At the end of last month, we brought you word that the OnePlus One smartphone would eventually be priced under the $400 mark, and by saying so, this does not mean that it will be priced near $400, although there is also every chance of that happening. Well, here we are with additional word on the OnePlus smartphone that is tipped to be launched before the first half of the year is over – apparently, the OnePlus One will be made available in 10 countries at launch. Those of us living in the U.S. will be pleased to hear that our country is included in the initial launch list.
The OnePlus One is touted to be a geek-friendly device that will ship with CyanogenMod developed software, and it is also comforting to hear that should you opt to do
“stuff” to your smartphone, such as unlocking the bootloader, rooting the device, or installing stock or custom ROMs, will not make the warranty void. It remains to be seen whether the OnePlus One will work in tandem with wireless carriers, although we do know that this device will run on the GSM network, where it also supports 4G LTE on AT&T and T-Mobile’s networks. Other hardware specifications include stereo speakers and a choice of either 16GB or 64GB of internal memory.
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