OnePlus One available right now for $360 with free case and film


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The invites are over, the presales are here, but the wait to get your hands on a OnePlus One remains, unless you go for one of the Chinese OPO offers available.

The OnePlus One is in steady supply in China, and now that the rush is over and people have stopped climbing over one another to get their hands on one, prices have started to settle.

Chinese retail prices for the 16GB version of the OnePlus one are 1999 Yuan (and are not dropping for the 11.11 sales), and now international resellers are getting their prices almost the same low price.

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Chinese OnePlus One compared to the International OnePlus One Video

Prices for the Chinese OnePlus one are now down to $360 with free international shipping, and customers can also take advantage of a free case and protective screen cover when ordering through 234buy.com.

Just keep in mind that if you do decide to buy the Chinese version of the OnePlus One, LTE will not be supported in the U.S and you will have ColorOS rather than CM11 installed (although it is easy to switch).

The OnePlus One features a Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB RAM, 13 mega-pixel main camera and 3GB RAM.

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14 Comments

    • Simon
      November 8, 2014

      Did your Mi4 come with GApps or did you install yourself ?

      • kocja
        November 9, 2014

        You mean google apps? It “did” come with google apps, kinda… well seller installed some a bit custom rom to add languages, Gapps, BUT removed updater (i guess to prevent users from updating which could remove their languages). because of no updates, i updated to official rom version, which removed google apps, and then i manually installed them. easy process, you can find guides on forums (search: “upgrade miui” and “manual insta g apss miui) my friend is actually using phone and he likes it 🙂 gonna buy one for myself on 11th probably 🙂

      • balcobomber25
        November 9, 2014

        Google Apps are very easy to get on a Mi4 if they are not already installed. There is an installer in the Mi store that does all the work for you. It literally took me about 2 minutes to get them.

    • Benkő Zsolt
      November 8, 2014

      Exactly there where i will buy my OnePlus One on the 11th 😉 i have a 150$ coupon 😀

      • TheEvilPenguinGamer .
        November 9, 2014

        which u paid 75 for 😛

  1. Angry Mobile Nerd
    November 8, 2014

    uhhh this is very old news. The 16GB version has bean steadily available in China for almost 2 months already and the 64GB version since early October.

  2. Hissam Rumlee
    November 8, 2014

    i want to buy my new 5.5 inch phone but confused between IUNI u3 and One +

    any other suggestion people – I am willing spend between $400-$450

    • balcobomber25
      November 9, 2014

      Xiaomi Mi4. I have had it for a little over a month now, (had a Nubia Z7 before it) and I absolutely love it. One of the best phones I have ever used.

      • kocja
        November 9, 2014

        you had nubia z7 max before? how would you compare it to mi4? pros/cons? battery life?

        • balcobomber25
          November 10, 2014

          I had the regular Z7 I got it from a supplier of ZTE that worked for me. It was a very good phone but not excellent. The 2K screen was a thing of a beauty but the battery life suffered because of it, I usually got around 8 hours on a full charge. The camera was very good but the software on the phone (Nubia UI) was full of bugs. Overall I would say it is a good phone for the money but not as good as the Mi4 or Mx4.

          The Mi4 on the the other hand is one of the best phones I have ever used. If LTE isn’t the most important feature too you I highly recommend the Mi4. Personally I find LTE to be more of a gimmick than anything else, I get over 10mb (faster than many peoples home broadband connections) on 3g which is more than fast enough to do anything I need to do.

  3. balcobomber25
    November 9, 2014

    At $360 it starts to lose it’s luster especially when that is around the price I can get the MX4, Mi4 and several other flagships for. This phone was so sought after because it was a flagship for under $300.

    • Simon
      November 9, 2014

      Here is a review of the Meizu MX4, it may change your mind:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLX5GKzHGmk

      • balcobomber25
        November 9, 2014

        I already own a Mi4 but I have several friends with the MX4 that absolutely love them. And from the little I have used theirs I can say if I didn’t love the Mi4 I wouldn’t hesitate to buy the MX4.

        I take very little from reviews as to me it is just another persons opinion. And there will never be a completely objective review of anything. We all have personal likes and dislikes that will reflect in our reviews. I tend to focus more on the unboxing videos than anything else.