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OnePlus 2 reservation list already open

by Brandon Russell | July 25, 2015July 25, 2015 10:55 am PDT

Looking to buy the OnePlus 2? You better get in line.

OnePlus on Saturday opened up invites for its upcoming flagship, allowing people to enter a queue (that’s getting quite long) before the handset officially gets unveiled on Monday. But don’t worry, OnePlus says it’s making 30- to 50-percent more handsets compared to last year in anticipation of demand, so in theory you shouldn’t have too wait long.

At this moment, there are over 30,000 people ahead of you, so you better get a move on it. Because OnePlus will have so much inventory this year, that 30k should seemingly go quick, but you never know what kind of manufacturing issues will arise over the coming weeks. OnePlus found it difficult to keep up with demand last year, and it appears people are even more excited for what’s to come.

The OnePlus 2 will get a formal VR announcement on Monday—you can already download the app that will stream the event.

If you don’t hop on the invite list, folks who buy the device should get golden tickets to bump their friends and family to the front of the line. Either way, you should have ample opportunity to pick the device up.

We pretty much know all there is to know about the device at this point. But we’ll learn all the final details, including price, on Monday.

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Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell enjoys writing about technology and entertainment. When he's not watching Back to the Future, you can find him on a hike or watching...

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