OnePlus finally dropped his invitation system. Until then, the brand obliged its buyers to have a “pearl”, mainly got from a customer who himself gleaned it somewhere. Having set up an effective system to maximise buzz around they phones, the manufacturer still seems to have grasped that such a program was inconsistent with public policy, and got rid of it last 5th December.

OnePlus is making people speaking about him lately. After announcing the launch of a case for iPhone, the manufacturer confirms the removal of its invitation system, at least for its OnePlus 2. Available for sale in the most traditional manner since last Friday, the mobile is, according to many reviewers on internet, among the best in its class.

Based on Android, it offers a 5.5-inch IPS LCD screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 4 GB RAM, 16 to 64 GB of storage (no microSD slot), based on Android 5.1 OxygenOS, a camera 13 MP with 1.3 micron pixels, a nano-SIM dual, 4G LTE, a USB Type-C, a fingerprint reader, a lithium-polymer battery 3300 mAh, all for 151.8 x 74.9 x 9.85 mm and 175 g.

It is sold 399 euros in its 64 GB version and more surprise are coming with OnePlus X!