The OnePlus One has been a roaring success and so a 2nd generation phone is on the cards, with it’s own OnePlus developed ROM.
In an interview with Chinese tech sites speaking about the impact of the OnePlus One on the phone market, Pete Lau CEO of OnePlus also spoke about what is in the future of the Oppo funded company.
Lau confirmed reports that OnePlus are building their own ROM development division to create a OnePlus Android ROM (Android+ ?) and went on to say the the 2nd generation OnePlus smartphone would ship with that ROM.
Currently the Chinese version of the OnePlus One comes with Oppo’s ColorOS, while the international model has CyanogenMod as standard. The development of their own ROM would help the brand to further distance themselves from Oppo, and would allow them more freedom. It is unclear if the new ROM would see the end of CyanogenMod for future OnePlus devices.
The interview goes on to say that OnePlus have managed to be profitable this year, with internatoinal daily phone sales counting in the 1000’s.
[ MyDrivers ]