To close out the year, I am naming the OnePlus One the flagship handset of the year. Although flawed, its robust feature set and ridiculous price make this device a stand out amongst the crowd.
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Following a ruling by the Delhi High Court, Chinese manufacturer OnePlus can no longer sell their CyanogenMod powered smartphone in India due to Cyanogen's exclusivity deal with Micromax.
OnePlus has announced that its smartphone won't be updated to latest versions of CyanogenMod in India due to Cyanogen's deal with a local manufacturer, but will get a different ROM instead
While giving an interview OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei, mentioned he's looking forward to the company selling a million devices - double than the current numbers - by the end of this year.
Cyanogen, Inc, the company behind the popular after market Android ROM CyanogenMod, has reportedly declined an acquisition bid from Google in order to keep the platform open.
Microsoft is said to be interested in Cyanogen, a highly popular version of Android, and that the company has met with Microsoft's CEO, Satya Nadella, in the recent weeks.
OnePlus has recently launched its device amidst a wild campaign and invite only purchasing system. OnePlus has revealed that its flagship device will be available to the general public in late June.
Two screenshots have leaked showing the reported Cyanogen Inc. custom OS for the new OnePlus One handset. The One will be debuting on April 23rd for a price under $400.
The team behind the CyanogenMod firmware for Android plans to grow its user base to become larger than Windows Phone, with $7m in funding and a hardware manufacturer partnership to be announced soon.
Renowned Android developer and custom ROM extraordinaire, Steve Kondik (aka Cyanogen and father of CyanogenMod), has revealed that he has joined the Samsung Mobile team as a software engineer.