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So you may or may not have heard of the new smartphone manufacturer, OnePlus and their soon to be released brand new smartphone the OnePlus One but it may be time to start paying attention. Set up less than 6 months ago, the guys at OnePlus over in Hong Kong are aiming to shake up the smartphone market and arrive with a bang. Images of the device have yet to surface but shots of it’s CyanogenMod OS have leaked out and it looks to be a nice hybrid of the customisable CyanogenMod and Android OS.

CyanogenMod-11S-OnePlus-One

What has also been revealed is the extremely impressive specs for the device. It’s going to have a 5.5″ JDI full-HD screen, Snapdragon 801 processor, 3100+ mAh battery, 13MP camera and all in a form factor the same size, maybe even smaller than a Sony Xperia Z1.


That’s just sounds crazy good to us here in the office. The icing on this amazing piece of tech though is the price, Pete Lau, OnePlus’ CEO has just comfirmed that the device will cost no more than €350! I, for one, cannot wait to see it in full and will be holding out purchasing my next smartphone until I see what OnePlus bring to the table.

OnePlus One Euro Price

The OnePlus One is set to be officially announced on April 23rd so stay tuned for more info once we have it. Are you guys interested in this new smartphone? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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2 Comments

  • Aisling says:

    Sounds interesting. Will it use play store and their available apps? Off to investigate more 😉

    • John says:

      We know it will be running CyanogenMod OS with Android underneath and we’re nearly certain it will have access to the Play Store but we’ll get onto the guys at OnePlus and find out for you.

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