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OnePlus One with LTE available in Malaysia for less than RM1300

July 1, 2014

Joe Devanesan

The much-anticipated OnePlus One smartphone is finally available in Malaysia from grey importers for less than RM1300.†Sellers are already appearing on Facebook and hawking the device.

The two parallel importers in question are SatuGadgetDotCom and DirectD, who were spotted by SoyaCincau to be retailing the One- hailed as the handset to destroy flagship phones like the Galaxy S5†when it was launched in April 2014-†for RM1279 and RM1299, respectively for the 16GB capacity variant, and appear to be available in white only for the time being. Being grey imports, there will be no official warranty from the manufacturers just warranties supplied by the stores which may vary in service scope and†length of time.

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OnePlus One on from SatuGadgetDotCom

The official price point of OnePlusí maiden smartphone is US$ 299 for the 16GB version and US$ 349 for the 64GB variant, which works out to about RM960 and RM1120, respectively. As SoyaCincau pointed out, despite costing around RM3oo more for the smaller capacity, you will still be one of the first proud owners of a OnePlus One in Malaysia with local LTE support (successfully tested on Celcomís 4G network, according to DirectD) and still the cheapest Android device with a quad-core 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor.

Those arenít the only impressive specs of the One- it also had a Full HD 5-inch display, astounding 3GB of RAM for such a price, even a 13-megapixel BSI camera from Sony. Hell, the super-affordable handset even comes with a long-lasting 3100mAh battery and unusually good 5-megapixel selfie camera.

Sound too good to be true? Check out the full specifications of the OnePlus One here


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Source: Mobile 88 Online (Malaysia)

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