Since the OnePlus One handset was sold out in less than one minute, it was to be expected that people would start selling their units on eBay. Since the device is scarce and the next wave of units comes on June 4th, some may think that this is the best solution to get one. Well, it’s not…

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First of all the prices are about twice as big as the regular ones and then the devices shown in the screenshot above don’t even have some hands on pictures from the users attached. It’s common sense to integrate some pictures with the real gadget once you sell stuff on eBay. All we see here are renders, so I advise you to be cautious if you want to buy the products. I can see that the 64 GB model is more widespread than the 16 GB one and that the phone is shown in black and white.

One of the devices even got 7 bids already and it got up to $750. I guess that’s one reason to deplete the initial stocks of the OnePlus One: selling the handsets later for profit. I’m also guessing that people tried to get multiple units on May 28th when they went on sale, in order to sell them overpriced later. That’s why some device makers place a limit on how many units an user can buy…

Via eBay

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