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View Poll Results: Replace N5 with OnePlus One?
Yeah, I'm buying it! 47 9.83%
No, sticking with the N5 305 63.81%
Maybe. Might buy it and compare with my N5. 126 26.36%
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Update 3 (May 9, 2014): There are a few commonly asked questions regarding the invite system that I can help clear up:

How do I get an invite?
The main method of getting invites will be through others. In the beginning, when not a lot of other people have the device, you'll be able to get invites through contest and raffles. We have planned ways so our early fans, as well as people who weren't here from the beginning will be able to obtain invites.

When do the next batch of invites roll out?
The first real batch of invites roll out late May, and will be of the 64GB Sandstone Black version. Any invites that you might have been promised before this, will be sent during this time.

How long are invites valid for?
For invites that you receive, they are typically valid for 24 hours. If they expire, they get returned to sender so someone else can get a chance to buy it. Alternatively, you can ask for the sender to resend it to you. For invites that you can give away, they are usually valid for longer, usually 1-2 weeks.

How many invites can I give away?
This varies. In the beginning, the quantities will be smaller, but increased as time goes by. You will frequently receive new invites to give away as production ramps up.

When do I receive invites to give away?
You do not automatically receive invites when you purchase a phone. We will need to manually roll them out according to our operations situation.
So basically, you'll be able to get your hands on one when it won't be the hottest thing on the market anymore
 
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I think the majority of N5's were manufacturer in Korea though. Hence the K in the serial numbers.

Not that it really matters. The country of origin doesn't determine the build quality or attention to detail.
It did for the galaxy s4 line. The phones produced in China were breaking the screens in the pocket. None were reported to be broken in the Korea line up. Along with the other issues.

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It did for the galaxy s4 line. The phones produced in China were breaking the screens in the pocket. None were reported to be broken in the Korea line up. Along with the other issues.

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Yeah Samsung has awesome quality overall when producing in Korea. LG is good quality too when it comes out of their Korean factories not the Chinese ones. A lot of people don't like LG cause their Nexus 5 came with issues and that's perfectly fine.

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