Something hits you when you land in Shenzhen. The southern Chinese metropolis is a monster with about 15 million inhabitants. Home of many tech giants, it is considered the Mecca of technology in Asia. OnePlus chose this busy city for their headquarters, but their establishment looks nothing like your typical Shenzhen startup.
Those familiar with the OnePlus One (or any OnePlus products) will feel right at home with the aesthetics of the company’s offices. It’s spacious, clean, simple, fun and welcoming, with a very unique and diverse crowd. This is the same team that would create one of the most important smartphones of 2014, and they tell us there’s ample room to fit more people here.
OnePlus is definitely planning to expand. The company arrived at these offices with about a 100 employees, a number that has been growing along with the demand for their OnePlus One. If OnePlus can follow this road in the coming years, we can assure these offices will soon be packed, creating the heartbeat for a stream of OnePlus devices across the world.
OnePlus has had its challenges, though, and that is something they haven’t been shy about. In the video we are told OnePlus definitely didn’t expect to be welcomed with such demand. OnePlus’ invite system has helped. OnePlus’ plan is to take things slow so they are able to keep their users satisfied and handle their already high demand.