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OnePlus Responds to Crazed Internet Residents Who Claim the Company is Entirely Owned by OPPO

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Over this past weekend, all talk in the Android community was over OnePlus, and who actually owns the China-based “startup” manufacturer. Since initial coverage began over OnePlus in January, English-based media had pointed to the company being ran by an ex-OPPO executive which had a different idea for how smartphones should be made and sold.

From what OnePlus’ own executives had stated in interviews, which were translated to English, it was thought that the company had no direct ties to OPPO. Evidence that was unearthed this weekend appears to show a much different story.

According to a report from Chinese media, documents from China’s regulatory board show that OnePlus is a wholly owned subsidy of OPPO, which seem to have shocked many of OnePlus’ fans and followers across the Android community.

The reason for the apparent outrage by fans is that OnePlus has been selling itself as a young startup, who intended to do battle with all of the Android market’s top manufacturers. The problem with that ideology is that you can’t exactly do battle with a company you are owned by, so many people were taking it as a lie that OnePlus was a type of savior OEM.

Thankfully, GizChina reached out to OnePlus for a statement, and they got one. In the statement, which should clean up this mess regardless of which outcome you would prefer, it appears that OnePlus is a “separately run company” who does share common investors with OPPO.

We understand the confusion as many people are just finding out about OnePlus. But as we’ve said from the beginning, OnePlus is a separately run company that does share common investors with OPPO. One of those investors is OPPO Electronic. OPPO Electronic is an investment company and is not the same as OPPO Mobile. OnePlus is also in talks with other investors.

As it stands, OPPO Electronic is an investor of OnePlus, and is also the overseer company to OPPO Mobile. However, they are not one in the same. OPPO Mobile stands apart from OnePlus, and according to this statement, are not technically involved with one another – they only share common investors. As stated, OnePlus is actually in talks with other investors, which might put an end to this controversy once and for all.

Personally, from a consumer standpoint, who actually cares? What does it matter? The only people benefiting from OnePlus releasing a smartphone with killer specs at an awesome price are the consumers. For once, we should be happy about this news, regardless of where our money ends up going. We do realize that a few people may have felt “lied” to, but it is probably safe to assume that thanks to bad Chinese to English translations on the relationship between OnePlus’ CEO and OPPO’s investors, that was never the intended goal by the company.

Do you still want the OnePlus One or has this controversy smeared the company’s image too much for you? Let us know your thoughts down below, and whether you think OnePlus can spin this bad press around.

Via: Reddit | GizChina
Cheers Kenneth!
  • dom

    I think that this is a mute point. P personally as a consumer I just care about the quality and Price of a product not who makes it. The one is still an intriguing device to me.

  • Justin Merithew

    I personally don’t care who owns the company, as long as they stick to their core tenants of disrupting the market, which they seem to be. It’s actually a pretty intelligent idea if OPPO is behind this. It enables them to gain market share in companies where their OPPO brand products don’t sell, without turning the OPPO brand on its head in markets where it is successful.

  • itsall abiglie

    Phone is a rebadged Oppo Find 7a without rapid charging or sd card slot. Once you spend your 300-350 you will get zero support, like Oppo. The only good thing that will come from this company is the big boys will have to lower their prices. But if you can get a Nexus 5 with the same gb its not worth saving 50 bucks for this phone for the 801 processor.

  • itsall abiglie

    Oppo Electric owns Oppo Mobile and OnePlus. Do you really think Peter Lau left Oppo Mobile, and in 6 months time raised capital, and developed an entirely new phone? No. He was plucked by a parent company to build a value brand that didnt have the stigma Oppo has on the international market.

  • onepluser

    you cant buy their phone anywhere anyway lol

  • Daistaar

    OnePlus One = OPO

  • Noel

    I see what is going on here…some of the big Android OEMs who feel threatened by this young gun OEM will try to nibble at the edges and fan the flames of silly stories so as to put off some potential buyers of the OnePlus One. What i will advice the OnePlus One team is that they have done most things right to this point, but the invite system will do more harm to stunt their sales If they want to be in the biz of making money…they don’t have to stand in the way of potential buyers who at this point seem to be A LOT. It is just a matter of time b4 the big guys join in to play hardball. As an example Tmo USA lunched many innovative and disruptive moves in the US cellular market…well well the other members of the bIg four carriers have no choice than to join in and play hardball as well which benefits the consumer.

  • CasperTFG

    It’s at the top of my list pending reviews after release. That and the HTC M8 Max. As long as OnePlus’ investors keep a hands off approach I’m fine.

  • Bob G

    Because internet intelligence level.

  • Bad_Attitude

    “Personally, from a consumer standpoint, who actually cares? What does it matter? The only people benefiting from OnePlus releasing a smartphone with killer specs at an awesome price are the consumers. For once, we should be happy about this news, regardless of where our money ends up going.” That’s the stupidest damn thing I’ve seen all day! Correct me if I’m wrong but is this phone made in The People’s Republic of China? Basically a communist dictatorship. The trade deficit of the United States and Europe with China is so ridiculously one-sided why should we care if it gets worse? Thinking that the communist government can put both hands around the throat of any manufacturer and force them to do their will is I’m sure nothing that could ever happen or much less even be concerned about! Right? We all know that we can’t trust our own government with our electronic communications so why should we worry about the PRC? I’m sure all the accusations of hacking, buying and stealing of trade secrets were all just made up capitalist propaganda! I personally don’t care if they sell devices with the best specs available for unheard of low prices, I for one will never buy a computer, tablet or smartphone that is manufactured in the PRC. They can keep selling their trinkets and knock-offs. “We should be happy, regardless of where our money goes.” Unbelievable! Does anyone know what’s going on in that part of the world?

    • MyLeftNut

      “I for one will never buy a computer, tablet or smartphone that is manufactured in the PRC”

      You must have very few worldly possessions. Oh no wait that’s right your moral/ethical stance seems to stop at tech/gadgets. So you don’t care about the other products you buy that’s made in China, just “computer, tablet or smartphone” huh? So does this righteous indignation also extend to components that are manufactured in China or do you just reserve your vitriol for finished products that seem or are marketed as Chinese?

      • Bad_Attitude

        Congratulations! That’s the second stupidest damn thing I’ve seen all day! I own numerous electronic devices; Toshiba laptop, HTC One X, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2012 & 2013). So please, enlighten me, which of these items were manufactured in the PRC? Exactly which components inside these devices were manufactured in the PRC? Specifics! The qualcomm soc, the display, the battery? What components exactly? Is it possible you have an iPhone in your pocket? At least that would explain your “vitriol” at my audacity to draw the line on what I purchase from China. The way it is now it’s very dificult if not impossible to avoid purchasing goods manufactured in the People’s Republic of China. It’s one thing to buy “cheap” goods manufactured in China at Walmart and something else entirely to purchase the items I’m talking about. Do you have any concept of what the PRC has been doing politically for even just the last 10 years? Expanding their territorial claims into the South China Sea, beyond what is allowed by international law and not that their claims have anything to do with oil and gas in the South China Sea. And what’s really exciting is that they have recently launched their first aircraft carrier. What spectacular good news. I’m sure it is going to be used to promote world peace! Of course! Where is your righteous indignation on the human rights abuses that continue to this day in the PRC. You’ve never thought about it have you? Hypocrite ring any bells?

        • Montalbert_Scott

          Hypocrite does ring bells- for anyone in the US who points fingers at China. How’s your bill of rights going these days? Every single one of them has been overturned. Patriot act? heard of NDAA? How about how your politicians are only looking after 1 person?- themselves- easily bought by your corporations. Not that it’s different elsewhere but as mum always said, people in glass houses should never throw stones.

        • MyLeftNut

          lol. I am amazed by the stupidity and hypocrisy of your posts.

          “It’s one thing to buy “cheap” goods manufactured in China at Walmart and something else entirely to purchase the items I’m talking about.”

          “Where is your righteous indignation on the human rights abuses that continue to this day in the PRC”

          Well which is it? Because if you cared about human rights abuses as much as you claim to then government spying wouldn’t be where you draw the line. Hell, Chinese made products wouldn’t be where you draw the line either.

          Put your tin foil hat on because the PRC is out to get you. What is this, the Red Scare? lol. What sort of State secrets do you suppose the Chinese are going to mine off of your phone? Or are you worried about them tracking you on the internet? Or reading your text messages? Or maybe you think government officials will be running out to buy this device once it’s available? Cause’ I mean those guys sure don’t care about privacy right, so obviously they’ll just buy any random Chinese made product from any company. I supposed the US Government is a shining beacon of government done right. Trust me, you’re not that important to be worried about PRC getting their Communist hands on your info. The NSA probably aren’t even interested in the contents of your phone, let alone the Chinese government. Then again I suppose you’re fine with your own country spying on you.

          I don’t care whether or not you boycott Chinese made products, I was simply amazed by what length you would go to justify buying some products but not others. It is entirely possible to live without purchasing products made in China, if you have the income to support such a lifestyle, which your posts indicate you don’t. Again, I doubt most people care about the things you chose to buy or not, just don’t make blindly hypocritical posts attempting to call anyone out.

  • Jason Melling

    I said from the start this phone will be a massive fail and that is happening. They lied about the design, about who they are, what else are they not telling us ?

  • needa

    i want to know why they say ‘loud speakers’, ‘tuned by jbl’… and the most extensive hands on there is says the speakers blow chunks.

  • trwb

    Oppo, OnePlus, who cares. Both companies seem shady to me.

  • Sum Ting Wong

    It appears OPO lies about a lot of things. I would buy their cheap overhyped Chinese crap if you paid me.

    It’s like saying Google did not really own Motorola.

  • grayson360

    Soooooo why was this is an issue in the first place? Its a cheap phone with pretty remarkable specs, the build quality is apparently great, and it runs Cyanogenmod. How perfect can it get??? Oh right, a good amount of replaceable backs. Yea I’m ok with this phone.

    • [A]dri[A]n

      Because people need to complain about irrelevant things, duh :P

      • grayson360

        Well damn :P. I guess I’ll continue to not like people haha. Jk :)

  • Asmodai

    OPPO Electronic is the ONLY investor in OnePlus and it also owns OPPO Mobile. Saying they are not related and just have the same investors is like saying Bethesda Game Studios is not related to ZeniMax Online Studios, they just have “common investors” in ZeniMax Media. So Elder Scrolls Online (ZeniMax Online Studios) has NOTHING to do with Elder Scrolls: Skyrim (Bethesda Game Studios). I’m not sure why it matters either way but clearly both companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of the same holding company which to the average joe on the street means for all intents and purposes they are the same company.

  • Gunther

    So you are telling me that OPPP owns a company who’s first phone phone is called the One Plus One, or OPO…didn’t see that coming. Not surprising, given that its China, even less surprising is how closely tied both companies are to the Chinese Communist Party, and their intelligence services. You can’t make a start-up without belonging to the ruling party machinery. It’s just how it works.

  • Fresh360

    So its basically a Google / Google Ventures thing…Google Ventures invests in all kinds of companies but those investments do make the company bound to be affiliated with Google proper… I get it, but u know it’s an issue because The Internet…

  • napes22

    By the time this is released to all consumers, it’ll be overshadowed by other upcoming phones. June is a long way to wait for a phone that was recently released.

  • LOWFLYER777

    Who the f* cares? Why are ppl crying? $299 off contract for a phone that effectively competes with phones costing 2 and 3 times as much! We’re putting up red tape here over some details lost in translation when we’re the ones that benefit from a company not padding their coffers with our hard earned cash… I ready it costs Samsung around $250 to make an S5 and they retail for around $700…Hats off to One +

    • BillySuede

      three words: haters gonna hate.

      • jake

        and lier gonna lie……

  • Tony Byatt

    How about address their questionable sweepstakes…

    • joseph barrientos

      whats questionable about it? I hope I win

  • flosserelli

    Everyone raising hell about “being lied to” about the corporate ownership, the phone’s size and whatnot are just butthurt because they probably won’t get one on launch day.

  • Dominick White

    I still want one and will be getting this one as soon as I can

  • T_Dizzle

    Is this a giveaway because I really want this phone? j/k The false, self righteous, outrage that people have with One Plus makes me glad I don’t know any of them in person.

  • http://www.multicorechina.com/ Multicorechina.com

    One Plus One = O P O

    • OppoPlusCompany_OnpoOne_plus

      OPPO: One Plus Plus One.
      OPPO: One Plus +1.

      • http://about.me/jovanphilip Van

        Half Life 3 confirmed

    • JetRanger

      Mind blown…

  • Colton

    OnePlus One
    =OnePlusOne
    =OPO
    ~OPPO

    OnePlus owned by Oppo confirmed.

    • Arthur Dent

      Now find some way to tie it to HL3 and you win.

      • grumpyfuzz

        Easy.
        OnePlusOne = OPO
        OPO=3 letters
        Half life 3 confirmed.

  • Ant

    Im gonna see how many downvotes i can get with this statement: Nobody is holding their breath for a moto x with 24gb of ram.

    • Jeff

      Okay?

    • Arthur Dent

      Since you are trolling for downvotes, I refuse to give you one. Instead, I give you a hearty: “Cool story, bro”

      • 213ninja

        hearty as hell

    • joseph barrientos

      upvote for you sir :D

  • Matthew DiGiacomo

    Tim you are missing the point – they blatantly LIED about it to their consumers and didn’t fess up about it until these documents were discovered.

    Dishonest company doesn’t fly in my book, especially as a start-up who is trying to win people over.

    • The Narrator

      Lied about screen size…ohhhh call the secret service!

      • Matthew DiGiacomo

        Sigh. Did you even read my comment? I’m not talking about the screen size at all. I’m talking about ownership of the company and who it’s investors are.

    • Ian

      Were you really going to buy the phone simply because it was a startup? And now that you’ve found out its less of a startup than initially thought you’re backing out? I’d question your motives all along.

      • Matthew DiGiacomo

        Again sigh. It’s the integrity of the company I’m calling into question. You all are missing the point.

        • Ian

          Verizon has probably the least amount of integrity of any company most of us deal with and yet we keep coming back because they offer an unmatched product quality.

          How am I doin’?

          I’m saying: Let the phone speak for itself, if I want to buy from only entirely honest companies, there will be no options.

          • Matthew DiGiacomo

            Sucks for you. I left them for T-Mobile because of how they treated me. How’s that?

        • flosserelli

          I think people are making a mountain out of a mole hill. But if it means less people standing in line to buy their product, then that means I will get my device even sooner.

        • joseph barrientos

          no, we get it, you don’t like the company for being “dishonest”, we simply weighed the amount of dishonesty, and we dont care.

    • Michael Gillenwalters

      Honestly, I could care less about if they did or they didn’t lie. I don’t even care if they put on the box that the phone can make puppies fly. Until it’s relevant to me, it doesn’t matter… to me. For all I care, it has great specs and a very obnoxious marketing campaign.

      • Matthew DiGiacomo

        So…what exactly is your point? lol

        • Michael Gillenwalters

          I’m not into flying puppies.

    • dizel123

      Please tell me you’re not naive enough to think there is such a thing as an honest company.

      • Matthew DiGiacomo

        Not at all, never said that.

        • dizel123

          Then why does it matter that they lied? I’m not saying its ok to lie, but it should be expected and there really shouldn’t be this much of an issue over it.

    • Orlando R Santos

      I want to know what manufacturer you buy your stuff from that you ACTUALLY trust…they all lie. They’re like politicians except they want your money and not your vote

  • epps720

    Exactly who really cares, I’m mad that this phone is a phablet

    • Jeff

      I’m not MAD that it’s a very large phone, but I am disappointed.

      • epps720

        Yeah, mad may be a little harsh but this could have potentially been my next phone but especially when they said a 5.5″ display in a 5″ body.

    • Arthur Dent

      But, but … it’s a 5.5″ screen in a 5″ phone! LOL

  • Ant

    Run the OnePlus One poll again and see if the same amount of people will buy it lol.

  • Ant

    This story is not a game changer for me….the specs are why im buying the phone, not the company’s origins.

  • Pedro Majano

    It amazes me how people follow what the media and politics say, You are letting them think and decide for you.

    • dizel123

      Welcome to Android-the people who claim to be different than iSheep but are pretty much exactly the same, just with a different OS.

      • Pedro Majano

        I know, but this is the FANdroid people talking, real Android users know what they want. period.

        • joseph barrientos

          i just want a high quality android device. nothing more, nothing less

  • Caveman

    Did they receive a subsidy from the Chinese government or are they a wholly owned subsidiary of OPPO.

  • Craig P

    From this to phone smashing, One Plus just comes off as a shady company to me.

    • Ryan Gullett

      kinda dumb? Probably. I don’t think it should make them seem shady.

      • 213ninja

        i like how you could only submit vidz smashing s3 level phones or above…that’s like an audi dealer giving away a free car if you submit a video smashing up your bimmer. maybe they’re considering pursuit of rights to the content for marketing purposes…

        • Jeff

          What would the point be of people getting new phones if they smash up extremely old phones that there is almost no chance they’ve used in a long time?

          • 213ninja

            i have no idea what you just said but i’m pretty sure i know what you meant and i don’t think it applies to my statement, i wasn’t knocking them for it, just analogizing…

        • Ryan Gullett

          I wanted to read your post, but I noticed you used the word “vidz”. Then I stopped reading.

          • 213ninja

            it’s okay the dude below hated it so apparently it wasn’t very good anyway…

    • The Narrator

      You’re shady

      • Arthur Dent

        Comeback of the year contender!

      • Michael Gillenwalters

        Now will the real Slim Shady please stand up.

        • JoshGroff

          I guess there’s a little Slim Shady in all of us, let’s all stand up.

    • michael arazan

      It sounds more like how Motorola was an individual company run on it’s own, even though it was owned by Google, and how Google “let” the company flourish on it’s own, and added executives from Google to run it. That’s the way he explained.

      Possibly the guy could of started up this company with OPPO funding him and putting good faith in his business management and plans and basically could just sit back as a silent partner being nothing more than a money-man.

  • 213ninja

    for some reason i can’t help but look at this phone like i would a website selling Jordan’s for $75 instead of $175….hopefully i’m completely wrong.

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      LOL

    • The Narrator

      Ridiculous statement. That s like looking at Google because they sell their phones cheap.

      • 213ninja

        not at all. no it isn’t.

        • George264

          Hate to continue using Jordans as an example, but if you find Jordans on a Nike’s website for 75$, it is guaranteed to be genuine. If you find it on sweetkicksswag.net for 75$, you kind of doubt it.

      • Daistaar

        Think he’s saying he’s skeptical not enthusiastic.

  • http://www.getintonursing.com/ Jon

    I think it’s a good thing. Oppo makes great hardware that’s been tried and tested. My biggest fear about 1+ was no history of quality to judge. Now everyone can know these phones will be likely solidly built just like OPPO.

  • Chris King

    I never wanted the phone. To much chance. This phone is to cheap so where did they cut corners. Is the battery going to crap out after a few months. Is the screen going to just up and quit,is nothing going to happen and this will be a great phone. I hope everything goes smoothly then I would consider the one plus two

    • sc0rch3d

      As far as price is concerned, Android Authority made a good comment

      “OnePlus doesn’t have a single commercial on television, nor any printed ads, not even banners on the websites that we enthusiasts frequent. Yet most self-respecting Android fans have probably been familiar with the One for months!”

      Marketing comes at a HIGH HIGH cost, rivaling or costing more than the R&D teams. We know that most phones in this category, parts-wise, cost around 200-250 USD. A small company, with low overhead…doesn’t need much cashflow to succeed.

      • Chris King

        I hope that’s right. But its touting the latest and greatest which doesn’t come cheap.you need to make some money to stay in business

        • Ryan Gullett

          That’s where OPPO comes in.

  • eee

    Nice try Tim. People do care about these kinds of things.

    Oh and investors have a lot of control. Do you really think people just give their money away to get no say and to cash out with little profit?

    It is as if you think lobbyists only affect congress.

    • BK

      I agree. If the company is intentionally misleading consumers about its origins and governance, it matters.

      • tanknspank

        Nice job replying to yourself?

        EDIT: Guess he changed the name on the second comment or Disqus had a slip up. Totally said eee replied to eee.

        • BK

          Yes, because two different people could never share this opinion. Great sleuthing, tanknspank.

          • 213ninja

            they can, but that wasn’t the funny part ;)

        • 213ninja

          busted!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        • BK

          Ah, it looks like technical difficulties must be at play. Sorry for the snarky response. I replied to eee originally and never saw anything otherwise. Sounds like it appeared incorrectly for others. For the record, I’m not eee nor do I have any clue who she or he is.

      • http://www.droid-life.com/ Tim-o-tato

        You are then assuming it was their intention to mislead consumers. I don’t think they were proactively trying to do that.

        • BK

          No, what I said was “if” they are intentionally misleading consumers, it matters. Actually I think it matters either way, but the intention does make a difference. Both situations imply an inexperience at the helm of the company which does not bode well for people considering the product.

        • eee

          But they (CN) do all the time.

          Also from your reddit link…

          //

          Heh..Do they think people are retarded or something?

          One of those investors is OPPO Electronic. OPPO Electronic is an
          investment company and is not the same as OPPO Mobile. OnePlus is also
          in talks with other investors.”

          OPPO Electronic is a subsidiary of BBK Electronics.

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBK_Electronics

          BBK Electronics also owns OPPO MOBILE http://cahr.changan.gov.cn/publicfiles/business/htmlfiles/gjhycs/s33353/201206/514125.htm

          …Guangdong OPPO Mobile Communication Technology Co., Ltd
          specializes in research and development, production and sale of smart
          mobile phone, digital player including OPPO mobile phone….

          //

          So uh, yea they did mislead the consumer on purpose. Maybe you guys like the propaganda but most do not.

          Oh and the people saying BK is me are wrong. I am not BK, whoever he is.

          • 213ninja

            WHAAATTTTT???????????????????? My brain just exploded….

      • 213ninja

        ^^fail

        • BK

          Thank you for that enlightened piece of commentary. Why not try adding some actual content to the discussion?

          • 213ninja

            did you not just reply to yourself as yourself? because if so, i’m pretty sure i did…

          • 213ninja

            for a few mins they both said ‘eee’ so it looked like ‘eee’ was agreeing with himself, which would clearly have been an epic fail. if you aren’t ‘eee’, i’m officially redacting…lol.

          • BK

            Got it. No worries – I would have called that out too! Never appeared that way for me so I was confused about what the hell was going on.

          • eee

            Maybe that means we are one Mr. BK.

            Destined to comment to each other for all of eternity.

          • BK

            It would be an honor, good sir.

          • 213ninja

            well now both of your posts just say BK so either Disqus is officially broken or one of you has hacked the other, or, you are on in the same.

          • BK

            Ha! Would it be offensive to insert a schizophrenia joke here?

          • eee

            What if I was you, and you were me… I always thought I was a little crazy.

          • tanknspank

            Haha Disqus just must be messing up with accounts that aren’t signed in.

          • 213ninja

            thank you for screenshotting that…

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    “Personally, from a consumer standpoint, who actually cares? What does it matter? The only people benefiting from OnePlus releasing a smartphone with killer specs at an awesome price are the consumers”

    That’s pretty much the end point there……..I actually assumed they were a part of Oppo…could have sworn I read The OnePlusOne hardware is made by Oppo… I mean though who really cares? Just give a way to buy the damn phone.

    • Dominick White

      I was thinking the same… They need to release the dawn thing already

  • Manny H

    This phone is in everyone’s best interest regardless of the phone you sport.

  • Ben Murphy

    I’ll pass. No microsd, no wireless charging, etc, etc… looks like they settled.

    • JRomeo

      with the 64gb version to cost the same as the Nexus 16gb version, you really can’t go wrong for such a high-end device. wireless charging is literally the only other beneficial thing missing.

      • rawr

        A respectable company that will support their product is missing as well.

        I trust Eric Schmidt. I do not trust President Xi Jinping.

        • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

          You trust Larry Paige.

          • rawr

            No, Larry went to Stanford, can’t trust Stanford grads.

          • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

            lol why not?

        • JRomeo

          the company claims to fully support this device……. However, I understand the jury is still out on that…. only time will tell I suppose… However, if their reputation becomes great, then I forsee this being a great company… Possibly even replacing the Nexus in popularity (especially since they are both high-end, for low prices)

          • JoshGroff

            It’s cyanogenmod supporting the device with software, and they have proven to be more than reliable in the past.

    • Ian

      $299 Bro, had to draw the line somewhere.

  • T4rd

    I don’t care, I just want to know about its availability. I have a feeling it’s going to be like the Nexus 4 fiasco and you’ll only be able to get them on eBay for $1000+.

    • T_Dizzle

      I hope not, this phone is too important.

  • eric

    Fck china

    • Tyrone Biggums

      ‘Murica!

    • The Narrator

      Yeah, your TV is probably made there.