As we’ve talked about before, the OnePlus One is a very interesting device. It provides flagship level specs for a mid-range phone price (starting at $299). On top of that, it’s the only smartphone with just Cyanogenmod running on it, providing all sorts of customization that runs even deeper than vanilla Android. OnePlus has even promised to have the newest version of Android on the One within 90 days (the clock is ticking by the way). However, you can only get one through an invite or pre-ordering system. Nevertheless, this combination seems to be doing well for a company that started less than a year ago.
OnePlus has sold 500,000 One units
Forbes had the opportunity to talk with OnePlus Co-founder Carl Pei, who said that they’ve sold 500,000 OnePlus One units. However, that isn’t enough, as Pei says they’re shooting to sell 1 million units by year’s end. Says Pei “It’s going to be hard, but I think it’s possible.”
This would be great, if they’d only just allow people to buy them…
Excited for the opportunity to buy a OnePlus One?