OnePlus One : Would You Smash Your $600 Smartphone for This?

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Less than a few months since the rave of the moment One Plus emerged with mouth watering specs without beating about the bush or marketing gimmicks, the “flagship killer” as it’s fondly called is set to DESTROY big names – well not by itself, with your own hands with it’s smash the past competition.

OnePlus-Specs

OnePlus One, the epic entrance

 

Officially, OnePlus One 1+ is actually just a week old but the buzz it’s created so far is just EPIC. The OnePlus smartphone coy founded by former Oppo employees came with a superb entrance super producers like Samsung, HTC, Apple would sure to envy. Without any marketing adverts and thus saving a substantial sum, thereby reducing the price of the OnePlus One to the bearest minimum, the OnePlus One is just $300 and has aroused a lot of fanbase worldwide, partly due to the customized cyanogenMod  115 fixed in it to run Google’s open-source Android OS.

So would you smash you over 300$ smartphone for “a chance” to get a $300 smartphone?

The buzz of the moment is the “SMASH the PAST” competition set up OnePlus for eager enthusiasts to stand a chance to be the first set of folks to own a grand $300 OnePlus One smartphone, but… would you destroy your brand new Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8, LG G2, Sony Xperia Z2 for a $300 piece of emerging mobile phone company’s new device which cost half the price?”

Well, if you answer is NO, I definitely understand your point of view, but then again, if your answer is no, then I implore you to go over to YouTube and watch how flagship users have entirely ruined their devices in hopes of getting a device half the price.

 

OnePlus One Smartphone Specifications

• 5.5 Inch 1080p LTPS Display from JDI
• Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor
• Quad Core 2.5GHz w/ Adreno 330 Graphics
• 3GB RAM
• 16GB / 64GB of Internal Storage
• 13MP Rear facing Camera with 6 Sensors
• 5Mp Front Camera
• 3,100 mAh Battery
• CyanogenMod 11s
• 2G/3G/4G
• 152.9mm x 75.9mm x 8.9mm

So, please do let me know in the comment form below if you would totally smash your device for the OnePlus One device.