Can you make a smartphone without compromise? Is it possible to cram top-of-the-line hardware into a slim phone body, then fit it with well-regarded software, then sell it for about half the price of competing devices, and call the resulting product a “flagship killer?” Can you, as the ceaseless OnePlus promotion machine so succinctly puts it, “never settle?”
In a word, no. The OnePlus One, the maiden Android phone from a boutique manufacturer, is not completely without its shortcomings (or indeed, its compromises).
- OnePlus One Hardware Leaked In Photos, Along With CyanogenMod 11S Screenshots
- Hands-On And First Impressions Of The OnePlus One With CyanogenMod
- OnePlus Says The One Phone With CyanogenMod Will Be Released In Q2 2014
- OnePlus Is Cyanogen Inc.’s New Official Hardware Partner, Will Announce Debut Phone Called The OnePlus One In First Half Of 2014
OnePlus One With CyanogenMod 11S Review: The Best Flagship Phone You Can’t Buy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.