OnePlus2 Surprises By Giving Google Cardboard v2.0 Free
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OnePlus’s second-gen version is based on the latest version of Google Cardboard v2.0 that was debuted at Google I/O.

OnePlus, Chinese handset manufacturer best known for producing handset with cheaper rates, has surprised with a good feature by introducing OnePlus’s clone, which will provide you Google cardboard free.

Just a few weeks ago, the company announced to debut its second-gen version of OnePlus, along with selling OnePlus Cardboard at free of cost. The surprising part is the company will provide Google’s VR headset at free of cost, covering the shipping cost of the headset.

As for the total cost, its shipping cost is up to $5 in the U.S., which is £5 for the UK and €7 in Europe - That’s still a lot cheaper than Google Cardboard or any of the other headset devices, which work with Google’s VR software. The headset device will be shipped on July, 10, and once it arrives in the market, OnePlus will watch the global debut of the OnePlus2 virtual reality unveiling on July 27.

OnePlus’s second-gen version is based on the latest version of Google Cardboard v2.0 that was debuted at Google I/O center last month. The particular iteration is made of thicker material for the sake of durability. The folded project ends up about 20 per cent smaller; and coated with the exterior bits with a dirt/oil resistant film. It is playing friendly with most of the smartphones devices up to 6-inches; it may be iPhones or Android phones, you might have sitting in your pocket. The headset also improves Google’s design in different ways.

Order now, if you’re interested to buy the product. We are having a gut feeling that these new features of smart devices are going to grab a lot of eyeballs in the market with a huge slot of sales.

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Carrie Ann is Editor-in-Chief at Industry Leaders Magazine, based in Las Vegas. Carrie covers technology, trends, marketing, brands, productivity, and leadership. When she isn’t writing she prefers reading. She loves reading books and articles on business, economics, corporate law, luxury products, artificial intelligence, and latest technology. She’s keen on political discussions and shares an undying passion for gadgets. Follow Carrie Ann on Twitter, Facebook & Google.

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