We know you trust us to keep you informed of the hot new trends, dear readers. You also trust us to provide you with a fast, easy-to-use, secure way to view your files on the go. Could it be possible we’ve found an opportunity to do both, simultaneously? You’re darn right, we did. Introducing Contentverse on the OnePlus One.
In December of 2013, two events took place within a fortnight of one another: CyanogenMod released their 11.0 build, and Pete Lau founded a small development company in Shenzhen, China. Although CyanogenMod’s open source firmware began as an Android clone, nightly updates and a dedication to quality have transformed it into a frontrunner for alternative mobicyle operating systems. Pete Lau seized the opportunity to match this great product with the very best in hardware and thus, OnePlus was born.
The OnePlus One is the company’s “Flagship Killer,” a phone with enough high-end specs to put the competition to shame. Tech enthusiasts are lauding every facet of this gadget, from the 1080p HD display to the Qualcomm© Snapdragon 801 processor. Even the casing has an unexpected texture to it. What really sets it apart, however, is the OS. CyanogenMod works exceptionally well across the board, especially for Contentverse users.
If you’re already used to your Android companion, don’t sweat it! CyanogenMod comes from the very same structural and aesthetic principles. Everything is exactly where it should be, intuitively laid out within the phone’s internal environment. Say you want to use your Sendable app to convert a photo to PDF. The One comes preloaded with the Google Play Store, so you can still get your hands on all the software you love.
If you’re looking to manage your documents from afar, the Contentverse Web Access feature syncs perfectly with the Google Chrome app (as well as other mobile browsers), just as if you were using an Android phone. The One’s processor is fast enough that you can not only access your documents instantaneously from anywhere, you can also multi-task with ease. The 3 GB RAM and CPU overclocking keep your phone cool and coordinated. No overheating. No crashing. Just business.
The OnePlus One has the capability to work with 2G, 3G, and 4G networks, connecting you to your information any way you need it. Without the bloatware and spyware that pad the walls of many phones released today, your content will remain safe from intrusion or alteration. The One is available on AT&T and T-Mobile without a contract to keep you from going where you want and doing what you love.
Ringing up at just a hair under $300, few other phones on the market can boast this amount of power and flexibility at such low cost. That’s not the end of it either: like Computhink, CyanogenMod and OnePlus are working tirelessly to improve their products, so you can expect a return on your investment the longer you stick around to watch the magic unfold. Why wait for the big guys to heat the future up over a fire when your friendly neighborhood startups are cooking with lightning over here?
Sometimes one plus one doesn’t equal two. Sometimes it equals infinity. And, with Contentverse Web Access, you’ve got an infinite universe of opportunity at your fingertips.
About the Author:
|Steve Harnden is the Director of Marketing with Computhink. He’s been solely dedicated to Enterprise Content Management space for over six years, and is passionate about lean, document management software marketing. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on LinkedIn.|
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