Forum Added for the OnePlus One
Just yesterday, OnePlus unveiled their first phone. This self-proclaimed “flagship killer,” which was developed in collaboration with the CyanogenMod team, features bleeding edge specifications and top notch software, all while undercutting the Google’s much loved Nexus 5 on price. Of course, we’re talking about the OnePlus One.
Naturally, many have asked us to create a set of forums for the OnePlus One, and so we have. So without further ado, head over to the newly created OnePlus One forums and get in on the discussion.
Are you feeling some major device lust right about now? Is the OnePlus One your next device? Let us know in the comments below.
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