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OPO killed by OPX?

  1. TheShortOfit
    Honeycomb Oct 29, 2015


    #61
  2. fverdeja93
    Froyo Oct 29, 2015

    fverdeja93 , Oct 29, 2015 :
    different technology, better color reproduction, more constrast, and more energy efficient. Bigger does not mean better. As an OPO owner, you don't know how much I wish it had an amoled display
     

    #62
  3. mwayner
    Lollipop Oct 29, 2015


    #63
  4. zaphod-beeblebrox
    KitKat Oct 29, 2015

    zaphod-beeblebrox , Oct 29, 2015 :
    For the money the OPO has a brilliant display. I can live with it until better 4K tech get cheaper. Not enough of a reason for me to ditch the OPO for a OPx. Mind you I am bespectacled, hence large is good in my book. Smaller supposed better quality amoled displays that swallow battery quicker dont do it for me.
     

    #64
  5. HongKong User
    Honeycomb Oct 29, 2015

    HongKong User , Oct 29, 2015 :
    if already got a OPO or OPT, no point to buy OPX.
    OPX only for new user.
    But just very unhappy, why OnePlus put Amoled on OPX, but flatship killer only have normal LCD.
    I think most of people (maybe 80%) will say Amoled is good.
     

    #65
  6. zaphod-beeblebrox
    KitKat Oct 29, 2015

    zaphod-beeblebrox , Oct 29, 2015 :
    I would have preferred for the money to be spent on NFC or more internal memory as opposed to an amoled display.
     

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  7. vittunen
    Honeycomb Oct 29, 2015

    vittunen , Oct 29, 2015 :
    they should leave out 2.4MHz wifi instead of 5GHz! almost noone uses 2.4MHz these days here, all are on 5GHz. epic fail! competitive products have better specs. by adding ~50$ you get much better phones than opx
     

    #67
  8. DEADLYiNDIAN
    Froyo Oct 29, 2015

    DEADLYiNDIAN , Oct 29, 2015 :
    AMOLED Screen is prone to Burn in's while IPS LCD's are not, the color's are over saturated and yes you get the true Black color, Energy effecient? Absolutely! But........IPS LCD's - Accurate and more natural color's, images are more crispy and this is why i would get a device with LCD display over the AMOLED ones. So in the end OPO Still stands tall and Handsome and Muscular. OPO is a Flagship device and the OP-X, X Stands for experimental i.e The X line will always be the line where OnePlus can experiment a bit more (OnePlus said it). The OP-X Stands below OPO.

    • OPO
    • Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AC @2.5 GHz
    • Adreno 330 Clocked at 578 MHz
    • 64 GB Built in storage (Forget buying that SD Card.)
    • 5.5' IPS JDI Display (Natural Colours + Crisp picture quality, Blacks are not true blacks.)
    • 3100 mAh battery (Stays alive for more hours.)
    • Has NFC :D
    • No FM Radio :(, seriously? why? why the hell disable FM?

    • OP-X
    • Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AA @2.3 GHz
    • Adreno 330 Clocked at 450 MHz
    • 16 GB Inbuilt storage + Expandable upto 128 GB (Need to buy a SD Card if you run out of storage.)
    • 5' 1080p AMOLED Screen (AMOLED Screens are prone to the common Burn in issue, Colours are more saturated i.e a more colourful display + You get a screen which can actually show you true Blacks.)
    • 2,525 mAh battery (This is where the AMOLED does its job i.e its good at being Energy efficient than LCD screen's.)
    • No NFC :(, not a major use for me though.
    • Has FM Radio. :D
     
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2015

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  9. BassVity
    Jelly Bean Oct 29, 2015

    BassVity , Oct 29, 2015 :
    No NFC, No official COS, no custom ROM support (yet).
    Nope. Not killed yet.
     

    #69
  10. 4343
    Froyo Oct 29, 2015


    #70
  11. BassVity
    Jelly Bean Oct 29, 2015

    BassVity , Oct 29, 2015 :
    Newer AMOLEDs do not cause burn in.
     

    #71
  12. TheShortOfit
    Honeycomb Oct 29, 2015

    TheShortOfit , Oct 29, 2015 :
    Using a Moto X 2013 with Amoled and Moto Display which blinks 15hours the day at same place for 15 month... Nope.. Not a single sign of burn in.. Thats something you shouldnt care about anymore.
     

    #72
  13. mjaniec
    Gingerbread Oct 29, 2015

    mjaniec , Oct 29, 2015 :
    You are most probably right - OnePlus One seems like the best of the OnePlus devices so far.

    OnePlus One is the real 2015 flagship killer. At least when you consider OnePlus devices only ;)
     

    #73
  14. snsundhar
    Cupcake Oct 29, 2015


    #74
  15. DEADLYiNDIAN
    Froyo Oct 29, 2015

    DEADLYiNDIAN , Oct 29, 2015 :
    Nexus 6 and Galaxy S6 both these beasts have burn-in issue.
     

    #75
  16. Slatter191
    Lollipop Oct 29, 2015

    Slatter191 , Oct 29, 2015 :
    OPO can never be killed either by OPT or X.

    The only good product by One Plus.
     

    #76
  17. leemartin
    Lollipop Oct 29, 2015


    #77
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  18. TlathamXmahtalT
    KitKat Oct 29, 2015

    TlathamXmahtalT , Oct 29, 2015 :
    What? The OPO has NFC.
     

    #78
  19. bkieu
    Jelly Bean Oct 29, 2015

    bkieu , Oct 29, 2015 :
    I have my first OPO and it's still going strong! I'll stick with it until something is clearly better than my OPO then we'll talk! :D
     

    #79
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  20. mwayner
    Lollipop Oct 29, 2015

    mwayner , Oct 29, 2015 :
    You're gonna have a long wait. :p
     

    #80
    zaphod-beeblebrox and denisk like this.