OnePlus is constantly hyping its upcoming phone, the One, with reveals of specs and such. One of the device’s more interesting features is that ir runs CyanogenMod instead of stock Android. We haven’t seen much of what the software looks like, but today the folks over at Engadget have managed to get their hands on a couple of leaked screenshots from the OnePlus One that show what this phone’s CyanogenMod OS looks like.
The software is called CyanogenMod 11S, with the S suggesting that OnePlus will make some modifications. We can see some of those tweaks on the lock screen, which is very different from the standard CyanogenMod lock screen. There’s also a screenshot of the About Phone page, but it doesn’t much except that the phone is running Android 4.4.2 and is named the One. After getting this glimpse at the UI, we’re excited to see what the rest of it looks like when the OnePlus One is revealed on April 23.
Are you excited for the OnePlus One?