...]
CEO Pete Lau recently joked on social media about how UFS storage has become a selling point of flagship phones.
OnePlus is planning a major launch event for the OnePlus 5 in India. The OnePlus 5 will make its way to India on June 22, just two days after its global unveil. OnePlus founder and CEO Pete Lau will oversee the launch, and as this is...Show More Summary
Last year's phones are being updated to this year's OS. Friendly neighborhood CEO Pete Lau has confirmed via Twitter that your OnePlus 3 and 3T will be updated to Android O. This announcement doesn't include a timeframe, which makesShow More Summary
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has confirmed that the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T will be receiving the update to Android O after the latest software has been officially released.
In a post on the OnePlus Forums, CEO Pete Lau confirmed that the device will be powered by the Snapdragon 835, while also detailing some efforts the company has been taking to ensure a great experience.
We'll always take a proper confirmation. The upcoming OnePlus 5 will have a Snapdragon 835 processor, matching the top-end power offered by just about every other flagship launched in 2017. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau made a post on the OnePlus...Show More Summary
Not the back. Or the side. Or under the screen. OnePlus has made an artform of the "slow trickle" of info around new, unannounced smartphones. The most recent nugget of info comes from the company's CEO, Pete Lau, who recently appeared to confirm that the OnePlus 5 will feature a front-facing fingerprint scanner, like its predecessors. Show More Summary
We heard for a while that the OnePlus 5 will not be as cool as the Galaxy S8, and OnePlus CEO Pete Lau apparently confirmed on Weibo that the next OnePlus flagship won’t be able to compete against Samsung’s best new phone feature. There’s...Show More Summary
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau took to his Weibo page to share an image teasing the forthcoming OnePlus 5.
At the Chinese launch of the OnePlus 3 in Shenzhen, company CEO Pete Lau made a surprising announcement: OnePlus X is the last of its line. Of course, it’s also the first, so what made OnePlus drop the idea?
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau announced yesterday that the company is getting out of the mid-range smartphone business. OnePlus is not planning to release a new OnePlus X smartphone and will instead focus its efforts completely on "true flagship" devices.