OnePlus One 64GB will be produced before the 16GB version

OnePlus One 64GB will be produced before the 16GB version
Not long ago, OnePlus said that it would first mass-produce 16GB versions of its new CyanogenMod-based One smartphone, and 64GB models slightly after that. However, things have changed today, when the company revealed that it had “pushed back the production of the 16GB Silk White in favor of getting the 64GB Sandstone Black out quicker.” Why is that? Well, it’s because OnePlus saw “how popular the 64GB version was compared to the 16GB.” So now a large batch of 64GB models is expected to be available starting late May - early June.

In case you didn’t know, both the OnePlus One 16GB and 64GB come unlocked, and are extremely affordable, costing $299 and $349, respectively. As for the features of the new smartphone, these include a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a magnesium chassis, 13MP rear camera from Sony, 3GB of RAM, quad-core 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor, and a 3,100 mAh battery. The handset runs a CyanogenMod version that’s based on Android KitKat.

According to OnePlus, its One should be widely available starting June. Here are the markets that will officially get the smartphone: US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Taiwan.

source: OnePlus via Android Police

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