OnePlus Story

Introduction:

OnePlus is one the leading Smartphone maker in the world now and most of us know oneplus is the company that makes flagship phone at a nominal price. Oneplus is China-based smartphone company that manufactures world-class smartphone and ships all over the world. Oneplus started in the year 2013 and continued to top the chart since then. To bring to notice to all that Oneplus is a subsidiary company of Oppo smartphone company which started on a basis to make a smartphone with the best quality at cheap price. Oneplus first refused that the company is not under Oppo but later that year after all document verification it came to light that stakeholder of oneplus is Oppo and clarified that Oneplus is a subsidiary company of Oppo.

Let us deep dive into its products.

Series of Smartphone:

OnePlus One

The company’s first product was the highly anticipated OnePlus One. It was unveiled on 22 April 2014, and was touted as the “2014 Flagship Killer.” The One had comparable, and in some ways better, specifications to other flagship phones of the year, while being sold at a significantly lower price at $299 for the 16 GB version or $349 for the 64 GB version.The One also debuted the infamous invite system, which ensured that the company didn’t take more orders than it was capable of shipping.

The OnePlus One had several minor hardware issues at launch, which reportedly was corrected in later batches of the phone.

OnePlus 2

The OnePlus 2 was the successor to the company’s highly successful first phone. It was unveiled a little over a year after the One, on 27 July 2015. It was highly promoted as “2016 Flagship killer”. There were very high expectations for the second generation OnePlus phones, partly because of the company managed to create a big amount of hype for the upcoming phone.

The OnePlus 2 had specifications comparable to other flagship phones of the time, including the highly criticized Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, though OnePlus had decided to leave out an NFC chip, as it didn’t see mobile payment being an essential feature at the time. The phone was also one of the first Android devices to sport a USB type C port over the older micro USB port.

OnePlus X

The OnePlus X was OnePlus’ entrance to the budget phone market, at 5 inches instead of the One and 2’s 5.5 inches. The phone was unveiled on 29 October 2015. The phone was sold at $249, and consisted mostly of the same internal components as the year and half old OnePlus One, but had an AMOLED display.

OnePlus 3

The OnePlus 3 was unveiled on 14 June 2016. The 3 was the company’s first “metal unibody” phone. The phone launched with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, 6 GB of RAM  and 64 GB of Internal storage.The phone was well regarded amongst critics, mostly for its low price and high specifications.

OnePlus 3T

OnePlus 5

The OnePlus 5 was unveiled on 20 June 2017. It launched with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, a dual-lens camera setup, up to 8 GB RAM, and up to 128 GB of storage. It was released in two colors: Midnight Black and Slate Gray. A third limited edition color, Soft Gold was released on 7 August 2017. Another special edition color was launched on 20 September 2017, in collaboration with Castelbajac.

OnePlus 5T

The OnePlus 5T was unveiled on 16 November 2017, as the successor to the OnePlus 5. It features the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC and storage options as its predecessor. Highlights include a more immersive 6″ 18:9 display, a new “Face Unlock” facial recognition method, and an improved dual-lens camera.

Breakthrough from Oneplus:

  1. Flagship Killer
  2. USB Type C on android phone.
  3. Cheap price.
  4. VR on shipping.
  5. Fast face recognition.

I may miss few breakthrough. But above is the top breakthrough made by Oneplus.

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