The OnePlus 2 is bringing much fanfare, even after the world found out the “Flagship Killer” would not be getting NFC. According to reports, the device sold 30,000 units in 64 seconds, in China. Which is absolutely phenomenal. Unfortunately, for the rest of the world the device is still hidden behind the infamous invite system.
At the time of this article, the reservation list is approaching the 3 million mark, at around 2.8 million invitations on the waiting list. Fortunately, if you want to jump the line, you can do so. It’s just not through OnePlus. You can grab the OnePlus 2 from the folks over at OppoMart for $459.
OppoMart is only offering the 64GB black model, and is priced at $70 over the retail of the device. If you are clamoring to get your hands on the flagship killer, the $70 really isn’t that much extra to spend to get the device. Plus, you won’t have to worry about dealing with that aforementioned invite system.
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There is another catch in addition to the extra money for the device. The OnePlus 2 being sold through OppoMart is the Chinese version, which is a bit different than the one that you would get through the invite system for users in the US. The specs of the device are exactly the same, however, you will still want to double check to make sure that your network is compatible with this version of the OP2.
If you don’t care about paying an extra $70 plus shipping, and want to get your hands on the OP2 ahead of the release, head over to OppoMart and get your order in. We aren’t expecting this supply to last forever, considering the basis behind the invite system to begin with.
Just as a side note, GearBest is also offering both the 16GB and 64GB variants of the OnePlus 2 without an invite. The only catch here is that your order won’t ship until after September 7th. So pick and choose between GearBest and OppoMart, if you want to jump on board with the OnePlus 2 without going through the invite system.
Be sure to let us know whether you bit the bullet and pulled the trigger on the Chinese variant of the 2015 Flagship killer, the OnePlus 2.