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  1. metamorphy_112233
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    metamorphy_112233 , Oct 24, 2014 :
    based on a poll . see previous post in the thread
     

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  2. Defiant2005
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014


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  3. NaterTots
    Jelly Bean Oct 24, 2014

    NaterTots , Oct 24, 2014 :
    If it's not 80/20 I'd say it's at least 70/30.

    I think system invites have gone out to at least 200,000 forum members. Then factor in the shareable invites. There's been a lot.
     

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  4. Rhimasha
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    Rhimasha , Oct 24, 2014 :
    200k forum members is a metric fuckton. Check out the Invites for October post, it says that they rolled out some 30 or 50k invites and that they only tried it with so many in order to test their system capacity. So I would say under 100k people on the forum have the phone in hand.
     

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  5. DavidHolden
    Honeycomb Oct 24, 2014


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  6. Aratliff
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    Aratliff , Oct 24, 2014 :
    1) received from fellow Military forum member who was kind enough to offer me an invite.

    2) Haven't really had any issues with the phone - moving to android from iOS was not bad but took some getting used to. Not sure I can pinpoint one positive feature out of the many. Love the size, the capabilities/customizability, pricing is great, etc.

    3) Most definitely YES!
     

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  7. jmulla100
    Donut Oct 24, 2014

    jmulla100 , Oct 24, 2014 :
    Got an invite recently because I joined this forum a long time ago when one plus first started this forum. Thank god I got one and a later one at that cause I love this phone and no problems! Thing i hate though is that the speakers have like no bass at all which sucks. Maybe if I play with the audio app I can fix it idk. Things I love is just how snappy and fast this phone is and how good the display is and battery life. This phone is the best I've had and I would definetly choose one plus again.
     

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  8. wamsille
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    wamsille , Oct 24, 2014 :
    From the beginning?

    1. Nokia 5120
    2. Nokia 8210
    3. Nokia 3360
    4. Nokia 7100
    5. Nokia 3360
    6. Sony Ericsson T60d
    7. Nokia 6630
    8. (insert random prepaid phone from AT&T)
    9. (insert generic LG flip from Verizon)
    10. BlackBerry 8800
    11. Motorola Q
    12. Palm Centro
    13. Samsung Omnia
    14. HTC Droid Eris
    15. Palm Pre
    16. HTC Incredible
    17. Samsung Nexus S
    18. Motorola Photon
    19. Samsung Nexus S
    20. HTC One X
    21. Lumia 900
    22. Lumia 920
    23. Motorola Atrix HD
    24. Samsung Galaxy S3
    25. Nexus 4
    26. Samsung Galaxy S4 Active
    27. Lumia 1020
    28. HTC One
    29. iPhone 5S
    30. Lumia 1020
    31. iPhone 5S
    32. OnePlus One
    33. LG G3

     

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  9. metamorphy_112233
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    metamorphy_112233 , Oct 24, 2014 :
    that's a lot of phones, man
     

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  10. metamorphy_112233
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    metamorphy_112233 , Oct 24, 2014 :
    what's your assessment about iOS vs android?
     

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  11. wamsille
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    wamsille , Oct 24, 2014 :
    It wasn't like it was all at once or even in the same year. You have to understand that for about three years I actually worked for a phone company and could swap out phones every quarter.

    (or more frequently; generally new phones came out every quarter and I would have to try it out for myself)

    Considering I have used just about every major mobile operating system and have had phones on analog, TDMA/CDMA, and GSM I feel confident in my ability to fairly assess a device's capabilities.
     

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  12. metamorphy_112233
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    metamorphy_112233 , Oct 24, 2014 :
    yeah. so which is the best one?
     

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  13. Carlosfer
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 24, 2014

    Carlosfer , Oct 24, 2014 :
    I roamed the forum for just a day and a half and got my invite through another user. It's not hard these days. You probably see lots of people who don't have it because lately it has been picking up steam, which coincides with higher production.
    You can wait for the preorder, but I'd say just stay in the forums, look around, read peoples posts, be nice, and you should get an invite.
    So far I've only had 1 issue with zooming, but I rebooted and it's been perfect.
     

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  14. metamorphy_112233
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    metamorphy_112233 , Oct 24, 2014 :
    thanks for the tip.
     

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  15. wamsille
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    wamsille , Oct 24, 2014 :
    The Nokia 7160 was probably my favorite. It looked like a professional's phone. The 8260 had a really small form factor that I liked, but reception was known to be an issue. The 3360 was a solid performer but I also had issues with reception. The MIDI ringtone composer software was great though. I had some of the coolest ringtones back in the day.

    The Sony T60d looked like a vibrator. No, I'm serious. Look it up. But, it was a SIGNAL BEAST. It worked in more places period. Ha....vibrator...periods....nasty.
     

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  16. cd7dayz
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    cd7dayz , Oct 24, 2014 :
    I am very happy with my OPO after picking it up yesterday! I did not get an invite, I chose to go down the route of buying it off another member brand new. I will definitely be recommending it to people and I will be buying another in the future :)
     

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  17. Aratliff
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    Aratliff , Oct 24, 2014 :
    I actually like android more. Some things are not as smooth looking as in iOS, but the customizability in Android is fantastic. My reaction was more - "hey, I didn't know a phone could do that... . So didn't know I was missing it until I saw it in action. That's my experience.
     

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  18. metamorphy_112233
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2014

    metamorphy_112233 , Oct 24, 2014 :
    nice
     

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