The OnePlus Tech has entered the market among much hype, with their marketing team having done an excellent job of creating an extreme level of anticipation and pull among consumers. With the newcomer making first a splash due to similarities with the Oppo 7 range, and then after claiming to have a Nexus like feel, with lesser price, the newbie has already seen its fair share of headlines.
And with the 3GB of RAM, coupled with a 5MP front facer and 13MP main snapper also providing UHD recording, and coming in at a very low cost for a 64GB version, the best hardware on offer, a large display which is hi-res, a classy chipset, a DCI 4K video enabled snapper, deep reserves in the battery, and with CyanogenMod 11s, the next generation in hyper-performing Android, the OnePlus sure feels like fulfilling its end of the bargain, though you will have to struggle to get your hands on one of these babies.
Still, with all things going its way, there still are some drawbacks with the device, starting with the obvious shortfall and distribution issue. Additionally there is no FM, which was a surprise, since nowadays it is part of the standard package. Additionally, the bulk of the OnePlus One is a concern, with sturdiness kept in mind rather than slimness and weight.
Still, once you do manage to get your hands on the device, it is a pleasurable experience. The OnePlus One is pretty easy on the pocket without looking like it, and the interface is also pretty streamlined and similar to the Nexus one. The large screen pushes the bezels right to the edge of the sides, taking the screen from end to end, and the UHD display will get you hooked from the get go.