It’s no secret that CyanogenMod has been quietly working on a modified version of the company’s Android fork to power the OnePlus One, but the aesthetics of the software have thus far remained a mystery. That changed today, with the leak of several alleged screenshots captured from an unreleased One.
While the pictures aren’t very revealing, one does show a customized lockscreen, very different from the one found in the vanilla version of CyanogenMod 11. Similar to extensions like DashClock, the lockscreen shows beneath a picture (background?) information like battery life, weather, and text messages.
The feature looks to be an exclusive part of “CyanogenMod 11s,” the designation given to the One’s unique branch of CyanogenMod.
The One launches on April 23, and while OnePlus has remained mum on pricing, rumors suggest the smartphone will retail for less than $400. That’s not bad for a top-tier handset.