Madhawa, 26 Apr 2016Where is Marshmallow for oneplus x? This is the last oneplus x I'm going to buy. Very disappointed. Yup same here, got tired waiting for marshmallow for the Oneplus One, moved to the nightlies. There are some intermittent issues but I'll deal with that and take the battery life improvements anyday. Last Oneplus phone'll ever buy, unless it's so good in hardware specs plus battery and has great XDA community support. Oneplus One was good for hardware to price ratio at the time but now there are far better options like the Samsung Galaxy A9 and A9 pro with snapdragon SoCs. XDA support will eventually happen.
If it will be a 5incher I'll have to turn to another brand. Hope they will keep the 5inch for the fashion-mid performance opx series. Also I hope they go up to 5.7inch for the flagships
Anonymous, 26 Apr 2016Zenfone 3 will be has 8GB RAM? Hahahai am only anticipating the asus zenfone 3 this year
I might be the top searcher on google for oneplus 3 these days :xD
Where is Marshmallow for oneplus x? This is the last oneplus x I'm going to buy. Very disappointed.
Do we seriously need 6gb of ram?
i mean we havent used 4gb to its max potentail yet!
Anonymous, 26 Apr 2016This year's flagship killer was actually the OnePlus TwoAre you coming from the past??
Nishru, 26 Apr 2016I just hope they can give up on the invite system. It kills their sales. Initially lucky peopl... moreIt is BBK's marketing policy for their OnePlus brand. They want to create a hype to generate interest among potential online customers. A policy that miserably backfired with OnePlus 2. With Vivo and Oppo they have offline sales model.
It appears there will be two versions, one with 4GB and another with 6GB. It'd be nice own a phone again that's pocket friendly, easy to hold and grasp one handedly while being able to maneuver your thumb across all corners of the screen effortlessly.
Anonymous, 26 Apr 2016This year's flagship killer was actually the OnePlus Twonah...
Anonymous, 26 Apr 2016hope they live up to flagship killer this yearThis year's flagship killer was actually the OnePlus Two
I just hope they can give up on the invite system. It kills their sales. Initially lucky people will buy it, but when you wait for months, you more likely buy another brand. And that's what happened with previous 2 iterations.