It is more than 2 years now that I bought my oneplus x. It took me 3 months to make up my mind that i will buy x not other phone. Reason was - it was most expensive cheap phone. When i found a refurbished one, i just bought it, and had been using it. This is my only phone, i only use one sim, no sd card. I don't play games. It serving me well. However , last couple of days i am noticing battery drainage, overheating , and some phone call issue. The things i hate most was oneplus forgot this phone so quickly.
dt031sin, 20 Jul 2018Two reasons people didn't buy Oneplus X: 1. Oneplus was a fairly new company at that time. ... moreIt didnt had any controversial chipset. It only had old chipset (SD801) of yesteryear model OP1.
Remember when the Dell Streak 5 came out (I had one). People were complaining "who wants a screen THAT big". Steve Jobs said screens 3.5" were perfect for one hand operation.
Now, no one wants a screen smaller than 5.5". It's pretty much marketing. Whatever is trendy is what sells. Whatever the manufacturers push, whatever the hollyWEIRD types buy is what people will buy.
Ritzie, 20 Jul 2018You'll even have more difficulty in selling smartphones less than 5" displays. If GSMArena's ... moreOh yeah, nobody wants phones smaller than 5.2" based on a poll where 5.2" was the smallest option.
oneplus x was overpriced for device that running on outdated soc.. one of the reason oneplus x exist because of bad reputation of sd810 in oneplus 2. . but if you decide to used sd808 or even 805 in oneplus x, it might be successful as it can served as a compact device, yet capable processing power.
to oneplus ceo, it was your own fault for making a wrong called on that device.
Two reasons people didn't buy Oneplus X:
1. Oneplus was a fairly new company at that time.
2. It used one year old "controversial" chipset.
If they launch it now with a 660 or 710, it'll surely break the mid range segment.
Anonymous, 20 Jul 2018Yes. 5.2 is too big. It should be smaller!You'll even have more difficulty in selling smartphones less than 5" displays.
If GSMArena's survey is NOT a proof of that, go search the market surveys in Google.
You may exchange one plus x for any other one plus with reasonable payment... can you
Robbie, 19 Jul 2018You'll have difficulty selling a 5.2" screen phone in the current marketYes. 5.2 is too big. It should be smaller!
In my opinion this has happened, because at that moment OnePlus was not so popular outside Asia, and asians want huge things. If now such device is available in Europe it might find its fans. Of course here is the same - no one has a small Android phone, but I don't know is it because of the trend, or because the small phones are very expensive or absolute crap - Samsung A3 2017 for example is expensive crap.
Release it now with decent hardware and see it success skyrocketing. I think every other guy who hates large screen will lap it up.
Anything with infinity display supporting 5 inches display will be a great success.
y not try it launch again with sd 660/710 under 20k, i would certainly be interested coz imo anything above 25k on a phone is a no brainer considering what we do on it, thats just me
It was beautiful, felt great in hand but didn't support enough bands...now that is a failure
Anonymous, 19 Jul 2018Avoid notch and put bezel because everybody loves bezels right? Unfortunately with all the ... moreIf they do the notch with good reason then I wouldnt mind. But most copycat phone just doing the notch for the trend. Like seriously there are still bezel on top of the notch like Nokia X5. I rather have full thick bezel cramped with multi sensor and four front camera lens and big speaker and led flash. That is what I call usefull.