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OnePlus’ Internal Memo Leaks, Reveals Company’s Plans

September 9, 2015 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

OnePlus has announced the long awaited OnePlus 2 at the company’s event back in July. The company’s 2nd-gen flagship, and second phone this company manufactured overall, is once again extremely well-equipped and quite affordable. Keep in mind that you’ll need an invite if you’d like to purchase it though, unfortunately. OnePlus 2 has been available for quite some time now, and we’ve already reviewed it, in case you’d like to check that out. That being said, let’s put OnePlus 2 on the side for a moment, and talk about the company in general, shall we.

This China-based company has had a really successful 2014 thanks to OnePlus One, and are looking to do even better this year. What are their plans though? Well, thanks to the alleged OnePlus internal memo which leaked recently, we might even know what OnePlus’ next step is. According to the source, this information comes from a letter signed by Pete Lau, company’s CEO. According to its content, OnePlus is currently mass producing the upcoming OnePlus-branded smartphone which is supposed to launch before the end of the year, the cheaper variant of OnePlus 2, allegedly cheaper that is. Mr. Lau has also mentioned that the company should start working on OnePlus 3 in the coming months, and that they need to continue polishing up the Oxygen OS in order to provide consumers with the best user experience possible. At the end of the letter, Pete Lau mentioned OnePlus’ global affairs, and the company’s expansion. They will, reportedly, try to consolidate their affairs outside of China, further into the US, Europe and Canada.

There you have it. We, of course, cannot confirm that this report is legit, so take the aforementioned info with a grain of salt. The content of the letter seems rather accurate though, these are all logical steps that OnePlus is looking to take. We haven’t seen a single rumor regarding the upcoming OnePlus Mini handset, or whatever will it be called in the end, since the company launched OnePlus 2. That being said, stay tuned, we’ll report back as soon as new info surfaces, as usual.