OnePlus manufactures smartphones. OnePlus headquarters are in Shenzhen China. The company was started by previous Oppo Vice president, Pete Lau
in December 2013.
The OnePlus One, OnePlus's first product, was released on April 23, 2014 with prices of $299 and $399
respectively for the 16 GB and 64 GB versions. The phone is available through Amazon. In a review by TIME magazine, they called it the "Phone of Dreams" with a sub-heading "It's hard to imagine a better phone for Android geeks.
OnePlus was established on 16 December 2013 by previous Oppo VP Pete Lau and Carl Pei. According to the Chinese government's documentation, the main institutional stockholder in OnePlus is Oppo. Although Lau at first denied that OnePlus was a completely owned subsidiary of, Oppo. On release the regulatory filings they conceded that they are owned by Oppo and are "doing negotiations with different investors" (albeit nothing has been reported to date). The organization's primary objective was to create a cell phone that would adjust top of the line quality with a lower price than different hones in its class, trusting that clients would "Never Settle" for the lower-quality phones produced by other organizations. Lau clarified that "we will never be distinctive only for being distinctive. Everything done needs to enhance the actual user experience in everyday use. He likewise demonstrated aspirations of becoming the "Muji of the tech industry", underscoring its attention on brilliant items with shortsighted, easy to use designs. Continuing Lau's relationship with the stage from the Oppo N1, OnePlus created an exclusive licensing agreement with Cyanogen Inc. to construct its items' Android distribution in light of a variation of the popular custom ROM CyanogenMod and utilize its trademarks outside of China.
The organization divulged its first device, the OnePlus One, in April 2014. In December 2014, close by the releasel of the OnePlus One in India solely through Amazon, OnePlus likewise reported arrangements to build up a presence in the nation, with agreements to open 25 official walk-in centers throughout India. Sales of the phone in India were ended after an a temporary injunction allowed to Micromax Mobile, claiming that it abused its select rights to distribute Cyanogen-marked items in South Asia a portion of a new joint endeavor and that its assention superseded the agreement it had set up with OnePlus. The organization debated the contentions, taking note of that its Cyanogen-based programming was not the same as that of Micromax's, and contended that the exclusivity agreement just implied that Cyanogen couldn't band together with whatever other organization situated in India, and did not hinder the capacity for OnePlus to market its items in the nation with its trademarks. OnePlus built up another ROM named Oxygen OS, like CyanogenMod however created by OnePlus. The new shipments of OnePlus One likewise removed the Cyanogen Logo from its back and boxes to simplify production lines
Announced Jun 15, 2016
5.5″ screen • 16 megapixels (rear) • 8 megapixels (front)