A Chinese tech startup OnePlus that announced a killer smartphone – OnePlus One few months back. But, the so called flagship killer has undergone a series of mishaps failing to cater the needs of consumers. Now, the vendor has disclosed that it is working towards a pre-order system as an alternative to the much awaited invite system.
Well, the company has detailed its new system and has claimed that it will roll out things starting this October. Prior to this, the consumers who wanted to buy the OnePlus One has to go through a frequent forums and had to make their friends and other family members take part in some contests.
From October, the new invite system will get to work and the firm will start accepting pre-orders from any user who like to get their hands on this smartphone. The catch is that this new system will be available only for a specific time period. Interestingly, there is no limit on the number of orders, but the shipping date will get delayed based on the pre-order numbers.
To recap on the specifications, the OnePlus One uses a 5.5 Inch Full HD JDI display powered by 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 chipset supplemented by 3 GB of RAM. Imaging hardware onboard includes a 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front facing shooter. The other features onboard the device are a 3,100 mAh battery, 16 GB and 64 GB of internal storage variants.