OnePlus has been steadily trickling out details of its upcoming One smartphone in recent months in order to build up hype for the device. The company is set to finally reveal the One on April 23, but it looks like we don’t have to wait until then to get a peek at it.
Some images have leaked out that claim to show the OnePlus One, depicting a device with a curved top and bottom and a black face. The design of the One is somewhat reminiscent of the Oppo Find 7, which isn’t a huge surprise since OnePlus CEO Pete Lau used to work for Oppo.
In addition to the OnePlus itself, the device’s StyleSwap covers have been revealed. These covers will be available in Silk, Sandstone, Denim, Bamboo and Kevlar textures and will allow OnePlus One owners to make their device a bit more personal.
But wait, there’s more! Some new screenshots of CyanogenMod 11S, the software that’ll power the OnePlus One, have also emerged. CyanogenMod 11S is a special version of the CyanogenMod Android ROM and was created specifically for the OnePlus One.
The screenshots show the CyanogenMod 11S lock screen, which is similar to the image that leaked out last month, and show the time, date, weather and battery level. Other screenshots show the CyanogenMod 11S home screen and a “Themes” menu with several software customization options.
Now that we’ve finally gotten a peek at the OnePlus One and the software that it’ll run, what do you think? Are any of you considering buying the device when it goes up for sale?