The upcoming OnePlus One will undoubtedly make a splash upon its arrival in just over a few weeks. The superpowered smartphone will be running CyanogenMod’s custom software, which is based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat. The OnePlus One build, dubbed Cyanogenmod 11S has shown up today thanks to a few leaked screenshots.
From what we can tell from the screenshots, CM11S is a huge departure from most CyanogenMod ROMs, in appearance at least. The screen on the left looks to be the lockscreen, which is looking super clean and minimal. The screen on the right just gives us nitty-gritty details like the baseband and Android version the phone is running on.
So, what’s up with the “S” in the build name? It’s thought to be a differentiator for the OnePlus One build, which will probably include custom apps and features that have been added specifically for that device.
The OnePlus One is an exciting device, touting some of the hottest specs on the block right now. The device will rock a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 and a 5.5 inch 1080p display for just under $400 sans contract. The OnePlus One is expected to arrive in around 23 days, so save up those duckets.