The Chinese-made OnePlus One is widely considered one of the best Android phones on the market — but it’s also been incredibly difficult to purchase. If you wanted one, you needed an invite from somebody who already owned one. OnePlus has said that’s because it wanted to “cut out the middlemen” and “let our fans do the talking.”
Now, that’s no longer the case.
As part of a holiday promotion, OnePlus is shipping the One to anybody who wants it while supplies last. It’s $299 for the 16GB white version and $349 for the 64GB black version, both unlocked. As TIME pointed out in a review of the One, that’s remarkably cheap for a phone with its specs: A 5.5-inch display, 13- and 5-megapixel rear and front cameras, respectively, and a Snapdragon 801 processor with 2.5GHz Quad-Core CPUs.
From TIME’s review:
OnePlus promises any orders placed will be delivered in time for Christmas Day, though it makes an exception for delays caused by situations like bad weather.
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