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OnePlus One's software bugs fixed, shipping starts "as early as tomorrow"

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OnePlus One's software bugs fixed, shipping starts
Two days ago, we reported that a last-minute software hotfix delayed the launch of the highly-anticipated OnePlus One yet again. The reason behind the implementation of this patch were some serious OpenSSL encryption issues. Cyanogen, the developer of the OnePlus One's firmware, decided that a fix for the bug needs to be implemented before the OnePlus starts shipping for those lucky users that have an invitation. However, the new firmware build had to be QA-tested re-certified, so this delay was inevitable.

Fortunately for those impatient to lay hands on the "flagship killer", OnePlus announced that the OpenSSL issues have been resolved. It appears that the new build has also received a certification, as OnePlus said that it will begin shipping the first phones "as early as tomorrow", June 13.

The OnePlus One got officially unveiled on April 23 and comes with truly impressive hardware specs for a ridiculously low price – the device comes with a quad-core Snapdragon 801 8974-AC, clocked at 2.5GHz, 3GB of RAM, and a 3,100mAh juicer at the back. If you have received an invitation before they ran out, you can get the 16GB version of the gadget for $299, while the 64GB one will cost you $349. If you are not among those lucky ones, you can still get a OnePlus One, but it will cost you significantly more.

source: AndroidAuthority

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