Anonymous, 30 Oct 2015low battery, no IR, overprice no thanksreal world usage may still be satisfactory. and it's far from overpriced lol. only 249 bucks. also, how many people actually use the ir blaster?
If its have 64 bit Chipset like S808, LG G4s camera (Sony IMX234),3200 mAh battery, mechanical home button with fingerprint scanner like S6, iPhone 6s and have dust and water resistant it can be a real "flagship killer". But this phone is a Oneplus One Compact.
Dave, 30 Oct 2015Hello Should I get oneplus x or the meizu metal Also i'm a heavy gamer so which chipset is ... morebuy zenfone 2..it is the best choice for u..bcoz it has the best graphics with intel atom processor till date within midrange
definitely a looker. would love to have this as a secondary phone.
great phone, if finger print scanner and fast charging would have included the phone would have nailed it. but still a phone worth the price.
I love the styling of this handset. However.. Releasing a phone just shy of 2016 with no USB C, no fingerprint scanner and a 32bit processor makes it a deal breaker for me. Look at the LeTV 1S, proof that a phone can be cheap, but also have all the mod cons
Should I get oneplus x or the meizu metal
Also i'm a heavy gamer so which chipset is better for gaming helio x10 or snapdragon 801.
I'm on a budget but I'm hoping to run gta San Andreas at max settings if not high and also be able to play ps2 games perfectly in the future as there are ps2 emulators out already on android
Is it confirmed that OnePlus X does not have a compass/magnetometer sensor?
It's simple plain design and specification and no big difference from other one plus handsets
Would it be better than asus in all forms?
I need a phone which should be perfect in performance , good camera(average ) and not too much heating issue?
I have already ordered asus selfie, Should I cancel it now?
It's simple plain design and specifications and no big difference from other one pluse handsets
What about the durability?
Will the glass break if it fell down.
Oneplus One had similar issues with its front glass fused with the digitizer and replacement of the display would cost half the price of the phone. This one is full glass, so it is going to be a hard time using this one.
Pros: Snapdragon 801 for a sub-$300 phone. 1080p display. Sexy sleek design.
Cons: No NFC (Not really important for many users but would be useful for some (android beam, android pay, custom nfc tags etc.)
Uses AMOLED (Images Not as sharp as IPS and Display Colors degrade over time.)