her1, 17 Oct 2014Where did u buy one plus one in malaysia?Dear Brother,
you can buy it from Satugadget at cheras and also u can buy it from lowyat plaza.
Xiaomi mi3 or Oneplus One?
Any suggestions or opinions please?
emon, 15 Oct 2014i bought it from my local store. im staying in MalaysiaWhere did u buy one plus one in malaysia?
AnonD-317378, 11 Oct 2014Hey, how does one actually buy this phone? I stay in India.i bought it from my local store. im staying in Malaysia
AnonD-74875, 07 Oct 2014Same here. Not available in my country. -.-!Online shops like oneplus.eu sells it about 100$ more than official store but you don't have to wait the invite. They ship worldwide so there are no problems with no supported markets by official store.
Anonymous, 11 Oct 2014I've had the OnePlus 1 since 9/30. I like a lot of things about the OPO: customizability, batt... moreLooks like you got a defective phone. None of those issues occur on my OPO. It's amazing!
AnonD-317378, 11 Oct 2014Hey, how does one actually buy this phone? I stay in India.Its almost impossible.. But its on December ,the launch of OPO
I did switch from iPhone a month ago and was dreading the change over. Surprisingly it was basic as I'm using Spotify for all my music, gave me a chance to clear my contacts and customising my device has been a blast, can't put it down. To be realistic, you won't find a perfect phone no matter what you buy. Ive always owned iphones. At times they've had dicky buttons, lagging, freezing, rebooting themselves, the list goes on. For a new company's attempt at cracking the smartphone market this phone ticks all the boxes. In saying that i've had a couple of small glitches but getting them sorted has been a breeze if you're prepared to problem solve and research the answers. I got the phone shipped to Australia as they aren't available here. For just over $400 outright if it fails me in a year I couldn't care. Bang for buck
AnonD-317378, 11 Oct 2014Hey, how does one actually buy this phone? I stay in India.Mail the guys.
pankaj, 11 Oct 2014How did u book the above phone Kindly email back me if possible... i too want to book. check oneplus.net
I've had the OnePlus 1 since 9/30. I like a lot of things about the OPO: customizability, battery life, screen size/resolution; but the entire system is buggier than my Nexus 5. The OPO is also laggy compared to the Nexus. The screen sensitivity is a major problem... I have to tap 2, 3 or 4 times to get a click to register. The lag between "clicking" and the next screen loading is painful. The delay between a registered "click" and the readiness to accept another "click" is frustrating. (e.g. I click the "Messages" icon, and the screen opens, I quickly tap on a conversation, but the click never registers. I have to give the handset a split second after the screen loads before it'll accept another click. That happens in various applications, and is a huge issue compared to my Nexus 5.) These are issues that are independent of network connectivity. It's going from the lock screen to the home screen. From the home screen to the "Phone" screen. From the tray to open the calculator. Bringing up the keyboard in messaging & email apps. Etc.
Swiping down to open the notification bar and settings menu is dodgy... it'll open, but sometimes slide back closed. Or open halfway and then close again. Then it won't register the next swipe down, and I'll have to swipe 2-3 times to get it to open correctly.
Screen orientation/rotation is slow and sometimes locks up on me. Apps crash regularly that have always worked without a glitch on my Nexus 5. While on the lock screen yesterday, I couldn't enter any characters because there was a constant stream of numbers being input while the phone was sitting untouched on my desk. I tried to hit "back," the power button, "enter," all to no avail. I had to wait about 2 minutes for the stream of numbers to stop. Another time while on lock screen, the keypad refused to accept any of my touches while attempting to enter my security code. Result: I couldn't unlock the phone for 5 minutes until it started working again.
There's great potential, but the entire experience feels like it's in beta and not completely solid or ready for general release. In contrast, I've had a Nexus 4 and a Nexus 5, and the interface with those was consistent and rock-solid.
emon, 11 Oct 2014Just bought.its pretty awesome.love it!!!Hey, how does one actually buy this phone? I stay in India.
Rabi, 10 Oct 2014Got one. Awesome phoneHow did u book the above phone
Kindly email back me if possible...
i too want to book.