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If OnePlus had competitors...

  1. kweds
    Gingerbread Jun 17, 2014

    kweds , Jun 17, 2014 :
    I think that if OnePlus had competitors, the phone should be out for at least 50% of the whole forum users as well as maintaining people from China.

    Because there are no competitions, OnePlus is doing whatever they want to do.

    Hope there are competitions rising up in the air so we can have our phones already.
     

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  2. Hudawar
    Honeycomb Jun 17, 2014

    Hudawar , Jun 17, 2014 :
    Why would other companies compete with them when OnePlus don't want our money XD
     

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  3. kweds
    Gingerbread Jun 17, 2014

    kweds , Jun 17, 2014 :
    ahahahah nice point.
     

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  4. Gir357
    Honeycomb Jun 17, 2014

    Gir357 , Jun 17, 2014 :
    There are competitors....I bought my new phone from them because I'm not going to be getting an invite for a LONG time.....
     

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  5. pi3point142
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 17, 2014


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  6. Cel
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 17, 2014

    Cel , Jun 17, 2014 :
    OnePlus has plenty of competitors; that's why so many of us are leaving.

    OP isn't really doing whatever they want to do though - I'm pretty sure they want to sell us phones just as much as we want them, they just don't have enough OPOs for everyone who wants one.
     

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  7. kweds
    Gingerbread Jun 17, 2014

    kweds , Jun 17, 2014 :
    But there is already production from OnePlus to sell to China. I'm talking about international competitors, like the situation with Apple, Samsung and Google. They're fighting their butts off trying to compete with each other.
     

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  8. xraysean
    Jelly Bean Jun 17, 2014

    xraysean , Jun 17, 2014 :
    I'm pretty sure they are just having a harder time getting hardware components to actually build the phone than they initially thought they would.

    Maybe the races were about trying to have material to sell to the hardware manufacturers to prove that there is a demand for their phone.

    This is probably a tricky time for a start up company like this. Tons of demand, impossible to obtain supply.

    Still, I'm anxious to get the phone, and waiting is hard.
     

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  9. anilrawal
    Gingerbread Jun 17, 2014

    anilrawal , Jun 17, 2014 :
    u forget the main point, there is already competition, they are start up, it is less likely two co will start at same time, if there model is successful, maybe down the road other will try to replicate it, and people will still complain the same thing.
     

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  10. kweds
    Gingerbread Jun 17, 2014

    kweds , Jun 17, 2014 :
    Sure is hard.
     

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  11. pi3point142
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 17, 2014

    pi3point142 , Jun 17, 2014 :
    Xiaomi is available outside China, and with plans for more countries.

    Example, Xiaomi is selling its Mi3 16GB for HK$1859 (approx US$240) in Hong Kong, there is also a 64GB version. The OnePlus One in Hong Kong is subject to the same invite process as other international countries, meaning generally unavailable!
     
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