ss, 10 Aug 2015I'm confused in among one plus 2 , nexus 5 and Samsung A5 , can any one suggest which one is best? If confuse than go with samsung
ss, 10 Aug 2015I'm confused in among one plus 2 , nexus 5 and Samsung A5 , can any one suggest which one is best? You must but nexus 5
Again poor LTE band coverage. LTE phones should have 1,2,3,4,5,7,12,17,20. Period. Travel from Europe to Japan to US should be possible on LTE.
I'm confused in among one plus 2 , nexus 5 and Samsung A5 , can any one suggest which one is best?
I am using Nexus 6. Want to buy one plus 2. Switching from Nexus 6 to One Plus 2 will be better for me or not?
Amyworld, 28 Jan 2015no surprise element till now. 1.No OIS technology 2.no finger print scanner 3.not waterproo... moreIt has dual sim, it has a fingerprint scanner and has OIS... So what are you one about?!
As a happy user of the Oneplus One, I anxiously awaited the "two" and planned on purchasing one as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, the lack of NFC is a deal breaker for me.
It will be interesting to see if users of the "one" will find enough in the "two" to compel them to buy.
I don't understand this invite/flash sale culture. if the customer can't buy a product that he/she wants to buy, then what's the point? this is only for those who are looking to change phone and can wait for eternity. someone like me, who needs to change my S2 now, as it has started fcuking me everyday now, will just go to the market and buy the best "available" phone instead of waiting for best "not available" phone!
3 weeks I have to wait for get the device ? and there is no certain mention time when you will get the invitation ?
oh Fcuk, I will get other device.
Haha, i have got the Oneplus 2, Six months ago we had disassembled Oneplus 1, for Oneplus overall design engineers and construction ideas in terms of in-depth knowledge, though after a lapse of more than 460 days, but Oneplus2 overall pick in the structure changes are not large, but the cover is opened the design, much easier than before, so it is not inevitable dismantling difficulty. I have write an article about how to disassembled Oneplus 2, if you are interested, you can find that at the forum: http://www.mtkforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=76&t=2112&p=5198#p5198
AnonD-426634, 07 Aug 2015Is the phone processor 64-bit technology ??? thank youyes it is
AnonD-426634, 07 Aug 2015Is the phone processor 64-bit technology ??? thank youI think so yes
AnonD-426634, 07 Aug 2015Is the phone processor 64-bit technology ??? thank youYes, it is 64 bit. Snapdragon 810 is 64 bit.