You might not have heard of OnePlus brand before, but their debut smartphone just might pique your interest. After much hype and rumors, OnePlus officially unveiled their killer debut phone called “The One”, with enough strength to take on the current flagship smartphones.
Quad-core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU
Adreno 330 GPU
13MP camera Sony Exmor sensor
5MP front camera
16/64GB of storage
Custom CyanogenMod based on Android 4.4
Corning Gorilla Glass 3
It also sports a load of other features like NFC, 4G LTE, option to have capactive keys or on-screen keys. To add more to the customizability, The One will have swappable backcovers with different textures like Bamboo, Kevlar, Denim etc.
Moreover, the camera has the ability to shoot 4k videos and 720p video at 120fps.
$299 for the 16GB version and $349 for the 64GB version.
OnePlus One focuses a lot on customization, and CyanogenMod is well-received by the Android community and has good support. With these pack of features, it has a 3100mAh battery for enough juice to go through a day. The camera has 6 lens for better focus and to remove color aberrations and distortions.
So, the OnePlus One is one heck of a “Bang-for-your-Buck” with a perfectly justifiable price tag. You can read more at OnePlus’s (beautifully designed) website at http://www.oneplus.net/
If you’re still thinking about “Never Settle”, that’s not a threat from OnePlus; just their design philosophy which, in words of OnePlus, “‘Never Settle’ is about understanding our users’ root problems and making the best product decisions to solve them”.