Following its troubled launch in India, OnePlus is expanding to the second country outside its original markets, Indonesia.
OnePlus has a countdown on its website ticking down the seconds until customers will have a 2 hour window to freely purchase the device.
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Thanks to the problems in India between OnePlus and Cyanogen, OnePlus has taken the initiative to build their own software. The software is available for download now, but is only in a very early alpha build so far.
7 days of giveaways by OnePlus brings a few more gifts for the holidays. Not a bad way to work up to the new year, if you are cool with more OnePlus contests, of course.
Good news for OnePlus, the sales ban of the OnePlus One Android phone in India has been lifted. This is great news for Indian consumers, but is it enough?
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A New Delhi court banned OnePlus from selling its One smartphone in India, at the request of local manufacturer Micromax. The reason? Micromax has an exclusive deal with Cyanogen that prevents any other company from selling Cyanogen-powered devices in India, including OnePlus.
OnePlus has announced a partnership with digital-audio developer Waves to bring the MaxxAudio suite to its One smartphone in a January update.