The OnePlus One has been delayed and delayed again, feeling so close yet so far, especially if you reside in Europe. It has now come to light that European deliveries of the OnePlus One have been put on hold as the team behind the flagship killer mistakenly altered the CE logo (EU equivalent to the FCC mark in the US), which is a mandatory certification mark for products sold within the EU. OnePlus One units have been held at customs and even returned to the company for correction.
Ireland's Technology Blog reached out to OnePlus and received a response detailing a delay of up to 2 weeks to redesign the back cover. While not all is lost, this set back does mean Europeans will have to continue enduring the wait process. If you'd like to read up more on certification for tech (regarding CE marking), check out this link for further details.
Source: Ireland's Technology Blog
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