The most recent smartphone from Opposable is the OnePlus Nord CE. This smartphone has been designed by acclaimed mobile developer Oppo. This smartphone has been inspired by traditional cell phones like the iPhone and Android smartphones. The company claims that this smartphone is different from other mobiles because it combines a combination of a smartphone and a palm top laptop. The company further claims that its new device will help consumers do more than just using their smartphone. Further to that, the company further states that the phone has been designed to help consumers “enjoy the best of mobile communication”.
Consumers in the UK may pre-order the OnePlus Nord CE online from Opposable prior to full retail release on 16 June. From then till the launch day, oneplus devices will feature free gifts. From then until the end of the promos, users will receive five monthly stock free, two months of free talk time, as well as one free image locker. Users who purchase the handset will automatically receive the final payment upon the completion of all the promos. OnePlus Nord CE
The final price of the smartphone has not yet been determined. In the past, the final price range for the device was between one to two hundred pounds. As per some reports, the price of the smartphone has now been reduced to between one to three hundred pounds. Therefore, if you are looking forward to buy the handset but do not have a lot of money in your pocket, you should look no further than the phone that is affordable as well as offers a lot of value for money.
The most interesting part about the handset is the two ear phones which come along with the product. These phones, which are just like the ones used by the iPhone and Blackberry are nothing but Bluetooth enabled phones, featuring an array of facilities including SMS and MMS along with international standard music support. There is also a Bluetooth headset included along with the phone. Apart from that, the phone also features a USB port which can be used to charge the battery of the device as well as to download the OMAE compatible software.
The latest smartphone from the OxygenOS family is powered by the Android operating system, and like many other devices powered by the OS, it comes with the standard android interface. Unlike other smartphones in the market, the OxygenOS comes with the “Stock” user interface, which may confuse first time users. However, users can always download their own “Stock” based interface and use them in case they get stuck with the default interface. With the “Stock” interface, users will have access to very few features which are exclusive to the manufacturer’s OxygenOS.
The main highlight of the OxygenOS is its design, with an aesthetic design that has been inspired by many high end smartphones including the iPhone and the BlackBerry. The device also features an elegant multi-touch display, which makes it easier for it to be used while on the go. The OxygenOS features an intuitive interface, although this may cause problems for first time users as most devices have difficulty making up their minds regarding their looks.