The OnePlus One is turning into a hot little commodity. The first smartphone from former Oppo employees is set to debut on April 23rd, and is promising a lot of smartphone for not a lot of money.
The company is set to roll out the LTE-capable device unlocked across the world, and though we haven’t yet seen what it will look like, we know quite a few of its specs:
- Customized version of CyanogenMod running Android 4.4.2
- Sub $400 price tag
- 5.5″ 1080p display
- 3100mAh battery
- 13MP Sony Exmor camera
- Snapdragon 801 CPU
- Voice wakeup capabilities
- Global LTE
- 16/64GB versions
Now, thanks to a leak from Engadget, we know what the lock screen will look like. The OnePlus One will run a custom version of CyanogenMOD 11 called CM11S, with custom features like voice wakeup and some UI and camera tweaks that move the device beyond a mere custom ROM experience.
We’re hoping for great things from the company — Oppo itself just revealed the excellent-looking Find 7 — but we’ll have to wait until the end of April for our impressions.