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OnePlus One Without an Invite is Precursor to OnePlus Two Launch

OnePlus One Without an Invite is Precursor to OnePlus Two Launch

OnePlus One Without an Invite is Precursor to OnePlus Two Launch

Despite being flagship killer the handset failed to enthuse the market. This was because of the fact that to buy a OnePlus One handset first you need to get an invite. Without an invite you couldn’t buy one.

But thankfully, you can buy a handset at the moment without having to worry about any invite.

But this seems to have come far too late in the day. The handset is in the market for around a year now and when it was launched, it was without doubt a flagship material. Thankfully you don’t need an invite now to buy the handset.

oneplusoneThe handset that comes at less than $300 comes with features that are usually part of high-end smartphones with price tag of $650 flagship with similar design and material.

There is no denying the fact that with its great features, the OnePlus One has achieved cult-like status, thanks in part to how difficult it is to buy. “In our first big celebration of the One’s successful year, we are opening up sales globally for everyone, every day of the week,” OnePlus’s Bradon Harwood wrote in a blog post.

The statement went on to add, “We have always wanted to put great products in the hands of more people…And, we now feel confident that we have matured enough to handle the increased complexity that comes along with opening sales completely.”

When it comes to specifications the OnePlus One comes with specs similar to Samsung’s Galaxy S5—5.5-inch screen, 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB RAM, 16/64GB storage, 3,100mAh battery. But the $300 phone comes unlocked for a lot less than the carrier-free S5.

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