CyanogenMod-based OnePlus One will be fully unveiled on April 23
While today is definitely the day of the new HTC One (which will be officially announced in a few hours), there’s another One smartphone that managed to grab our attention lately: the OnePlus One.
As you may have heard until now, OnePlus is a China-based company formed by a former Oppo exec. Its very first smartphone runs CyanogenMod and should make users "forget gimmicks and bloatware." Today, OnePlus confirmed that its One will be fully unveiled on April 23.
We already know some of the features of the OnePlus One: a 5.5-inch 1080p display made by JDI, very thin bezels, a 13MP Sony rear camera, and a 3,100 mAh battery. The handset will be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, although OnePlus initially said that the CPU would be an older Snapdragon 800.
The new smartphone will cost less than $400 (probably $399), and it’s going to be offered unlocked internationally. It remains to be seen if the device will be available immediately after its announcement.