OnePlus Messages Become Available in The Google Play Store

If, by any means, you’re struggling to find the perfect app for instant messaging, you should give OnePlus Messages a try. However, its name itself suggests that there’s no availability for phones that aren’t carrying the OnePlus brand.

OnePlus Messages brings some cute new features like the possibility to use the chat overview panel for copying and pasting one-time passwords, financial transactions, and even promotions.

The Play Store description says:

Introducing, OnePlus Messages for easy categorization of messages. With categories of transactions, promotions, and OTPs manage and track your finances and grasp details at a glance.
Simplification at its best and no room for ambiguity, receive visualised messages with brand logos and names of senders. Precise and concise information just a glance away, with Smart SMS.

OnePlus has many aces up its sleeve

OnePlus continues to impress in the smartphone area, and not only regarding the software part. The company remains one of the top Chinese brands in building smartphones, along with Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo, and others. OnePlus prepares the release of the 8T lineup of phones that look spectacular and will release in October.

As it was expected, OnePlus 8T will be powered by a Snapdragon 865 processor. The standard OnePlus 8T will have a quad camera setup mounted on the rear: a main wide sensor capable of 48 MP, an ultrawide snapper of 16 MP, and two macro and depth sensors of 5MP and 2MP, respectively. The main camera setup also records video up to 4K at 30/60fps. As for the front camera, it’s capable of 32 MP.

GSMArena reveals the prices for the OnePlus 8T lineup. The version with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage will sell for 799 euros, while the variant that packs 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage will cost 100 euros more.

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