- Posted by: robertppitts72
- Category: Mobile
One of today’s most popular smartphones – the OnePlus One smartphone – used to be exclusive only to those who have been given an invite. But today, the makers of the $300-worth smartphone have been feeling generous. So much that they have offered it now to those who do not have an invite.
It needs to be said, however, that the said smartphone is only up for grabs while the supplies are still there but at the same time they did not exactly say when the offer will end. OnePlus have even said on their official website that the orders made will arrive during Christmas time.
The OnePlus One Smartphone has developed its own fanbase because of its incredible software that can be customized. The phone has covers that can be changed. These covers are made of both genuine and manufactured materials.
The smartphone has a 5.5-inch display in HD, a 3GB of RAM and 16GB worth of storage. It also has a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU that helps the overall performance run smooth and fast. It contains the new EMMC 5.0 as well, which will help you call and text with your phone effortlessly. Its innovative and robust features greatly permits faultless multitasking on your smartphone, even though you are using applications that are incredibly demanding and take up a lot of space.
The camera at the back has 13-megapixels and can take up to 4000 videos. The front camera, on the other hand, only has 5 megapixels but can still take self or group portraits like a pro. It helps that its 80-degree viewing angle gets a lot of area compared to other smart phones. As a result, your pictures will contain even more background without any deformations.
This phone was certainly built to last for almost a lifetime. It comes with the One’s 3100 mAh battery that stays firm in its place. The CABC and DRAM (Display RAM) technology that acts as its energy efficient display and helps regulate the backlight’s level. These features help in lessening its ability to decrease the phone’s power and also permit you to use your phone for 24 hours or more.