The OnePlus One smartphone still doesn’t have an ETA, but we’re hearing plenty about the device already. And according to a new report, the smartphone will feature a 3,100 mAh battery. The information was given by the CEO of the company, Peter Lau at the official OnePlus forums. However, he said that that the battery on the smartphone will be non-removable, to avoid complications and avoid potential thickness issues. While that’s a bit of a letdown, we’re seeing an increasing number of manufacturers go with a non-removable battery pack which has worked quite well for them.
The smartphone was recently revealed to be sporting a Snapdragon 800 quad core chipset with a clock speed of 2.3 GHz, which is very welcoming news as well. The device is also launching with a custom build of Android co-developed by the CyanogenMod team, which would apparently help the efficiency of the battery greatly. The OnePlus One is reportedly going to cost under $400 at launch as per the CEO’s own admission, which could make this one of the best VFM devices in the market.
Source: One Plus Forums
Via: Phone Dog