has announced that the OnePlus One will have a 5.5-inch 1080p HD display, including Touch-on-Lens technology, power saving features, and the 5.5 inch display that feels like a 5-inch phone.
I really like what they're doing when it comes to releasing product information. Instead of leaks and speculation, they're letting us know what's going to be used in their upcoming smartphone and the decisions on why they went that particular route. It's a very personal experience.
Additionally, these timed, scheduled informational updates are also good for them as they're a brand new, basically no name company. This keeps their names in the media and keeps us thinking about them.
Keep it up and the rest of the OnePlus team. I'm excited.
What we know so far:
Snapdragon 800 SoC (2.3ghz quad-core)
3100 mAh non-removable battery
5.5” 1080p JDI display with 400+ PPI
9 band LTE (GSM)
16GB and 64GB models
Available sometime this quarter
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