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Oneplus 2 or Oneplus 1s(+)?

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What is Oneplus 2 to you?

  1. Oneplus 1s

  2. Oneplus 1+

  3. Oneplus 2 2016 Flagship Killer

  4. Oneplus 2 2014 Flagship Killer

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  1. MatthUnderpants
    Gingerbread Jul 30, 2015

    MatthUnderpants , Jul 30, 2015 :
    Wireless charging is one of the most useless things ever invented, if I can put my phone on a wireless charger and it charges 2-3 times slower and i cant hold my phone in my hand while it charges its completely useless. Maybe OnePlus made this tought. And quick charging is not an important thing, your phone charges faster but the battery is stressed. The NFC is a standard feature on new phones, but in Italy i'd never used it in my life. 64 Gb of memory is really enough, 128Gb is useless, you will probably never use more than 70-80 Gbs. The CPU is really nice at the time, the SnapDragon 810 is one of the best, better then the Huawei P8's 808. The 4Gb is too much, they could make a 400 dollars phone and it would be better, adding NFC and 3Gb RAM.
     
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  2. skromnia
    Honeycomb Jul 30, 2015

    skromnia , Jul 30, 2015 :
    Meizu was the 1st one to release a 128gb phone in 2013 after that Lumigon in 2014. When I bought my 1st PC 13 years ago I thought I'll never fill my 80gb HDD, now 1TB is not enough.
    More RAM is good because apps became more demanding all the time but more CPU and GPU power is a gimmick on a 1080p screen. Is there any time you felt that OPO is underpowered? Remember why they made SD805 in a first place - to support and run 1440p and if Motorola Turbo managed to match the Moto X performance with 1440p and SD805 then there is no reason NOT to be able to have a great performance on 1440p and compensate the battery life with stuffing a bigger battery in the thicker new body.
    About Quick charge - ever been is situation when you gotta go and charge your phone as quick as possible? A power bank could help but that's different story.
     

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  3. MatthUnderpants
    Gingerbread Jul 30, 2015

    MatthUnderpants , Jul 30, 2015 :
    I never used more then 2 Gb of RAM on the OPO. About quick charging, the OPO battery (and the OPT one) have a really nice battery, the cases when you need to quickly charge your phone are very rare. About the memory, I don't know how you can fill 128Gb of memory on a phone. Photos? Nope, at least 10-20 Gb if you make a lot of photos. Apps? Nope, most apps occupy 10-100 Mb, so you have to install 1280 apps to fill that much memory. Nandroid backups? Probably, I have about 10 Gb of backups on my OPO, but you will need to take a lot of backups.
    Apps data? Nope, it's a bit difficult.
    Cache? Ahahaha.

    Overall, I personally don't like the Two too much but I'm happy for OnePlus making a new phone that will make them grow.
     

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  4. ws_volt
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 30, 2015

    ws_volt , Jul 30, 2015 :
    "i was happy to pay more"
    but thats not the ******* point, the point of oneplus is cheap, yet powerful phones, if you want to spend £500+, go buy iphones, go buy galaxies, thats not the point of the OP2.
     

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  5. petext
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 30, 2015


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  6. Seiris89
    Honeycomb Jul 30, 2015

    Seiris89 , Jul 30, 2015 :
    i am amused that everybody is whining about the mp of the camera, guys mp are not everything a good camera needs
     

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  7. skromnia
    Honeycomb Jul 30, 2015

    skromnia , Jul 30, 2015 :
    Last year the One was the best phone money can buy and everybody's favourite. Unlike this year.

    What is then, Ultrapixels? Because that's what you got with the Two, just like HTC.
     

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  8. sunilmunde
    Cupcake Jul 30, 2015


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  9. i0leg
    Cupcake Jul 30, 2015

    i0leg , Jul 30, 2015 :
    I agree with
     

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  10. Tubbylarge
    Gingerbread Jul 30, 2015


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  11. skromnia
    Honeycomb Jul 30, 2015


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  12. jthemob
    Froyo Jul 30, 2015

    jthemob , Jul 30, 2015 :
    Plz stop calling it as 2016 killer... when u dont know wat the competition has to offer
     

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  13. jthemob
    Froyo Jul 30, 2015

    jthemob , Jul 30, 2015 :
    carl already said thry r not going in that direction
     

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  14. ws_volt
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 30, 2015

    ws_volt , Jul 30, 2015 :
    Yes, but it was a budget phone, as is the OP2, no one expected the OPO to have waterproofing, quickcharging or anything special really, but for some reason everyone expected the OP2 to have everything, literally ******* everything, and that would mean cost, which, Ill say again, is kinda the point of the OPO and OP2, cheap, powerful phones. If you want all theese added extras, go ******* pay for them.
     

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  15. MatthUnderpants
    Gingerbread Jul 30, 2015

    MatthUnderpants , Jul 30, 2015 :
    Sale tinhought, you sayed all my opinion with just one post. All the ******* helped.
     

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  16. MatthUnderpants
    Gingerbread Jul 30, 2015


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  17. aspira
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 30, 2015


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  18. moritzbm
    Gingerbread Jul 30, 2015

    moritzbm , Jul 30, 2015 :
    kinda whish it would've been an OPOs where the "s" stands for "small", i.e. a 4.5' display, same specs (or with a few upgrades)
     

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  19. GrKiC
    Froyo Jul 30, 2015

    GrKiC , Jul 30, 2015 :
    I agree that it is cheap and powerful. But I have to disagree with the statement as a whole.
    The whole mentality of OnePlus is to Never Settle, and for the term "flagship killer" to work, it actually needs to be a pretty powerful phone in every specc.
    It lacks some specifications and options that are available on todays flagships. It will lose on many points during a comparison, enough for it to not be called a flagship killer, but a Top Tier 2015 Smartphone.
    The OPT is one of, if not, the BEST phone in that price range, but for people that don't care about spending cash to fulfill all their High-end Smartphone needs, OPT will not be the One.
     
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  20. skromnia
    Honeycomb Jul 30, 2015

    skromnia , Jul 30, 2015 :
    In an ideal world they should have released 2 phones: OPOs with 5" 1080p with hot swappable covers, 32gb and priced in between the current pricing and Oneplus 2 - 5.5" 1440p metal clad stuffed with everything possible for let's say $500-550. Something like what Moto is doing with the new X.
     

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