Rumors about oneplus two have already starting and tech savvy ones will most probably wait until its official launching. They'll get the brand new successor OR get the old stock with considerably lower price. As for me, I'll stick with my note 3 until LTE coverage and speed get better here in Indonesia huehuehue
nevertheless, I really appreciate oneplus' move to expand in Indonesia. The likes of good quality Chinese brand hopefully will make the competition among the players better so that finally customers get the most of it in terms of technology and price of course.
If you wait for ASUS, then you dont know the power of ONEPLUS. It is rocking phone for the price tag.
I doesn't surprised with this,because my country have somewhat long certification process and most of consumer have "Brain Washed" by big brand (like Samsung,Apple,Sony,etc)
the first official android phone in indonesia with 64gb internals. not quite sure about the pricing, but still, just above USD 350 for a 5.5" with SD801 SoC n 3GB RAM is quite a good bargain. for comparison, 32gb version of LG G3 is priced at USD 600.
if the devices sold are the ones with no hardware faulties.. this could be interesting.
let's see where xiaomi would place its Mi4, Mi5, or Mi Note series in Indonesia
Finally, after it ages and everyone seems to forget that this beast is exist it arrived at Indonesia at last.
sooooooo, does anyone really wants to buy such an old phone?
I like the new Moto X than this.
The OnePlus One is available on Lazada PH for a long time. They even have the JBL Edition
All it's accessories? Including the 20 back covers that were announced half a year ago?