Anonymous, 18 Jan 2015>yellow screen >exploding batteries >dead pixels >selling refurbished phones as... moreBro mine is da bomb. All those things you mentioned oneplus solved with customers and denied some others. They even issued an open letter to the community. For 300€??? Name one that is close to Da Bomb. ;)
I have two of these in the household and love them, best phones for the money ever.
Kronkus, 18 Jan 2015Those are líes. Mine was new, good battery, no yellow screen and is super fast. The onl... moremine was refurbished and with yellow screen.company refused to change it and lie that yellow screen is normal.you want me to show you paypal check fanboy?
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2015>yellow screen >exploding batteries >dead pixels >selling refurbished phones as... moreAre you tired yet copy-pasting the same thing in all topics that mention OPO, or do you have a script for that? Get a life already! Jeez...
Great Phone my friend just got his hand on one , I wanted this phone so bad since it was first announced , call it what you want but the whole invite system really didn't sit well with me I tried several times , no luck hopefully in 6 mnths when the One Plus 2 comes out it won't be the same system of ordering , if it changes i'll be one of the first to Buy .
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2015Will it be available worldwide? Or just for the 16 launch countries?Well. I don't think it will be sold in India
I've tot the phone for more than 2 months now and it is really worth your money.
I need to sell mine because I need to buy a Samsung cause I bought a gear S but it is the best phone I ever had.
Buy the phone, it won't dissapoint you and the upgrade is on its way
I won't have to suffer from my Samsung galaxy cheap
Those are líes. Mine was new, good battery, no yellow screen and is super fast. The only thing that I miss is the IR sensor.
>selling refurbished phones as "new"
>uninsulated digitizer cable causes touchscreen problems
>no customer support
>forum censorship instead of solving issues
biggest mistake I've made this year
You get what you pay for