Wondering what the OnePlus One will look like when it finally starts shipping? You could look at the leaks that came out a while back, or you could look at these brand new images posted by (of all things) a Chinese Sports Radio talk show’s Weibo account.
FM 102.5 Beijing apparently got a hold of a black (64GB) OnePlus One, and took some beautiful High Res pictures of its unboxing for all to see.
OnePlus clearly didn’t spare any expense when it came to the OnePlus’ packaging, and the images of the phone itself is perhaps the best look we’ve gotten at a 64GB model. The images of the packaging also shows off the device’s unique looking packaged-in USB cord.
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OnePlus may have had its fair share of controversies as of late, but there is no denying one thing: the OnePlus One oozes high end. Everything from the device’s design to its packaging seems to scream six hundred dollars. But as we all know, it costs significantly less.
If you need a refresher real quick: The OnePlus One officially launched starting at $299 (the 64GB model will retail for $349) on April 23rd. It still is not available to the public at large however, as the first batch of OnePlus One phones will be sold by invite only. It has 3GB of RAM, the Qualcomm SnapDragon 801 chipset with a quad-core 2.3Ghz CPU and runs Cyanogenmod 11s out of the box.
We will be sure to have more OnePlus stories as the device becomes more readily available.
Bring this phone to the masses!!! We want a slice of it not just your stupid invite system!!
No, that will kill Find 7a sales.
Says their Oppo overlord.
One plus has already said that the phone doesn’t make a profit. I can’t see them trying to overbuild. It would bankrupt the company. Not that I am terribly excited about the invite system, but I get one I’ll make sure to get you one!
They’re not available in my country, not surprisingly since Oppo seems to focus a lot here with many phone releasing even before other country.
2.5Ghz I believe…
Stupid pranks aside, this phone has my heart racing! When will the average commoner be able to see one??!! I wonder……
it would be interesting to have in a table all the 5,5″ chinesse phones with sizes,cpu… and other details to see a clear picture about market.
I am working on something like this, take a look https://www.gizchina.com/specifications/phone/oppo-find-7-specifications/
One plus, you need to put dual sim and SD Card extend on your phones! These Specs doesn’t make a Phone look “cheaper” or “SUCK”, makes a phone better and different from the bigger brands…
Not just the SD card, but Infrared. HTC and Samsung are reviving the universal remote trend. It’s a shame that low end phones of 2005-2007 time frame came with IR, but modern smartphone had decided it was dumb to put in one!
The package looks very fragile.. pretty dangerous.