The China based smartphone manufacturer OnePlus is now on its way to develop a ROM of its own which will be based on Android 5.0 Lollipop. This ROM which is going to be developed by OnePlus is for its smartphone OnePlus One that was released in June 2014. To overcome the controversy about the Cyanogen licensing in India it has been officially announced by the company that an early build will be provided for its customers through whom the Cyanogen OS will be replaced from their devices. Furthermore, on its forums, the Smartphone Company OnePlus, has released from the ROM an alpha build which is ready for download and flash right at the moment.
While the China based Smartphone Company has almost developed the Android 5.0 Lollipop ROM, many other people are seen commenting of its being much similar to the stock android lollipop which is used on Nexus devices while the dissimilarities can be found on its ability of having physical or onscreen navigation buttons. However, the lollipop ROM is available along with all of its instructions of how to install and use it.
Besides all these, there are also claims arising about the presence of bugs in this alpha build out of which several are already been listen on its forum and others will be seen while using it.