Last year, OnePlus figured it could sell 50,000 to 100,000 units of the OnePlus One at the most. So when it ended up selling more than 1 million phones, you probably envisioned champagne flowing from the water cooler at OnePlus HQ. But as company co-founder Carl Pei told USA Today, OnePlus just broke even last year even with all of those unforeseen sales. Breaking even again this year will be a stretch since the company did add head count to support the three to five million units it thinks it can sell in 2015.
If there was some swagger to Carl Pei during the VR introduction of the OnePlus 2, his confidence level must be rocketing even higher following the initial sale of the OnePlus 2 in China.
source: OnePlus, Weibo via GforGames