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Cyanogen branding disappears from OnePlus One

OnePlus one no longer ships with Cyanogen branding on its back cover. The Chinese manufacturer quietly dropped the logo of the ROM developer from its flagship killer.

When announced a year ago, the OnePlus One proudly sported a Cyanogen stamp on its back. However, due to the tiff between the ambitious startups in India, their relationship appears to have changed.

OnePlus will unveil its custom Android ROM dubbed Oxygen on February 12. The Android 5.0 build will be “open, customizable, and free of bloat and unnecessary features.”

Cyanogen Inc. on the other hand, has bold plans about taking Android away from Google. A recent report in The Wall Street Journal points suggests that Microsoft will become a minority investor in the company.

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