OnePlus has been rolling out bits and pieces in regards to the One smartphone. We have yet to see an official image of the handset, however the specs are adding up. We've recently heard a bit about the display size, overall size and the battery. Now we are hearing about a feature many have come to love on the Moto X -- voice wake up.
This latest bit was shared on the official OnePlus One user forum and came in the form of a question. OnePlus asked whether you would like to wake your phone by saying OK, OnePlus; Wake up, OnePlus; or Alakazam. Obviously these voice commands could change, or even be up for some customizations, but more important here were the rest of the details.
OnePlus went on to talk about how "pins and fingerprints are a thing of the past." To further make sure there isn't any confusion with this feature, they had this to say;
We've developed a new voice recognition/command feature based on Qualcomm's technology which the Cyanogen team has implemented into our customized version of CyanogenMod OS. Now, you can train your OnePlus One to recognize your voice and perform different tasks even when the phone is locked!
Otherwise, looking back to those earlier reveals and we saw mention of a 5.5-inch display and 3100 mAh battery. In terms of the size of the OnePlus One, that was described as being able to fit under a 5-inch Xperia Z1 smartphone. And as the comment from OnePlus mentioned, the handset will be running CyanogenMod and powered by Qualcomm.