The OnePlus One was officially unveiled a couple of months ago, but with a slightly odd invite only system. While the smartphone is still available for purchase to those with an invite, the company has now decided to take Oppo’s support to sell it. The device is now available for purchase from Oppo’s online store with an $100 extra added to the pricing. This means that the standard 16GB model will now set you back by $399 while the 64GB model isn’t listed at the moment. Customers will only be able to buy the Silk White variant of the smartphone.
Another caveat here is that the OnePlus One sold by Oppo comes with the company’s proprietary Color OS UI. So there’s no CyanogenMod on board, although OnePlus claims that an update to the CyanogenMod based OS will be available soon. It’s a big shift from what was originally planned by the company, but it seems like they’re willing to do whatever they can to keep up with the demand. You can get the smartphone now from the link provided below.
Source: Oppo Mart
Via: Cult of Android