i sell asus and buy one plus one comparitive asus mobail with one+one asus is very good.
I would not recommend buying the one plus one phone. I have the 64GB one plus one and after a few days when the warranty expired the phone became useless. The phone would disconnect and turn itself off (full battery) and you can't turn the phone back on. The only way would be to wait awhile and plug the phone to an outlet. I have done 4 remote sessions averaging 3-4 hours - what a waste of my time. The remote session is a joke becaue they will make you believe the phone is fix then a day later the phone is back to its normal self - non functioning. They will talk you in to more remote sessions - another 3-4 hours. Who has time for that?? Seriously? They will also ask you to send your phone for repair leaving you without a phone (for how long -you don't know). Go buy a moto x pure edition, a nexus 6P or any other phone but a one plus one. Trust me...
to be honest I'm confused if I should buy oneplus one with 64Gb storage or oneplus X. I heard that the OPO's screen didn't gave a good black color in its' ips :(
Got mine back in July. So far so good no issues. Personally i think its a great phone I'm really happy.. Would buy it again.
RYUZAKI , 12 Jan 2016Hey please can anyone help me to choose correct phone around 15000
1) nexus 5
2)moto x (2nd ... moreI think you can purchase one plus becos in this pixal regulations are very more and its processer is very owessam
1. one plus one
2. one plus x
AS i think one plus is best among these phone
these two have lot of same features
RahulHa224, 03 Jan 2016Is one plus makes ota update for one plus one till now ? Please reply I want to buy one plus ... moreyes, it get ota till now. I have been using Oneplus one for past one year and I am getting OTA updates frequently. Nice phone. only issue is no dual sim
Hey please can anyone help me to choose correct phone around 15000
1) nexus 5
2)moto x (2nd gen)
3)moto g turbo edition
4)one plus one
5)Samsung Galaxy j7
Considering price and brand value and durability......
The OnePlus One is the one of the best phones I have owned. It can easily get me through a day with moderate usage. The phone rarely stutters or slows down even when multitasking more than 20 apps open at a time. The multi-touch issues were noticeable more when I first got the device than later on in its usage. However, I have refused to update beyond firmware 25R as it appears to be the most stable of the lot.
I have used this phone for 2 years and it has become a reliable friend to me. However, the battery is exhibiting signs of old age as occasionally it will die around 20%. A reboot will readjust the numbers and it will then display the correct percentage, but this has never happened before so I know it's a sign of age and gradual death. Because of this I was forced to purchase a new phone and I will use the OnePlus One as a back up.