hardik shah, 17 Dec 2014It clearly shows tht OPO doesnt respect d laws of a country otherwise it wouldnt hav gone this farThis is not about any "indian law" being broken by one plus.. It is about a contract between micromax and cyanogen.. Don't go around mixing stuff..
Dears, I recommend you to not to buy this device, because the device using lithium polymer battery, and the life cycle of LiPo batteries are 300-350 times, maximum upto 1 year.After that you will need to change your battery.
I writing this because I am one of a victim of this issue,
My Oneplus One's battery became fat and I cant use it more than 10 minutes on battery.Then I wrote to Oneplus One about this issue,Now they are asking me $177.5 for battery replacement.
please check the availability of accessories and parts of the device before you make an order.
Micromax..Seriously?? pls step aside you bull***t company..You just sell stupid a** phones and you need an exclusivity deal with Cyanogen? roflmao..
Ravan, 17 Dec 2014Looks like Micromaxx is scared..Scared of a phone that is so hard get a hold of and is virtually non-existent in most markets? Yeah right!
You cheap Micromax, you are disgusting, you give such a bad after sale service, now when some one is giving premium device and service you play this cheap game, I left Micromax long back after I got the worst ever service and response from service Centre , will never buy Micromax again.
It clearly shows tht OPO doesnt respect d laws of a country otherwise it wouldnt hav gone this far
Wasnt OPO and Cyanogen aware of this legal violation before setting foot in India ?? Were they naive about indian laws which are ought to be broken?? Either the legal team of OPO is shit or they very well knew but they chose to ignore and take indian laws for granted.
Quite logical. A quick fix for this can be a One+1 GPE which people would love to own.
OnePlus will fight against this ban. Since, they will "Never Settle".