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OnePlus 2 will not reach North America in the next 2-3 weeks

OnePlus 2 will not make its appearance in North America as soon as you thought. Even if things didn’t go that well for the Chinese manufacturer at its launch, the device is still seeing a great wave of newcomers on the invite waiting list. But the waiting is only going to get longer, at least for some regions of the world. OnePlus announced that the North American shipments of its newest device will be delayed for 2 to 3 weeks.

 

OnePLus 2

 

 

People who already have an invite will be able to get their OnePLus 2 smartphone starting tomorrow (August 11th), but you will have to give it a day or two for the package to physically reach your home. If you are from North America, your money is good too, but you won’t get the product as soon as the rest of the world. It will simply not ship to Canada and the US until production is back on track.

 

What is OnePlus 2 all about?

 

If you are considering getting an invite for one of these “flagship breaker” smartphones – as the Chinese are branding it – , you should know what it’s made of, right?

 

The device has a 5.5” Corning Gorilla Glass 4 screen at 1080 x 1920 pixels, which brings it to 401 pixel density. You get Android 5.1 with an Oxygen UI, the proprietary software OnePlus has been using since earlier this year, after the fallout with Cyanogen. There’s also a 13MP main camera with a  5MP secondary sensor in the front.

 

Everything is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 810 (MSM8994) SoC paired with 3 or 4 GB of RAM and 16 or 64 GB of space. There is no MicroSD card support for the device. Everything is powered by a 3000 mAh battery. Another interesting aspect of the OnePlus 2 is the microUSB v2.0 Type-C reversible connector. The smartphone accepts dual-nano SIMs.

 

Source: OnePlus

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Duos selling in China

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Duos was recently spotted in China and the device seems to be available in no less than three versions, two corresponding to the different Chinese carriers and one that is a SIM-free version.

All the versions have dual-SIM capacity and one of the SIM slots supports 4G TDD-LTE and FDD LTE cards. The SIM-free version is SM-N9108V, the China Unicom version is SM-N9106V and the China Telecom version is SM-N9109V. The second SIM slot supports regular 2G networks.

The SIM free version is said to be compatible with most 4G carrier networks and it sells for around $880 US dollars.

Galaxy Note 4 Duos has a quad-core 2.7 GHz Snapdragon 805 processor with 16 GB of storage and a 3000 mAh battery to keep it all together.

Source: Sammobile

 

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