OnePlus One: The flagship killer arrives

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  • Monday, 04 May 2015

People power: OnePlus chief executive officer and co-founder Pete Lau (seated in the centre) and Pei (seated second from right) have grown the company from 20 employees to more than 800.

One of the highest rated flagship smartphones in 2014 finally made its official entry in the local market.

It Is not new for smartphones to take a long time to reach our shores but the OnePlus One took a year. The Android device, which was dubbed “the flagship killer” in 2014 by the foreign press, only arrived here in April.

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