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OPO or OP2? Why?

  1. santoslopez
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2015

    santoslopez , Oct 10, 2015 :
    So Ive been looking into the phones for sometime now and i cant really decide, I see lots of people saying they sold their OP2 because the OP1 is better. What do you think and why?
     

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  2. flokoko
    Eclair Oct 10, 2015

    flokoko , Oct 10, 2015 :
    I am quite happy with my OPT, no problems at all and the price is solid.
    But i don't know the OPO, never had one.
     

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  3. santoslopez
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2015

    santoslopez , Oct 10, 2015 :
    You havent had any noticeable problems? How long have you had your OP2?
     

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  4. Ceasedd
    Marshmallow Oct 10, 2015

    Ceasedd , Oct 10, 2015 :
    I've got both,no problems with any of them.
     

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  5. flokoko
    Eclair Oct 10, 2015

    flokoko , Oct 10, 2015 :
    For 3 weeks now.
    Never had any battery drain or overheating issues.
     

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  6. Espada04
    Honeycomb Oct 10, 2015

    Espada04 , Oct 10, 2015 :
    I have both. Been using the OP2 for a month now and so far I haven't had any issues with it. My coworker on the other hand has been having some trouble with the phone. so I guess YMMV with the phones.


    I just finished playing Bejeweled for about 45 mins now. Haven't noticed any significant heating issue on the phone, though I don't think bejeweled is that gpu/cpu intensive to begin with. XD
     

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  7. santoslopez
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2015

    santoslopez , Oct 10, 2015 :
    which do you recommend and why?
     

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  8. santoslopez
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2015

    santoslopez , Oct 10, 2015 :
    Which do you recommend?
     

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  9. santoslopez
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2015

    santoslopez , Oct 10, 2015 :
    Does it have 4g? How long does the battery last on 1 full charge?
     

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  10. Ceasedd
    Marshmallow Oct 10, 2015

    Ceasedd , Oct 10, 2015 :
    Get both.Why not?
     

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  11. daracsy
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2015

    daracsy , Oct 10, 2015 :
    OnePlus One, mainly because of NFC and it is still a relevant phone for 2015. Cyanogen is another plus as they are still obligated to update until May 2016.
     

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  12. santoslopez
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2015


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  14. santoslopez
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2015

    santoslopez , Oct 10, 2015 :
    I dont really use the NFC on my Galaxy S5 Active, dont think I'll use it much on the OPO, besides the NFC is there anything different between the OPO and OP2?
     

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  15. santoslopez
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2015

    santoslopez , Oct 10, 2015 :
    Wow, thats insane... Did OP try to assist you in fixing the problem or reimburse you?
     

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  17. elchapinde617
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 10, 2015

    elchapinde617 , Oct 10, 2015 :
    both phones are quite nice, but I give the slight edge to OPO due to its design... IMO anyways...
     

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  18. vbds1521
    Eclair Oct 10, 2015


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  19. TakeMyMoney
    KitKat Oct 10, 2015

    TakeMyMoney , Oct 10, 2015 :
    The One is better looking, gives a better user experience, and has a better price.

    The 2 is on its way back.
     

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  20. daracsy
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2015

    daracsy , Oct 10, 2015 :
    Not much beside 810 Snapdragon, USB C, 4 GB RAM. Not much of an upgrade, however, Cyanogen OS is a lot better than Oxygen.
     

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