The OnePlus One phone will be made available for general purchase in June, the company has announced.
In a post on its official forum, OnePlus announced it is to ramp up its production of the handset, which hoovered-up coverage on tech sites last week, because it has been even more popular than it anticipated.
The company is currently doling out 100 handsets to people who are willing to smash up their current phone. Later this month, it'll make available a bulk of 16GB white models for those lucky enough to have an invite to buy.
Then in June, a batch of 64GB black handsets will go on sale. Later in June, both devices should be more widely available.
You will still need an invitation to get one though, so don't expect to see the One front and centre on a counter in your local Carphone Warehouse.
The OnePlus One was announced last week. It boasts some killer specs – 5.5-inch 1080p screen, 3GB RAM, 13-megapixel camera – yet at £229 for the 16GB model, it's cheaper than the Nexus 5.
Which is a good job, seeing as Google might be about to can its wallet-friendly Nexus line-up.
The One will also come with a range of cases, including bamboo, wood, Kevlar, and even denim.
It runs Cyanogenmod, which is based on Android, but is more open to being tinkered with.