OnePlus launches #NeverSettle wallpaper campaign for their OnePlus One CyanogenMod phone

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Just yesterday, we reported that the OnePlus startup will be launching their first phone later this year. Up first on the roster is a big one, the first CyanogenMod phone designed from the ground up to run CyanogenMod out of the box. Dubbed the OnePlus One, both companies aim to offer a perfect harmony between user experience and hardware, disrupting the smartphone industry in 2014. Seeing as we’re only just starting out the year, a device launching later this year could be a very long way off. The OnePlus team has something to tide us over for now and launched their #NeverSettle campaign.

Never Settle for a mediocre user experience. Never Settle for subpar hardware or software. Never Settle for a phone that is anything other than the very phone that you want. At OnePlus, the Never Settle movement is the impetus for the exacting performance and sleek design that will define the OnePlus One.

You can show your OnePlus pride by sporting the Lock Screen and Home Screen wallpapers below in full 1080p glory. Enjoy!

Source: OnePlus


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  1. Sounds pretty darn interesting, I wonder what the phone will look like

  2. Well! uummm!

  3. If the phone is as clunky as CyM OS is, I’ll pass!

    1. Clunky? CM’s OS is anything but clunky on Jelly Bean 4.3 on my S3.

  4. can’t wait to see what they come up with.

  5. It’s when people say things like this that I over hype things. I’m expecting some perfect phone, only for it to be some standard bar design with super high-end hardware.

  6. How long until HTC tells them they can’t call their smartphone the One because they beat them to it?

    1. I had similiar thoughts when the One Plus One name.

  7. C’mon Derek, we’re gonna need a little bit more than some wallpaper to hop on the bandwagon.lol

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