Anonymous, 05 Mar 2015My OPO aka Grandfather phone works faster & smoother than most newly launch.Indeed, faster than light for sure.
Oh sorry, it is over phones right then must be faster than LG's manna lion donna or whatever ( I dont know their names ) may be even faster than Moto E 2015 version :)
Puk, 04 Mar 2015Happy to see it available in Romania. I've been interested in this phone for a long time.I have already 3 OPOs shipped in Romania via a PO Box in Germany, no big deal! Just extra 18 Euro for shipping.
If someone was interested enough, the phone could have been got pretty easy.
Other than that, I'm very pleased with it, no problems at all (I have it since aug 2014).
Of course, it should be very intesting to see if they keep the same price for all EU countries or new ones will get a higher price :))
PS: after the announcement..the site is down =))
kostac, 04 Mar 2015who cares... really.. one and a half years later..
not cutting edge anymore.. not a bargain a... moreI see you care enough to rant so you care.
now what phones sell for the same price range that offer the same performance?
with at least a 400ppi screen, 3gb ram, 64gb ram, big battery, adreno 330 snapdragon 801 and cyanogen OS?
the only competitor in the same price is the MI3
and its just as hard to get out of asia as the OPO
you obviously have an issue with OP but youre making a joke of yourself because there are many who want the opo-still.
its been shipping to malta since it came out
people would forward it from the uk
Europe is going to get screwed. Horrible support, no QA's done before selling phone. I bought few and some of them had manufacturing hw failures.
not a must have bargain anymore poor support service is a deal braker of the small company, they made the fuss but now its time to show off with oneplus 2 and keep momentum of the first one with better availability and same price if not, this company is doomed to be underdog forever
Bob, 04 Mar 2015Good luck buying those mentioned phone for 300€The G3 isn't that far off in price where I live, same goes for the Xperia Z2 (which I would prefer).
I would even go as far as saying that I would prefer the cheaper (and less powerful) 32GB model of the LG G2 over the OnePlus (but maybe that's just me, a person who values some form of proper after-sales service).
who cares... really.. one and a half years later..
not cutting edge anymore.. not a bargain anymore..
at the same price range there are better, more respected manufactures phones..
invitation policy, what a joke..
Yeah yeah, the good old ancient OnePLUSOne...
May be I can buy for my grand father...
Both of them aged enough :)