OnePlus One is one of the smartphones that is more giving that talk in recent weeks. It is a terminal that promises the potential of the most advanced devices in the market at a much lower price. A review to your specifications allows you to know your potential, who will have to prove beyond the role.
The first prominent appearance of OnePlus One is in software that integrates. It’s a team Android, but quite different from the rest. The Asian company responsible for the development of the terminal has collaborated with the team of Cyanogen, which for the first time designed a ROM of Android for its direct implantation in a factory team.
The result has been CyanogenMod 11 S, OnePlus One operating system. It’s based on Android 4.4 software, but with the customization options offered by Cyanogen. Thus, OnePlus One seems to want to differentiate themselves from the rest of Android devices from its base.
Beyond this particular software, OnePlus One has a pretty advanced hardware. Its screen is 5.5-inch high-definition, with a resolution of 1,920 by 1,080 pixels and 401 pixels per inch. In addition, this screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 technology, which provides a guarantee against scratches.
As for the processor, OnePlus opted for a Snapdragon 801 quad-core 2.5 GHz, which is complemented with 3 GB of RAM. These data promise a considerable power and placed the OnePlus One between the smartphone leaders today. Even so, its performance will depend on its relationship with CyanogenMod 11S, which is still an open question.
In addition to all these features, OnePlus One can also boast good specifications for your camera and your connectivity options. In particular, the device is equipped with a rear 13 megapixel camera with optics, Sony, allowing 4K video capture. On the front the inserted camera is 5MP, inferior to the previous one but also of high quality. On the connectivity, the OnePlus One Smartphone is compatible with LTE and integrates Bluetooth 4.0.