Kudos to One Plus for making the One Plus 2 Home Button a capasitive touch button instead of a physical, pressable home button while having a FingerPrint reader (samsung, are you listening?). Another kudos for USB Type C ( again, samsung...?). I have a Note 3 and i hate the pressable home button. But i love it because of Super AMOLED and the S-Pen. The two features that every phone and tablet should have.
I wonder what makes anyone think that having two sim cards in one phone means that the phone is cheap....
AnonD-422516, 28 Jul 2015Each US State has it's own Sales tax to add on to anything you purchase. Any US prices are not... moreAnd we, in Europe, have to pay 20-25% tax which is a lot more than ppl in US.
So, this is not fair at all. So I'm not going to support OnePlus cause this is bullcrap!
What a load of crap,
Tons of high end phones have dual SIM variations, it has nothing to do with build quality.
It's like saying that round home button is a sign of a cheap phone.
AnonD-368373, 29 Jul 2015two sim cards is pissing me off.....as two sims are a sign of cheap phone.I kinda of agree with that. Single sim would have been much better.
2 sim card doesnt means d phone is cheap...its indeed a great choice as u have choice to use both d sim..I like it..All d best one plus 2..u gonna hit d market v hard..nice way to start..:)
two sim cards is pissing me off.....as two sims are a sign of cheap phone.
Nimz, 28 Jul 2015Hey guys.. i have used OnePlus One for 2 months and at the moment using a Samsung Galaxy Note ... moreWell i have been using my 1+1 for like 7 months now and it has never failed on me once so that's still a good phone, before the 1+2 launch event i was really excited and wanted to get the 1+2 but after seeing all the specs and stuff i might wait and go for sth else instead. Well the new Moto X just launched and it has a pretty crazy specs. In my opinion i would probably go for the moto x instead of the oneplus 2. Well you said you have a note edge right? to be honest the note edge has a pretty good specs too. it has a better screen ppi than the oneplus 2, micro sd, and well you own one so u know better than me. If i were you i would probably stay with the note edge.
Nimz, 28 Jul 2015Hey guys.. i have used OnePlus One for 2 months and at the moment using a Samsung Galaxy Note ... moreSpecs are really good comparing the price. But don't know about comparing it with Note Edge.
Hey guys.. i have used OnePlus One for 2 months and at the moment using a Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. I feel like changing to the OnePlus 2. i am looking for advice from fellow Gsmarena people.. kindly advice me on the same.
Very reasonable pricing, especially here in the states. I've had friends with the original OnePlus One and they loved it, but I think dropping Cyanogen might cut into their sales, I personally enjoy stock Lollipop, minus the bloatware. I think the lack of MicroSD support again, and no OIS on the camera will hurt them as well. Apart from those few points, this is still a very solid device. And given it's low price tag, it's without a doubt the best value in terms of what you get out of the box.
Some people forget that the price will be effected by how the foreign currency exchanges against the currency that the company is registered in... The US price may not match up with the UK price for example but that is not the comparison that should be made. It'll be the US price by comparison to the exchange rate to OnePlus' preferred currency, the US price compared to the... etc. etc.