There's lots of stuff we already know about the OnePlus One. We know it's got a 5.5in IPS screen, a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM and 16- or 32GB of storage. And we know there's a 13Mp camera (5Mp at the front), a 3,100mAh battery and various connectivity features such as the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and NFC. Also see: 31 best smartphones 2014.
We also know that it has an amazing price ($299/€269 for the 16GB model) and from our OnePlus One hands-on review we know it's a pretty impressive device - and pretty big, too.
And we know it runs CyanogenMod 11s, a customised version of Android KitKat. As of this morning (8 July), we also know within three months of Google releasing its forthcoming mobile OS the OnePlus One will get Android L.
But that's pretty much all we know because, like the rest of the world, we are STILL waiting for our OnePlus One. Also see: Where is the OnePlus One phone: Storm of Invites despite fresh customs delays.
For starters, did you know the OnePlus One is supplied inside a fancy red box, along with a power adaptor, a SIM ejector tool and an inside-out USB connector? Us neither, because we STILL don't have one. Also see: OnePlus Two release date rumours: Something's happening on 22 July.
And, did you know that although the back cover doesn't appear to be removable, it clearly is? The OnePlus One's 3,100mAh lithium-polymer battery inside is not (technically) removable, however, with its cable hidden under a screwed-in panel.
Finally, something you would know only by dissecting the OnePlus One: the exact spec of what's found inside. iFixit.com found the following hardware: Samsung K3QF7F70DM-QGCF 3 GB LPDDR3 RAM; Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 likely layered beneath; Qualcomm WCD9320 Audio Codec; AGD2 2402 WX9DR (likely gyroscope); RM8941; 8407 CEH 05KTJ; B02419; P0911 3193; Toshiba THGBMBG9D8KBAIG eMMC 5.0 64 GB Onboard Storage; Skyworks SKY77629-21 Power Amplifier Module; Qualcomm WCN3680 802.11ac/FM/BT 4.0 Combo Chip; Qualcomm WTR1625L RF Transceiver; Skyworks SKY85709 WLAN Front-End Module; and a Synaptics S3508A Touchscreen Controller. Oh, and there's a water-damage indicator, so don't get any ideas if you drop your phone down the toilet.
iFixit.com awards a repairability score to all the devices it tears down, and the OnePlus One achieves five out of a possible 10 points. Although the OnePlus One uses standard screws and fairly modular components, the battery connector is trapped under a plastic panel and the LCD and digitizer glass are fuzed together and require heat to be removed from the midframe.
Follow Marie Brewis on Twitter.