For all the people who are anxiously waiting for the recently released beast from OnePlus, there’s a good news. The company has decided that the phone will be going on launch by the end of this month. For those who don’t know, initially, the company was planning on launching the device somewhere in June. The phone was revealed last month and managed to gather and insane amount of hype thanks to the cutting edge specifications in a very decent price.
That’s not all, the company also decided to listen to the loyal consumers ever since the official announcement took place and came to the conclusion that people are far more interested in the 64 gigs version of the OnePlus One rather than the 16 gigs version, and keeping the valuable feedback in mind, company has prioritised the production of 64 gigs variant, pushing the 16 gigs variant back.
That being said, people who are waiting for the 64 gigs version can get their hands on the device by the end of this month. However, chances are that the company decides to limit the supplies, but it’s safe to say that the phone will be completely available somewhere in June.
For those who are still lingering over how a phone which is from a company no one’s ever heard about managed to get so much attention. Here’s why… OnePlus One will be coming in 2 variants, the 16 gigs variant that will cost $299, and the 64 gigs variant that will be costing $349. As far as the specs are concerned, the phone doesn’t do anything but to impress given the price tag. The OnePlus One features a quad core Snapdragon 801 clocked at 2.4 gigahertz, the same processor we see in Samsung’s Galaxy s5, then there’s a 3 gigs of DDR3 RAM under the hood to provide efficient multitasking, the only current flagship using that amount of RAM is Sony’s Xperia Z2. OnePlus One uses a full HD IPS display, the screen size is 5.5 inches, with a pixel density of 401 ppi.
There will be a 3,100 mAh non-removable battery under the hood, the storage options will be 16/64 gigs. The camera department will be having a 13 mega pixel Sony IMX214 Exmor RS capable of 4k recording, as for the front camera, a 5 mega pixel snapper will be sitting on the front. Lastly, the phone will be running on an exclusively built Cyanogen Mod 11S based on Android 4.4.2 Kitkat.
You can read more about it on the phone’s official forum.