August 30, 2014

First screen grabs of Cyanogenmod 11S leak for OnePlus One

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The leaks and teases for the upcoming OnePlus One smartphone continue today with a couple of screen grabs from the OS. Reported to be running Android 4.4.2-based Cyanogenmod 11S, the handset looks unlike the other versions of the custom OS experience. Perhaps that the rationale behind the little “S” at the end of the build.

What do we know from these very basic photos? Not much, unfortunately. The image to the left is said to be the lock screen and shows the time, weather, battery status, and notifications. As for the one on the right? It does tell us, however, that the device will employ software buttons and not hardware.

There’s but a few weeks to go before the OnePlus One makes its official debut so look for the leaks to continue. As a refresher, the device is expected to carry a sub-$400 sticker, feature a 5.5-inch 1080p display, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor. In other words, it could be a game changer.

Engadget