Dubbed the the flagship killer, OnePlus One is a smartphone that’s been in the news for the right reasons as well as the wrong. It’s an elusive device which still isn’t widely available, and it apparently has a large enough fan base in India to have forced its maker to officially enter the country as a brand.
Chinese firm OnePlus has gone public with its intention to do the same. It is currently on the lookout for a general manager who will handle the setting up of its operations in India. Through a post on the company’s official forum, a staff member has made it clear that the hiring process has begun.
A pretty detailed job description has also been posted by the company for those who’re interested in signing up. In short, they’re looking for someone with ‘experience, brains, and perseverance’ for this job. It’s hence pretty clear that OnePlus’ flagship product and its only one at the moment, the One smartphone will be released in the country soon.
The OnePlus One uses a Snapdragon 801 SoC and 3GB worth of RAM. It houses a 5.5-inch full HD panel, while it runs the CyanogenMod 11S software instead of a regular Android build.
Here’s a deeper look at the specs of the OnePlus One smartphone:
– 5.5-inch display with 1080p resolution
– 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 SoC
– 3GB RAM, 16GB/64GB storage
– Android 4.4.2 KitKat (CyanogenMod 11S)
– 13MP rear Exmor IMX 214 camera
– 5MP front snapper
– Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.1, LTE, GPS connectivity
– 3100mAh Li-Polymer battery
While the OnePlus One is openly available in China, interested parties from other parts of the world need to have an invite in order to grab one.