Anonymous, 30 Jul 2015Cheap copy of S5 :)What does a 2014 phone have to do with the 2016 flagship killer?
pakaya, 29 Jul 2015If you used it before, you will never tell like that.I've seen enough One Plus One, tell you how it was like.
1- Terrible screen quality and bad brightness levels, useless outside.
2- Poor battery life and can't be replaced.
3- Horrible sound quality, low and noisy, affordable for headphone but speakers...
4- Not fast as S5, very less options against s5 a bit better hardware than S4 but not S5.
5- When phone is warmed up touch screen works not good anymore.
6- Wifi speed is not average...
Yeah dude, it wasn't mirracle phone.
If you use S5 you would understand what I mean.
No MHL needed with USB-C - you should be able to get a DisplayPort adapter as USB-C architecture is basically DisplayPort 1.1.
No Removable Battery
No QHD Screen
Low MP Camera
Expensive for Average Specs
Requires waiting ages for an invite
Calls itself a 'Flagship' killer, but doesn't have any premium features flagships have.
Only 16GB or 64GB sizes
Still costs 400 euros for the 64GB version (same price as a premium phone).
Definitely NOT a flagship killer. For 125 euros more I can get a LG G4 with so many extra features. 32GB size, incredibly good camera, NFC, crisp QHD screen, removable battery and no need for an invite. Even the Moto X Style (ugly though) is better than this phone and around the same price.
Even the 'Elephone' has better specs than this. I'm really disappointed. OnePlus did a great job with the OnePlus One. It was definitely an awesome flagship killer. But this phone isn't good enough in mid-2015 and it is definitely not a "2016 Flagship Killer" like they say on their website. Not even close.
I feel pretty sorry for anyone who gets this because of the hype. The specs are really disappointing. Also the way they are giving away invites is ridiculous, they ask too much of their fans to try and get an invite for this less-than-mediocre phone.
the oneplus 2 has snapdragon 810 processor, which on its official site is shown to be a 2.5GHz processor while on Oneplus's official site its shown that the mobile has a 1.8GHz snapdragon 810 processor. How can this be possible??
didnt like the idea 16 gb with 3gb ram.. i dont need 64 gb but dont want to compromise ram.. i will stay with the oneplus one..
kevinpicasso11, 29 Jul 2015Pros- Price usb c (but the OP has nothing to take advantage of it. More like a gimmick) &... moreit'll get cyanogenmod like all other popular phones, but won't get cyanogen OS.
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2015They removed the fast charging because Oneplus 2 is using USB Type-C now. The new usb itself a... moreYou're misinformed. Although it looks like USB Type-C from the outside, it still uses USB 2.0 instead of 3.1 like the regular USB-C.