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.
small screen ,small body , powerful hardware , that's exactly what we need.
Anonymous, 29 Oct 2015microSD, up to 128 GB (uses SIM 2 slot) :( It's either or, you can pick between nano sim + microSD, or two sims.
You can pick up a brand new Nexus 6 for $299, sometimes less on sale, so what makes this phone the better option???
Interesting. I am a bit disappointed...but I am not quite sure why. When compared to the Moto G 3rd gen with 16GB and 2GB of RAM - this OnePlus X is $30 more but...
The X has more RAM (2gb vs 3gb)
The X is significantly smaller (11.6mm thick vs 6.9mm...other dimensions favor the X as well)
The X officially supports larger SD card sizes. Yes, the Moto G will support sizes larger than 32GB but not officially. So...this one probably doesn't matter.
The X has a bigger battery (2470 vs 2525).
The X's CPU "should" be better than the Moto G's (410 vs 801).
The X "can" support dual SIMs...but at the cost of the SD card slot. So depending on your needs this might be a bonus or not.
Of course, there are quite a few niceties for the Moto G as well. Historically it should have better support. 6.0 is already officially planned. It supports waaaay more bands. If you don't need or want the extra RAM and internal space you can save even more money (savings of $70 if you get the cheaper one). It has a more vanilla android experience vs Oxygen OS...though the people I know when the OnePlus One have tried both and don't see huge differences. This might be a big one....no waiting list.
Hmmm...I think I just talked myself into getting the X. I am sure the Moto G is a great phone but I cannot get past the extra weight and thickness. I like my phones small.
For those comparing the X to other phones that are similarly priced or cheaper... I am confident there are better phones out there. But most of those just don't have the LTE bands to compete in the US. Shame too as there are some awesome phones out there that will never compete in the US.