The unveiling of the OnePlus One
must have shaken the big names in the mobile industry, given that it's a $300 phone that carries the specs of a $600 handset from a major manufacturer, and then some. It flaunts a 5.5" 1080p display, Snapdragon 801 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 13 MP rear camera with Sony sensor, plus a 3,100 mAh battery, as far as specs go, and runs a custom version of the light and functional CyanogenMod 11, so there's plenty of value for the money here.
If you have been curious how the Sony Exmor RS
IMX124 sensor behaves itself, or how the new Cyanogen 11S
overlay performs, look no further than the slideshow below. There are video demos of the most important features on the phone, as well as plenty of camera samples, including low-light, indoor, macro, selfies and 4K footage, so dig in, and tell us what you think about the OnePlus One afterwards.
OnePlus One camera and feature samples