We have introduced the full specs of Oneplus One smartphone. We all know that Oneplus One is a amazing smartphone with high specs and available price. Today I mainly introduce the ONEPLUS ONE Bamboo Edition to you. This edition is more beautiful than thye original version.
The smartphone’s chief claim to fame is its worldwide LTE support, a rarity with less prominent Chinese offerings. ONEPLUS ONE Bamboo Edition keeps the basic specs of Oneplus One. It just changes in the outlook and material.
ONEPLUS ONE Bamboo Edition Specs is necessary for most of us. So here I conclude some important specs for you.
ONEPLUS ONE Bamboo Edition Specs
5.5inch 16M-color 1080 x 1920px IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen of 401ppi
Android 4.4 KitKat CyanogenMod 11s OS
Quad-core 2.5GHz Krait 400 CPU, 3GB of RAM, Adreno 330 GPU; Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset
13MP autofocus camera, dual-LED flash
2160p@30fps video, 2160p(DCI)@24fps, 1080@30fps, slow motion recording at 1080p@60fps and 720p@120fps
Dual speakers (not stereo)
16GB and 64GB storage options
Active noise cancellation with a tri-mi setup
Swappable back panels (including wooden ones)
This smartphone’s screen has minimal side bezels and the space top and bottom has been used with consideration. The ONEPLUS ONE Bamboo Edition has good ergonomics for a device with capacitive keys under the display. These can be disabled and you can opt for on-screen navigation buttons instead. At 152.9 x 75.9 x 9.4mm it’s very tall and very wide – it’s a little taller and thicker than a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (that has a 0.2″ bigger display) and a good 6.6mm taller than the LG G3, which fits the same screen diagonal in a smaller frame.
Under the display, three capacitive keys serve menu, home and back.
On the left side, the OnePlus One has a volume rocker and the microSIM card tray above. The right side, at around thumb-height, has the power button and nothing else.
At the bottom we have the main microphone, the microUSB port and two speaker grilles that actually have speakers under them.
The screen is big and bright and fills the front from edge to edge pushing the bezels to the brink. And if you’re still not sold, one look at the video settings will dispel any doubt – the UHD option is stuff only premium devices get these days. This device considers the screen is 5.5″ of 1080 x 1920 resolution for a pixel density of 401ppi which is pleasingly sharp, even at this diagonal. QHD would’ve made a difference in web pages or optimized apps, but 1080p is fine.
Screen Size: 5.5 inch FHD LTPS touchscreen
Display reulotion: 1920*1080 pixel
Color Support: 16 million colors
Screen Technology: Multi-touch screen, Corning III Gorilla Glass
With a 3,100Ah battery, this amartphone sounds well covered in the battery life department, but the real-world results fail to truly excel. While it managed almost 20 hours of call time, close to 10 hours of browsing and 11 hours of video playback, the One was let down by its power management in stand-by as compared to other devices. Indeed, despite that shortcoming, theONEPLUS ONE Bamboo Edition scored a respectable overall rating of 66 hours – the expected time between charges if you use the device for an hour each of calls, browsing and video playback a day.
With quad-band GSM, penta-band HSPA and hexa-band LTE on its resume, this editon is a true globetrotter. There’s a full set of a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi standards on both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot and DLNA sharing of media with supported devices like TVs and PCs.
ONEPLUS ONE Bamboo Edition owns a 5.5-inch FHD LTPS Corning III Gorilla Glass screen with 1920*1080 pixel display. ONEPLUS ONE Bamboo Edition installs Android 4.4.2 OS. For starters, it runs the current top-class Snapdragon 801 chipset with a quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400 CPU and Adreno 330 GPU. It also has 3 GB of RAM to handle heavy tasks and GPU only needs to 1080p resolution to the screen