2018 was an interesting year for smartphones with the traditionally big names being challenged by rising stars from Chinese manufacturers. But which devices won your hearts over the course of the year? We asked, and you answered! Read on to find out the results.
OnePlus and Xiaomi are two of the most famous Chinese manufacturers in the world. Their latest flagships are obviously among the best smartphones of the moment. But which is better: the Xiaomi Mi 8 or the OnePlus 6?
Xiaomi is coming after the mid-range market with its Pocophone F1. OnePlus, was once the king of this price range, but now has to take a long look at itself. From a photo point of view, which smartphone is better? The OnePlus 6 or Pocophone F1?
In all likelihood, OnePlus' new flagship killer, the OnePlus 6T, should go on sale on October 30. Thanks to a leaked listing, we know when you will be able to get your hands on the upcoming device from the Chinese brand.
Can the Chinese company that produces the famous flagship killers really repair your roof? Well, not exactly, but there is a company in Canada called OnePlus Roofing that specializes in the field and shares more with the Chinese company than just the name...
Are you planning to buy a new smartphone? Then you surely want some money for your old one. In this article, we'll show you the resale value of the notable high-end smartphones and the difference with the new price.
We now know the strategy of OnePlus well: after a new OnePlus, a OnePlus T arrives 6 months later. The OnePlus 6T exists and is in its final stages: the latest rumors reveal the date of the launch event!
That's how fast it can be done! After only three public beta test weeks, OnePlus has released the final update of Android 9 via OTA to OnePlus 6 owners. At the same time, Android 9 has also been announced for older smartphones from the brand.
OnePlus founder officially announces that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has decided to develop a smart TV. Built-in cameras and microphones as well as a digital assistant are already safe. Long-term improvements to the software are on the agenda, according to reports.
OnePlus is preparing for the launch of the OnePlus 6T, and the brand is also keeping an eye on its fans. Apparently the company's own community gave the go-ahead to drop a beloved feature from the next OnePlus phone. But are they really satisfied with this decision?