OnePlus has confirmed the availability of its first CyanogenMod-powered smartphone, OnePlus One.
Though it was announced last month, the device was expected only in the second quarter of this year. However, the company has now announced that the smartphone will be released by the end of this month instead of June, reports GSMArena.
Based on consumer feedback, the company has mentioned that the 64GB version of the device is more popular than the 16GB variant. Hence, the company has pushed back the production of 16GB Silk White in favour of 64GB Sandstone Black.
"What we've done is dramatically increase the amount of 64GB Sandstone Black models in our production plans, while producing 16GB Silk White as long as they don't delay the time to market for Sandstone Black," notes a post at the OnePlus forum.
The production schedule of the OnePlus One, noted in the forum, reads:
Ready now - 100 for phone smashers
Late May to early June - Larger batch 64GB Sandstone Black
Later in June - Increased general availability, people who want it should be able to get an invite without much trouble in June
Coming back to the technical specifications, the OnePlus One features a 5.5in full HD display, with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, paired with pixel density at 401 pixels per inch. It packs a 13 megapixel rear camera and a five megapixel front camera.
The smartphone runs with Snapdragon 801 chip featuring a quad-core Krait 400 processor clocked at 2.5GHz, while paired with Adreno 330 graphics unit. The Snapdragon 801 chip also integrates 3GB RAM. The device uses a 3,100mAh battery.