OnePlus has been suspended to sell any products in India after Micromax filed an order against them for releasing devices running CyanogenMod OS after the partnership was sealed.
Responding appropriately, OnePlus is currently working on their very own Android version to replace the Color OS, and to ultimately move away from CyanogenMod OS. They plan on implementing an OS that is highly customizable, bloat free, and close to stock version.
…rooting and installing custom ROMs are allowed without consequence of losing warranty
OnePlus aims to provide users with a good experience when it comes to their devices, which is why rooting and installing custom ROMs are allowed without consequence of losing warranty.
The developing OS has yet to be named, and the company is giving their client base the opportunity to be heard. They are doing this through a ROM naming contest currently going on at the OnePlus website.
The finalists will be granted the brand new OnePlus power bank, which was launched as a celebration of the company’s first anniversary.
Finally, the grand prize winner will receive the coveted OnePlus One unit, in Sandstone Black with 64GB memory, and will be able to take it to the OnePlus HQ over at Hong Kong, airfare sponsored.