Amyworld, 28 Jan 2015Naked eye cannot distinguish if PPI is more than 300. you need software for that. Unless you use your phone for VR !! That's where PPI still needs to be better
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2015how the hell is that terrible i have had a 300 ppi screen for 3 years and up until this day i ... moreNaked eye cannot distinguish if PPI is more than 300. you need software for that.
no surprise element till now.
1.No OIS technology
2.no finger print scanner
3.not waterproof or scratch resistant
4.need dual sim
5.no expandable memory
I have the One Plus One and after reading these "new" specifications, I see no valid reason why I should pay more to switch to the One Plus 2. The One Plus 2 should have features like image stabilization not just dual led flash. It should allow you to insert more memory or even allow dual Sim chips. The display needs to be more than that of the One Plus One, not just the same screen again.They also need to fix the long ailing reception issues I and some people are having on the One Plus One first before you convince us to trust you again One Plus !
one plus one is the best but i thing that one addition is if you give 2 sim is the best
if it has expandable storage, then it will be perfect for me
Card slot - No
Battery - Non-removable
Will it be compatible for Ubuntu Touch?
Can anyone tell me a few things....
1...what's the warranty on a one plus?
2...I am on the understanding that one plus don't mind if you ROM the phone?(this is fantastic if true)
displayhunter, 17 Jan 2015the same display as the first one... 401ppi is terriblehow the hell is that terrible i have had a 300 ppi screen for 3 years and up until this day i have never been able to distinguish a single pixel. 400 is more than enough i can guarantee you that.
Actually, RAM is 4GB
OS is Android 5
and the chipset is Snapdragon 810.
(According to latest sources.)
And yes it will cost more. About $425.