A couple of newly leaked images claim to depict the front fascia of the upcoming smartphone.
This leak follows the one from last week detailing the smaller upcoming Nexus device codenamed Sailfish.
It's available in Japan and has many awesome features - waterproof, 120Hz screen, pressure sensitive sides and more.
The company has unveiled the new name along with the corresponding new statue on its lawn in Mountain View, California.
One is 5.2" in diagonal, the other is 5.7", 3,000mAh and 4,000mAh battery capacity respectively.
You could find unlocked units before, but now several retailers are selling carrier-free S7 units.
Registrations are open until July 5, and the sale is scheduled for July 6.
The OnePlus team has officially denied any plans for the third color option.
The tablet will be made official at an event in the company's home country of Taiwan on July 12.
The device was made official just a couple of days ago.
Comes with a bunch of new features.
Available with either Snapdragon 650 or 652.
The handset - as the name suggests - is aimed at enterprise customers, and is available for purchase in Russia.
The device is currently available for purchase in Malaysia for RM 1,999 or around $500.
The Chinese company says this is due to "the worrying downward trend of the GBP," that followed the country's vote to leave the EU.
The new high-end Le Max 2 variant also sports 6GB of RAM, and the new gold color will be introduced on the Le 2 and Le 2 Pro too.
Just like many past rumors have said, it looks like the Note is going for the edge screen this year.
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