OnePlus One is easily one of the most talked about phones we have these days, the phone is shaping up to be a power house and will be giving some serious challenge to the current flagships from the likes of Samsung, Sony and HTC. It also happens to be the only smart phone that will be released by the company as it plans to expand. Recently, we got to know that the phone will be using 3 gigs of RAM and a Snapdragon 801 instead of the Snapdragon 800 coupled 2 gigs of RAM which was initially planned. More ever, we also got to know that the the cores will be respectively clocked at 2.5 gigahertz.
The latest news tells that OnePlus is planning on releasing the phone in 16 countries all together, instead of using their official forums, the company decided to use Facebook as the medium to let out the news. However, the company didn’t go on revealing all the countries. The 2 countries that were revealed are; Austria and Germany at the moment. China is another obvious country because the company itself hails from China.
As far as the price is concerned, the reports suggest that the phone will be costing less than €350 in Europe. This puts the phone somewhere near the Nexus 5. The price is still more competitive given the specs of the phone.
As reported earlier, the OnePlus One will be coming with Cyanogen Mod 11 which is based on Android 4.4.2 Kitkat, this goes without saying that this means the phone will be getting timely updates. Rest of the specs include a 5.5 inch of full HD display, 3 gigs of RAM, quad core Snapdragon 801 clocked at 2.5 gigahertz, 3,100 mAh non-removable battery, 13 mega pixel rear and 5 mega pixel front facing camera. The phone will come in 2 different variants, one will be 16 gigs, and the other one will be 64 gigs (the price will be similar to the price of 32 gigs variant other companies are offering). The rumours suggest that the phone will be featuring an aluminum unibody.
OnePlus One will be launching on 23rd April, later this month.