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How and where to buy OnePlus One Smart Phone without an invite

Updated on February 8, 2015
OnePlus One Smart Phone
OnePlus One Smart Phone

Here we will explain how to get OnePlus One smart phone without invitation and basic features of the OnePlus One Smart Phone. If you want to find out what Oneplus One offers and how can you get it without too much trouble this article is a must read for you.

In the first section we will explain some basic things about OnePlus and in the second section we will explain you how to buy your OnePlus One Smart Phone without invitation. If you already know everything about this product and you just want to find out how to get it without invitation skip to the bottom of the article.

OnePlus One Smart Phone
OnePlus One Smart Phone

What is OnePlus One?

The OnePlus One is a new smart phone with outstanding specifications and features for a reasonable price. It costs 360$ (64 GB version) which is half the price of other smart phones with the same specifications and features. The OnePlus one is produced by the OnePlus manufacturer stationed in Shenzhen, China. This start-up company was founded in December, 2013 and since then it has achieved significant growth and it is becoming known worldwide. The company currently offers two smart phones – both named OnePlus One. OnePlus One 16 GB costs 299$ and OnePlus One 64 GB costs 359$.

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Why is it so hard to get one?

OnePlus is a startup company which doesn’t have capabilities to produce large quantities. They decided to act smart and made invitation system so only the most loyal fans can get these smart phones. The result of this is the invitation system. To buy OnePlus One you need the invite issued by OnePlus manufacturer. After you purchase the product you get invites which you can share with your friends and allow them to buy OnePlus One Smart Phone. The invites are currently very hard to get because the demand is high and supply low.

OnePlus One Smart Phone
OnePlus One Smart Phone

What does OnePlus One offers?

OnePlus One is definitely one of the most sophisticated smart phones currently on the market. But it has one big benefit in comparison to the competition – low price.

OnePlus one 16GB and OnePlus one 64GB have different storage capacity and color. Other specifications are the same.


Color: White (16 GB version), Black (64 GB) version

Dimensions: 152.9 x 75.9 x 8.9 mm

Weight: 5.72 ounces

OS: CyanogenMod 11S, Android 4.4

CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon with 2,5 GHz Quad Core CPU


Sensors: Gyroscope, Proximity and Ambient Light, Accelerometer

Battery: 3100mAh

Display: 5.5 inch Full HD

Camera: 13 Megapixel (rear) and 5 Mexapixel (front)

Connectivity: GSM and LTE

So based on the specifications we can see that the OnePlus One is definitely a top class smart phone which can easily compete to Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Iphone 5s, LG G3, Motorola Moto X and other top class smart phones currently available.

OnePlus One package is simple.
OnePlus One package is simple.

But why is it so inexpensive?

OnePlus One is designed by a start-up which has not invested a lot in marketing of the product. They have focused on producing the top end smart phone at lowest costs possible and unlike other companies (Samsung, Apple) they did not allocate a lot of funds to market the products. Marketing is conducted solely by the users of the smart phone and by invitation system. The OnePlus also uses social media to market their products at low costs. The second reason the OnePlus One is so inexpensive is that the company tries to avoid retailers and sells product solely through their own website.

Sophisticated Design
Sophisticated Design

So, now the big question everybody is looking answer to

How can you get OnePlus One Smart Phone?

Currently it is very hard to get it because the invites are limited and demand high. However, we have found solutions for you.

There are three different ways to get OnePlus One Smart Phone if you don’t have an invitation.

  • Buy it on Amazon:

Because OnePlus One is very popular and by consumers demanded smart phone it is already available on different online retail websites. The price is higher when buying OnePlus One through unofficial online retailer, but this is the quickest way to get your brand new OnePlus One. We made a research and the best price for the product is offered by Amazon.

  • Buy it on Ebay:

The second option is to buy OnePlus one on Ebay. There are different sellers who have this product in stock. Price is higher on Ebay than on the official OnePlus website but this is the easiest way to buy the product. Don’t forget that by buying it now, you’ll be one of the first owners of this sophisticated device.

  • Buy an invite:

The last option is to buy an invite first and then buy your OnePlus One from the official website. The average price of the invite is around 30$ but it varies from day to day. It is highly correlated with the number of invites available. You can easily buy invite on Ebay. But keep in mind that you have to order the smart phone in 24 hours after receiving the invite.

Now you know how to get your OnePlus One Smart Phone. But is this product really what you want. Maybe Pros and Cons will help you to decide.



  • Unbelievably low price
  • Specifications
  • Operation System
  • Battery life
  • Screen


  • Size (large)
  • Storage (no micro SD slot)
  • Non-removable battery

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    • BobbySD profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago from All around the world

      Thank you for sharing Michael! I hope they will fix these things as soon as possible.

    • Michael Poon profile image


      4 years ago from Australia

      I'm currently using a oneplus one. I can't really compare it to other flagships, but it's really big improvement compared to my old phone (htc incredible s).

      What's bad: Earpiece volume very low, battery life.

      I had to root and modify a file to increase the volume. Battery life is bad on the 33R version, will probably be fixed soon.

    • Technogala profile image


      4 years ago

      Really useful!! It can be buy by all level of people.But it upset the people because of it's non-removal battery.


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