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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.
As part of a limited time offer, OnePlus is making its self-dubbed “flagship killer” available for sale without the need to jump through any hoops.
Cyanogen clarifies its clarification about OnePlus One OTA updates in India. Bottom line, regional devices sold directly in India won’t get any updates.
Good news for those of you upset about the OnePlus/Cyanogen scandal… Cyanogen reassures us that your One will continue to get updates!
The 64GB Sandstone Black OnePlus One is now available for purchase from Amazon India, providing that you have an invite. If you still need one, Amazon and OnePlus are currently running two invite contests.
Bad news for Indian users that were planning on the purchasing the OnePlus One. It turns out the phone is shipping without Cyanogenmod.
As part of its Black Friday promo, OnePlus has opened up orders for the OnePlus One, no invite required!
It’s official – the elusive OnePlus One will be hitting India from December 2, exclusively through the local branch of Amazon.