Today was the first day of open sales for the OnePlus 2 in China with 30,000 phones selling out in just 64 seconds.
While the rest of the world has to deal with the OnePlus 2 invite system (unless you manage to hack it), Chinese customers are going through the usual flash sale routine we have seen used by Meizu, Xiaomi and others.
Today was the first day that Chinese customers (who had reserved a OP2) were able to actually make payment for the phone and expect delivery of it in a few days time. The sale lasted just 64 seconds before the first batch of 30,000 phones managed to sell out.
As well as Chinese customers, scalpers and fans, a number of resellers in China are also likely to have bought the OnePlus 2, so expect Chinese versions of the flagship phone to go on sale with out invite through third party sellers soon.