OP not, 17 Jun 2016Stay away from these phones, they don't reply to support requests or rather reply at their ear... moreYup, software support from OnePlus X is non-existant. Also, conventional support is a complete and utter joke. They (staff) don't even talk about or reply to threads about the X for about 3 months now. They're silently killing off the device and its support.
Both my wife and I really love this phone....I have flashed the OS with Exodus and it's been great. The wife's phone has had some freezing issues but thought that would have been taken care of with a software fix. Sad to hear that there will not be an upgrade. But will there be Marshmallow update soon?
OP not, 17 Jun 2016Stay away from these phones, they don't reply to support requests or rather reply at their ear... moreThat's the problem, yeah. One Plus X had a nice formfactor, One Plus Three has awesome specs, combine the two AND add Nexus like support, and that'd be the most awesome phone on the market. Sadly that software update part eludes all phones, but Nexuses.
Stay away from these phones, they don't reply to support requests or rather reply at their earliest convenience. Updates are non existent, ask any OPX owner.
They aren't serious about supporting their software. Too bad really, their hardware is not bad.
there is no option to move picture files from phots or gallery. this option is must.
5" screen size is the most suitable size for any person, and oneplus x being sleek and compact is one of the most handy phones right now.
Sad to hear this update from CEO.
Their next OS: Water / H2O OS
Remember you heard it first here :)
The Oneplus 3 seems like a near perfect phone for me. Only issue is the size. Very sad to hear that they think 5.5" phones are for everyone.
I hope they update the old OPX. IT is not their style to leave a phone without giving updates
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2016I hope they stop making phones alreadyWhat's it to you? Your money being wasted in R&D? Nope? Then mind your own business.
Once it starts showing its age I'll probably get the OnePlus 3. By then it should probably drop down to $350 or $300.
Size is the only issue, guess I'll just have to bite the bullet and get a phablet sized phone :/
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2016that's zuk z2. is the zuk z2 even good ? havent heard any review abt it... the price is really tempting though
they should rather bring out their flagship in two sizes. 5,5" or more is too large for a lot of users. imo 4,7" is the best size for smartphones.