While many are still waiting for OnePlus to hand out enough invitations for its debut Android flagship, the One, Oppomart has confirmed on its website the retailer has units in stock for purchase. We recently reviewed the "flagship killer", which sports impressive hardware at an affordable price, something other manufacturers fail to do for consumers. Oppomart has the 16GB OnePlus One listed for $389.
There is a catch, however.
This isn't the full CyanogenMod version folks are waiting for. From the Oppomart site:
Because of CyanogenMod is not ready for Oneplus One yet, so all phones installed Color OS now. You can update your phone with CyanogenMod ROM from Oneplus official site or CyanogenMod community a few days later.
Head over to Oppomart (which, to be clear, is not affiliated with OnePlus) today and order your own OnePlus One if you're willing to pay a bit extra and deal with the potential differences between this device and the one OnePlus intends to sell in the U.S. Be sure to check out our previous coverage of the Android smartphone for more images, details and our impressions of the device. It's not a bad deal for an unlocked flagship killer, that's for sure. Let us know in the comments if you're considering to make a purchase.
Source: Oppomart; thanks, Adrian, for the tip!