OnePlus One available to purchase from OppoMart without the need of an invite


OnePlus One invite orders are on their way to consumers, but what about people who just want to buy the phone without having to jump through hoops? Online retailer OppoMart is now selling the elusive handset at a slight markup. If you desperately want to get your hands on the OnePlus One before the OnePlus Two is announced, you can place your order today, but it’ll cost you $400.

A 16GB OnePlus One is typically priced at $300, so we’ll consider that extra 100 bones a convenience fee. While the additional cash might not bother you, there is one more catch to OppoMart’s sales pitch. Since CyanogenMod’s software isn’t completely ready for the masses, the retailer is shipping the device with its in-house software, Color OS. You’ll be able to switch to CyanogenMod when things are ready, but this is definitely worth noting.

If you’re not moved by these two caveats and you simply can’t wait any longer, you can place your order right now by visiting the source link below.

(via OppoMart)

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