While there are issues with global availability for the very highly anticipated OnePlus One, you could cut the proverbial queue and get one for yourself! The suspiciously named Chinese online retailer Oppomart is selling 16GB versions of the device for US$399, a full US$100 over the RRP of the OnePlus One. This isn’t the only caveat to this deal as the units bought in this way will not come with Cyanogenmod 11s but rather Color OS, the Skin of choice for Oppo.
The main difference between the Chinese OnePlus One and the international model is the software inside. That, and the 4G LTE band support.
So before you order a OnePlus One, do check whether this Chinese stock will play nice with your particular carrier’s bands. The units sold by Oppomart work on 1800/2100/2600 MHz for 4G, and 850/900/1900/2100 MHz for 3G.
(Source: GSM Arena)