The OnePlus 2 is finally official and with a launch date of August 11, it is time to consider the price tag.
Just like its predecessor from 2013, the new clamshell Android smartphone is also called Galaxy Folder.
Announced last month, the device is now up for sale in Germany, where carrier Orange is selling it for €235.
T-Mobile users are currently getting the update in the US. Meanwhile, a similar update is also said to be rolling out in France.
OnePlus 2 will be available to order in a number of key markets on August 11; more countries will follow later this year.
The teaser image accompanying the announcement clearly hints towards a device with curved display, presumably the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
It looks like Motorola's next flagship smartphone will be bigger than both of its predecessors.
The next iteration of Motorola's affordable smartphone will apparently launch in just two days.
Samsung's next entrant in the Note phablet line has been photographed from a lot of angles.
The update has started rolling out over-the-air today, and should reach all devices soon.
Thanks to a retailer listing in China, we also get another confirmation of the phone's specs.
The Chinese startup's second smartphone will be made official soon, but it has already been leaked.
The upcoming high-end phablet will also sport a 5.69-inch QHD touchscreen, and 32GB of built-in storage.
The smartphone comes with a 5.5-inch 720p display, 1.3GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM, all for less than $180.
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