Mobile Phones: OnePlus 3
News & Reviews: OnePlus 3 Malaysia price
Last Updated: Jun 01, 2017
OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau tweets that he is proud to announce that Android O will come to OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T.
Last Updated: Mar 17, 2017
Brightstar Malaysia had just announced that the OnePlus 3T will be officially available in Malaysia from March 22 onwards on Lazada as well as authorised retailers for RM2229. It will be available in Gun Metal and Soft Gold in 64GB storage variant. On the other hand, OnePlus has also announced an incremental roll-out of OxygenOS 4.1.0 for both the OnePlus 3 and 3T. As usual, it includes miscellaneous improvements and bug fixes, as well as some added new features.
Last Updated: Feb 10, 2017
Recently, a new set of vulnerabilities was discovered by Roee Hay, a security researcher. He found out that, for the OnePlus 3 as well as the OnePlus 3T, from OxygenOS 3.2 up to 4.0.1, it contains a vulnerability that, by using two native fastboot commands, allows anyone to disable the verified boot feature without actually unlocking the bootloader with the user-accessible command. This meant that a malicious code could be run without even resetting the user data!
Last Updated: Oct 03, 2016
When the brand OnePlus came into the market just under 30 months ago – we were promised flagship-level specs, and affordable sticker price. OnePlus, a company created by the former Oppo vice president Pete Lau released the OnePlus One – which delivered the promise of the affordable "flagship killer". However today we are seeing many other phones that claims to be cheaper than a flagship, yet perform just as good out of the box. Does the new OnePlus 3 still deliver the company’s motto – ‘Never Settle’ – to the users?
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2016
The 'latest' flagship killer is here at TechNave.com. OnePlus 3 is the name of the model that is purported to be the smartphone to beat all flagships. With its price of only RM 1888, this is definitely encroaching into the lower end of the flagship price range. However it doesn't mean that this is a poorly specced device. With a large 5.5-inch display, 6GB of RAM (yes, six!) and 64GB of internal storage - this is a superphone for the superuser. Check out the quick unboxing and hands-on video below.
Last Updated: Jul 29, 2016
Confirming our earlier rumour, the folks at Brightstar Distribution Sdn. Bhd. have confirmed that the OnePlus 3 will be available through them and authorized retailers in Malaysia from 8 August 2016 for RM1888 (inclusive of GST). If you can't wait, the pre-order is available at Lazada until 5 August 2016. No invitations will be needed to purchase the OnePlus 3 here in Malaysia.
Rumours: OnePlus 3 will arrive in Malaysia 9th August, Lazada ready to accept pre-orders for RM 1888Last Updated: Jul 25, 2016
We have confirmation that OnePlus 3 will be coming to Malaysia, and the blessed date will be August 9th 2016. So plan your finances for that day. Actually, you can just get your phone at the comfort of your home, as the phone will be available for pre-order on Lazada Malaysia’s website.
Last Updated: Jun 30, 2016
So here's some news about the OnePlus 3, it looks like it could get new colours as it was spotted on the OnePlus website but it's no longer there after being taken down. According to the source, OnePlus 3 might be getting a red version which looks nice because it matches with the red and white charging cable.
Last Updated: Jun 23, 2016
It's been barely two weeks and there are already multiple reports of how the customers are perceiving the OnePlus 3, some are good and some are bad, you probably also heard the claim that the 6GB RAM is not fully utilized by the device, not forgetting that it performs slower than Samsung and Apple's latest flagship. To add on to that, a reviewer from AndAndTech noted the 5.5-inch AMOLED display was "the worst display I've ever examined." and a Redditor remarked the reason was because the company was purchasing Samsung panels "on a discount", which prompted OnePlus CEO Carl Pei to reply.
Last Updated: Jun 20, 2016
As one of the flagship devices that is now in the market competing to be the choice of users all over the world – reports are popping up that while the OnePlus 3 has a great deal of RAM to spare, it does not use it to its fullest potential. What?