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OnePlus CEO confirms its second 5G smartphone will be available worldwide this year

OnePlus has confirmed it is once again stocking up for another hardware launch later this year. In the past few years, this launch consisted of an upgraded version of that year's smartphone — its superiority designated with a 'T' suffix at the end of the name. However, CEO Pete Lau has just laid out plans to debut another 5G smartphone this fall, but with a wider audience in mind.

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OnePlus' Android TV shows up at Bluetooth SIG, revealing multiple screen sizes

OnePlus entered the smartphone market with a bang when it launched its "flagship killer" back in 2014. While the company still sells phones for less than other competing flagships, it's now an established player. With smartphone growth slowly declining, OnePlus has decided on a new market to disrupt: television sets. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has already revealed that he has a TV in the making, and further information has now leaked that points to multiple screen sizes.

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OnePlus 6T drops to $499 ($50 off) with free Sandstone case and Bullet earbuds

The OnePlus 7 Pro is the new hotness, but the 6T is still an excellent phone as long as you don't take lots of pictures. Now you can grab the phone for under $500, and if you're a student, the discount could be steeper.

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Sprint and OnePlus team up for 5G smartphone

Sprint is on its way to oblivion now that the T-Mobile merger has received government approval, but the increasingly troubled carrier is still going through the motions. It's even preparing to launch a new 5G device with OnePlus. However, Sprint has opted to keep virtually all the details to itself.

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Google Photos update brings wide color support, breaks night mode on OnePlus 7 Pro

Pixels may take great photos, but both Android and the platform's applications have otherwise lagged behind iOS when it comes to color management, to the displeasure of photographers and designers alike. However, the latest version of Google Photos (v4.21) finally delivers wide color gamut support, though it does cause a few issues on some devices like the OnePlus 7 Pro.

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OnePlus tries very hard to rationalize why Zen Mode works the way it does

Smartphones have been out for way longer than the so-called "Digital Wellbeing" features that have been created to limit the screen-centered habits we've developed over many years. It'll take some convincing for consumers to willingly kick those patterns and it appears that's exactly what OnePlus is trying to do in promoting and explaining the convictions (or lack thereof) of its recently-introduced the Zen Mode app.

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OnePlus 7 Pro update beats Pixels to the punch with August Android security patches

The frantic pace of updates for OnePlus' latest flagship continues. Following the previous hotfix which landed just a couple weeks back, the OnePlus 7 Pro is already getting another bump. OxygenOs 9.5.11 delivers a handful of tweaks to adaptive brightness and screen sensitivity/accidental touches, plus the latest security patches — and we mean the very latest. The phone just got August security patches in July.

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Download the new Game Space app from OnePlus' Android Q beta

Many smartphone manufacturers, including OnePlus, have been integrating their own game mode tweaks that allow you to enjoy a title with enhanced performance or diminished interruptions. A new app by OnePlus called "Game Space" builds upon the company's existing Gaming and "Fnatic" modes, giving you a gallery-style launcher for of all your installed games, plus quick access to game mode's configuration options outside the Settings app.

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New OnePlus Gallery update lets you hide your photos, just not very well [APK Download]

OnePlus is in the midst of preparing its Android Q release, but that's not stopping progress on its existing apps and services. Recently, we saw the Gallery pick up a new carousel interface for Collections, and today, another update to the app lets you hide your photos from the main view, though you shouldn't rely on it to avoid prying eyes.

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