When OnePlus launched its first smartphone last year, the company made a name for itself by offering a device with high quality hardware at a mid-range price. Earlier this month the company ran a series of flash sales, letting you snag the OnePlus One for $50 off the list price for a limited period of time.
That’s the price for a phone with a 5.5 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. You can also pay $299 for a 64GB model.
OnePlus is also now offering a new option: $349 gets you a 64GB OnePlus One smartphone plus a 1-year subscription to Dropbox Pro with 1TB of cloud storage. The Dropbox bundle deal will be available starting June 10th.
While the OnePlus One is about a year old, it’s still a pretty nice phone… especially for the price, and especially now that you don’t need an invite to buy one anymore. OnePlus is a relatively young startup and the company use an invite-only sales system at launch as a way to manage supply and demand for a phone that was being sold at prices with little profit margin.
The company is planning to launch a second smartphone sometime this year, but it will probably cost more than $249 when it goes on sale, and you may need an invitation to buy the new model when it arrives.