We have yet to see any full images of the OnePlus One completely assembled, what we have been lucky enough to come across though is bits and pieces of the device that have been leaked out over the last couple of months. None of that will matter much within a week, as OnePlus Is slated to announce and unveil their device to the world for the first time. This will of course be their very first smartphone, so many people are eager and interested in seeing what they have to offer. If you have missed some of the leaks over the past week or so, there has been some images leaked out that supposedly displayed the motherboard of the OnePlus One, as well as the one we saw yesterday that tentatively was a screenshot of the OnePlus One homescreen. If the homescreen was indeed from the OnePlus One, then we got a clear picture of what the Cyanogenmod 11S UI looks like compared to regular Cyanogenmod.
Today we have an image from evleaks that shows not only a more clear picture of the motherboard-which you can visibly see the One+ logo on and barely make out the stamp that says developed by OnePlus-but what also seems to be the display panel from the phone, which may or may not be right side up. According to the images we saw previously which was a silhouette of the phone render(just the shape), the top edge looks more flat where the seemingly top edge we see here is more curved, matching the renders bottom edge.
We also get a good look at the backside of the panel, which doesn't really give much detail or give anything away at all for that matter. We can also see what looks like the camera sensor disassembled from it all. At this point in time, we're ready to say enough with the teasers and bring on the phone itself. We want to see this presumably beautifully crafted work of art in all its glory. Do we really have to wait until April 23rd? Unfortunately, it looks like we might have to but that is close enough. We've waited this long, what's another week?