A couple of months after OnePlus revealed that it has sold 500 thousand units of its OnePlus One smartphone, and is aiming to double that number by the end of 2014, the company seems to have achieved the goal, with co-founder Carl Pei revealing that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer sold close to 1 million units of its flagship phone last year.
The company will focus on refining its operations and improving its customer service in 2015. "This period that we have now is a very good time for us to become a lot more professional," Pei said.
He noted that the next generation OnePlus flagship phone, allegedly dubbed OnePlus Two, is expected to arrive in about six months, and revealed that the company is also working on a separate handset model. "I think its going to be a phone catering to a different type of audience. Perhaps for those who appreciate design over specs," Pei said.
OnePlus One is available in two storage capacities: 16 GB Silk White (priced at $299) and 64 GB Sandstone Black (priced at...