OnePlus to enter new product category in April

    OnePlus has been rumored to be working on some kind of new product for a while.. According to OnePlus founder Carl Pei, the company is going to enter a new product category next month but neither will it be a tablet nor a smartwatch.

    There's no telling what category OnePlus will be headed into next, but these comments supposedly made at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona do tell us one thing that One Plus is not planning on venturing into the smartwatch market yet. Neither are they planning on introducing a tablet.

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    OnePlus to enter new product category in April

    What is this mystery device? As per the recent trends the company might just come up with a fitness band or VR gear as they are the talk of the town. There's no possible way to figure out what exactly the company is planning on unveiling in the coming month. Carl Pei and his group of craftsmen are keeping this secret locked up securely behind the company's gates.

    With the unveiling announced in the month of April technology enthusiasts are making wild guesses as to what exactly the product can be.

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    Earlier reports suggest that OnePlus is working on it's OnePlus 2 smartphone to be more "premium" than its predecessor, and rumor has it that the device's price will be getting a bit of a bump as well.

    But the assumptions are rendered baseless and inarguable when we again come back to the proposition that the founder says the product will be a new category in itself. All of us are intrigued by the Carl's smart words and will have to wait until the month of April to find out what does OnePlus actually have to offer.


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