OnePlus is evolving its commercial strategy, and its successful smartphone, the One, which was once accessible only by invitation or through a flash sale of a few hours once a month should finally be within everyone's reach.
The One will be sold over the counter every Tuesday without any invitation, from the brand's official website. From 8 a.m., the smartphone can be purchased in its two versions, the version including 16 GB of storage or the one including 64 GB.
The rest of the week, you will have to come back to the invitations to get it.
As a reminder, the One is a smartphone displaying a solid technical data sheet based on the Snapdragon 801 processor, 3 GB of RAM and a 5.5-inch Full HD screen, at the unbeatable price of 299 euros for the 64 GB version.
Note that OnePlus has already updated its visuals for its operation and that the One displayed in illustration no longer has the inscription Cyanogen on its back. The firm is also working on its next model, the Two, which should be available later this year, which no doubt explains the company's desire to sell its stocks to make room. Finally, it is on February 12 that OnePlus will unveil OxygenOS, its own adaptation of Android 5.0.