OnePlus is slowly expanding to more markets with their OnePlus One. Not too long ago, the company introduced the handset in India, but it seems more countries are about to get it soon.
Recently, in partnership with Lazada Indonesia, the company introduced the OnePlus One in Indonesia. The 64GB Sandstone versions of the handset will carry a Rp 4,499,000 ($360), and surprisingly, users will be able to purchase the device without any invite with the pre-orders kicking off on January 27th from Lazada’s website.
“2015 is definitely going to be a huge year for Lazada Indonesia, as we continue to expand our customer reach. Having a wide range of categories with exclusive products allows us to provide an effortless shopping experience, where our customers can find anything they need. We are pleased to partner with OnePlus to launch their flagship smartphone, the OnePlus One, exclusively on www.lazada.co.id. The launch of the OnePlus One in Indonesia is also in conjunction with our New Year Parade campaign on January 27,” said Magnus Ekbom, CEO Lazada Indonesia.
“Our top priorities are our product and our users. We are proud this exclusive collaboration offers our Indonesian fans the best in after-sales support and logistics to enhance their experience of the One”, said OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei. – See more at: https://oneplus.net/blog/2015/01/oneplus-launches-in-indonesia-through-exclusive-lazada-partnership/#sthash.eK7OzyxS.dpuf
The handset comes with a 5.5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 801 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 13MP camera and runs Cyanogenmod based on Android 4.4 KitKat.
Anyone planning to pick up the OnePlus One once it launches in Indonesia?
Source: OnePlusFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News