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Thursday, 03 July 2014 07:48

Leaked website hints at OnePlus Tab

Written by Fudzilla staff



Another “flagship killer” in the works?

Oppo spinoff OnePlus is having a hard time shipping its first product, the OnePlus One smartphone, but the young company still has a lot of fans.

Fudzilla likes to root for underdogs, but in this case it’s really not necessary. OnePlus really has a good product at a good price, although it is having some trouble rolling it out. Now it seems the One is about to get a sibling, the OnePlus Tab.

The tablet was leaked in an alpha website and the leak was picked up by @evleaks (no surprise there). The bad news? There is absolutely nothing to go on. There are no images or specs, nothing aside from the OnePlus Tab name.

In any case it is an interesting development and we can see plenty of demand for a Nexus tablet killer with Cyanogen on board. 

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