The OnePlus One phone, which weighs 162g and measures 152.9x75.9x8.9mm, supports dual-band Wi-Fi, including the very latest 802.11ac standard, Bluetooth 4, NFC, GPS and 4G LTE. There are built-in stereo speakers and a tri-microphone with noise cancellation.
We can look past the OnePlus One phone's lack of a memory card slot for storage expansion, given that the 64GB model is around half the price of Apple's £709 64GB iPhone 5s - the only other flagship smartphone you'll find with 64GB of storage as standard.
OnePlus claims its One smartphone boasts industry-leading design and superior build quality, with "subtle curves, sleek lines and a slightly raised jet-black display". It looks great in the pictures, but we won't make any judgements until we've held the OnePlus One in our hands - keep an eye out for our OnePlus One phone review.
The OnePlus One will go onsale in June in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, the UK and the US.
WE WANT ONE.
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