The official OnePlus ROM. Photo: OnePlus

The official OnePlus ROM. Photo: OnePlus

Based on the seemingly cryptic teaser, we expected the OnePlus “back to basics” announcement to involve something made of metal, but we were wrong. Instead, the company today announced its own OxygenOS ROM for the One, which will almost certainly replace CyanogenMod later on.

What a way to fly. Photo: Qantas

What a way to fly. Photo: Qantas

In-flight entertainment is about to get a whole lot better if you fly Qantas.

Those who fly first-class on selected flights will be equipped with Samsung’s Gear VR headset and a Galaxy Note 4 so they can kick back in a virtual reality while they’re 30,000 feet up in the air.

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Don’t let your gadgets and mobile devices give up on you before your next camping trip is over. With the incredible ZeroLemon SolarJuice battery, you get a whopping 20,000mAh of power in a solar-powered, rain-resistant, shock-proof package.

And for a limited time only, thanks to Cult of Android Deals, it’s just $49.99 — 50% off.

Apps like S Health could be optional with the Galaxy S6. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Apps like S Health could be optional with the Galaxy S6. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Samsung knows its users hate TouchWiz, and it’s finally going to do something about it with the Galaxy S6.

Not only will the company’s next-generation user interface be streamlined for performance, but many of its own apps — which are baked in as standard with current devices — are going to become optional downloads you don’t have to install if you don’t want to.

What could it mean? Photo: OnePlus

What could it mean? Photo: OnePlus

Has the OnePlus One left you thirsty for more from OnePlus?

Well, you’re going to get more tomorrow, it seems. The Chinese company today teased a “back to basics” announcement on Twitter with a cryptic graphic that somewhat resembles the famous Breaking Bad logo.

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