OnePlus One will now sell without invites, forever
OnePlus’ 2014 “flagship killer” is now available for full time purchase having ditched the invite system whereby a customer is allowed access to make an order via a special “invite” code. OnePlus say they are pitching with the normal buying method “Forever” — at least on the the One.
The company is reportedly going to announce a successor for the One on Monday (we are still waiting) and this could be one of the major reasons why the smartphone is left to be bought freely at this point in time, knowing that most people will prefer to buy the new smartphone than the 2014 One.
According to rumors, the OnePlus Two is expected to pack a 5.5″ 1440p display, 3,200mAh battery, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset and 4GB of RAM.
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