i hink OP 2 is not money worthy given the features' it has .. Around that price Lenovo Vibe X3 is a much better option... hexa core Snapdragon 808, runs your game smooth and wont overheat compared to OP2 using Octa core snapdragon 810 .. X3 has a Quick Charge 2.0 , 3500 mah battery and nice front speakers that are even better than HTC Boom Speakers ,and an inbuilt DAC amplifier for audiophiles to enjoy their musics better..
This clearly indicates that Oneplus Two is not as desirable as the first. People realized that the tagline, 2016 flagship killer is just a bluff. Maybe it won't even sell unless they sell it for $200.
Anonymous, 09 Feb 2016I can live with the lack of NFC. Lack of Quick Charge is not that bad too. With 3300mAh batter... moreOnly Thing that's disturbing me are weak Speakers. But i think I can live with that.
AnonD-491921, 08 Feb 2016Oneplus 2 is really good for that price.If you want a lagfree experience buy current generatio... moreI can live with the lack of NFC. Lack of Quick Charge is not that bad too. With 3300mAh battery it will easily endure the whole day. Charge the phone in the night and everything is ok.
Good device. I've had this since September. Oxygen OS 2.2 x is buggy though. Very bad memory leak. For the love of Christ, give us the drivers to the Fingerprint reader so we can have a decent Cyanogemnod.
Oneplus 2 is really good for that price.If you want a lagfree experience buy current generation of any established Companies like apple,samsung,huawei etc.but that would be twice the price of oneplus one.Iits got 4 gb ddr4 ram.Its only drawback is that oxygen os is a new iteration of android.It will only get better with time.The screen is midrange too.Lack of NFC won't be missed by me as There is not much nfc payment terminals in India.The only thing that hold me from buying this phone would be lack of fast charging.I really would've loved that extra 1 gb ram in my s6.and battery too
Anonymous, 08 Feb 2016killer? whose the victim?HTC one and LG G4 in sales
AnonD-228447, 08 Feb 2016after owning a OnePlus One I'd never get another of their devices. Now have an LG G4 and it's ... moreOPO was/is fantastic, a truly remarkable phone when it was announced for it's hardware/software/price combo, that was the first and probably last Flagship Killer from the company.
What the helll, when is marshmallow update comming....!!!
Iam getting insane
There's a lot of harsh comments and angry judgements about OP2. I have OP ONE and I can say it was the best price/performance ratio phone that I ever had. Of course it has its drawbacks, but remember, when it came out it had better specs than SG5 (just 2 GB ram and worse battery capacity and life) and HTC M8 (just 2 GB ram, 801 AB Snapdragon not AC like OP ONE and worse battery capacity and life) and it costed a little more than half of their price for 64 GB version compared with 32 GB of their version. OK screen, above average camera, ok, not the best, but far from being crappy ones. It have Cyanogen and 4.4.4 version was the best version of Android I ever used. OP One was a true flaghship killer for its price.
OP2 it's a device born from greed. It had just incremental upgrades aligned to 2015 standards, but it lost NFC and costed 100 euro more. And worst of all, it came with Oxygen OS a crude, notpolished UI that took any joy of using this phone and creating a lot of glitches, fast battery draining etc. As much as OPO WAS a flagship killer, OP2 was just a disappointment. Also, last year competition was very fierce, Meizu, Xiaomi and Huawei had better phones with better polished UI and at the same price or cheaper.
All the anger and dissapointment that came with OP2 is justified, because they changed the recipe. Does it worth 350 euro now? Probably not.
But, to be fair, you can't compare it with Mototola Moto X Series. Moto X Style have worst processor and relatively in the same price category and Moto X Turbo have appeared 3 months later, being more expensive than OPO.
As every "expert" from this forum, I, also, have an opinion for next generation :D :
- Keep the price in the psychological 300 euro price tag (for the premium version).
- Drop Oxygen OS until it's polished and use vanilla Android.
- Don't cut corners with small price cuts like NFC antenna, it brings more harm than good.
The competition is fiercer than ever and Xiaomi, Meizu, LeTv and others will eat OnePlus company alive if they make even one wrong step!
Emir Zarith, 08 Feb 2016So, the 2016 phones are killing it?Even 2015 phones kill it.
I wish Oneplus founder would see these comment and realize his failure.
Self Proclaimed Flagship Killer :D
and if they wanna excuse for low cost Look at the Moto X Style and its Quality of Everything.