The specs of this phone are too off, especially the processor used. They should have used a more recent one for at least futureproofing. Ohh well..its already done so. Wish them the best though.
Anonymous, 29 Oct 2015microSD, up to 128 GB (uses SIM 2 slot) :( You've got the option for Dual SIM or micro SD (most high-end phones have neither), in a phone that has high-end specs from 1.5 years ago and costs only $250. What are you complaining about again? :/
Anonymous, 29 Oct 2015You can pick up a brand new Nexus 6 for $299, sometimes less on sale, so what makes this phone... moreMaybe dual-sim ? But if you need to use dual-sim capability and the microSD slot at the same time this phone looses it's main advantage :-( (unfortunately this is my case as well)
Eves, 29 Oct 2015Interesting. I am a bit disappointed...but I am not quite sure why. When compared to the Moto ... moreI think you should compare it with moto x play rather than moto g3 they are almost in same price range
does it have type c connector ,also is marshmellow update planned ...goving by reviews the camera app looks average
The processor and gpu clock frequency is different from one plus one. I think it might be sd801aa or sd801aa. Sd801ac is used in one plus one
kiran, 29 Oct 2015where is fingerprint sensorI'd like to suggest no one ever use a fingerprint scanner. Passwords and PINs can be changed and updated as needed. But what happens if someone gets a hold of a scan of fingerprint? There is no changing your fingerprint.
In other words...not quite what it is cracked up to be
Anonymous, 29 Oct 2015You can pick up a brand new Nexus 6 for $299, sometimes less on sale, so what makes this phone... moreProblem with nexus 6 is, its terribly slower in comparison with nexus 5 ,nexus 5x ,nexus 6p and one plus series .
This information I gathered by doing extensive research and finally decided not to take it.
sasi19908, 29 Oct 2015NO NFC, IR , TYPE C USB, NO FAST CHARGING ??
TOTAL WAST ......
sasi19908: "NO NFC, IR , TYPE C USB, NO FAST CHARGING ??
TOTAL WAST ......"
Which phones out there offer those things & what the X offers for $250? Yes, I believe there are some but none that I am aware of that offer US friendly LTE bands. For that market (and probably some others) there is a limit of what is offered at the $250 price range.