Over a million people requested an invite to buy a OnePlus 2, though supplies are quite limited. The company put a small batch of 30,000 units up for sale and they ran out in just over a minute, 64 seconds to be exact.
The sales were done through OnePlus' online store in China. Chinese residents who missed Batch 1 will get another try in a week on August 11. It's not clear how many units will be in the second batch, but they probably won't last much more than a minute either. By the way, it seems that in China you don't need an invite, those are only for international customers.
The base OnePlus 2 costs CNY 2,000 ($320/€295), you have to splurge a bit more for a fancier back (+ CNY 100) and more still if you want the 4GB RAM/64GB storage option (+ CNY 400).
Still, you get a lot of bang for your buck - a dual-SIM phone with 5.5" 1080p screen, Snapdragon 810 chipset, 13MP/2160p camera and Android 5.1 Lollipop + Oxygen OS.
The Oneplus Two is NOT as hard to get as the OPO last year. Go to aliexpress or online shops like eglobal and wondamobile to order one if you like to. They are already shipping out. Better price and service than ebay. Personally the Xiaomi Note Pro i...
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