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When will the Oneplus One be obselete

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When will the Oneplus one be obsolete

  1. 1 year

    35.4%
  2. 2 years

    32.6%
  3. 3 years

    22.2%
  4. 4 years

    5.6%
  5. 5 years

    6.3%
  6. 6 years

    2.1%
  7. 7 years

    2.8%
  8. 8 years

    0.7%
  9. 9 years

    0.7%
  10. 10 years

    4.9%
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  1. oneplusisbest
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 30, 2014

    oneplusisbest , Apr 30, 2014 :
    As a consumer I take good care of my products and treat them well. It has been ablaut two years since I last upgraded my phone (iPhone 3g) and it is the slowest thing ever. How long does the Oneplus one have until it feels like the slowest thing ever? Thanks.

    I guess in retrospect my phone is 5 years old, but I got it 2 years ago.
     

    #1
  2. milkdude
    KitKat Apr 30, 2014

    milkdude , Apr 30, 2014 :
    Technology moves faster than our desire to change phones. because about the time your getting used to your new technology. along comes one thats better.
     

    #2
  3. FargoBison
    Honeycomb Apr 30, 2014

    FargoBison , Apr 30, 2014 :
    After two years it will probably really start showing its age like most phones do. I think the relationship with Cyanogenmod should help it stay relevant a bit longer.
     

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  4. rafad81
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 30, 2014


    #4
  5. polluted
    Gingerbread Apr 30, 2014


    #5
  6. oneplusisbest
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 30, 2014


    #6
  7. oneplusisbest
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 30, 2014

    oneplusisbest , Apr 30, 2014 :
    I am so sorry how do I put them in.
     

    #7
  8. nik_pa
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 30, 2014

    nik_pa , Apr 30, 2014 :
    Technology wise it'll go from flagship to 2nd tier once the 805 phones start shipping. If rumors are to be believed that could be as early as June with the S5 prime w QHD and the 805 or their own Exynos 5430 Octa-Core depending the rumor you read.

    Practically though people will keep it 1-2 years as with most phones, some more and some less.
     

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  9. virgil1981
    KitKat Apr 30, 2014


    #9
  10. Tom Gray
    Jelly Bean Apr 30, 2014

    Tom Gray , Apr 30, 2014 :
    4-5 months when the Nexus 6 comes out. Everyone will play this game all over again slamming that refresh button.
     

    #10
  11. rafad81
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 30, 2014


    #11
  12. matd20012001
    Gingerbread Apr 30, 2014

  13. Tom Gray
    Jelly Bean Apr 30, 2014

    Tom Gray , Apr 30, 2014 :
    I dunno... Going from almost no bloat to a totally bloated phone is a hard task to do... Many might hold out a bit.
    For us people who lock stock, it's hard to go back away from it.
     

    #13
  14. virgil1981
    KitKat Apr 30, 2014

    virgil1981 , Apr 30, 2014 :
    Think they officially said end of may for release.
     

    #14
  15. Julius83
    Froyo Apr 30, 2014

    Julius83 , Apr 30, 2014 :
    prob only til like the second half of the year, then itll start showing its age
     

    #15
  16. Deactivated User
    Apr 30, 2014


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  17. Apogee
    Gingerbread Apr 30, 2014

    Apogee , Apr 30, 2014 :
    Lol 6-9 months. That's the cycle of phones nowadays. 2 per year or 1 per year for all your larger companies.

    If you're talking about just how long it'll last in terms of usability, probably awhile depending on how far we go with wearable tech. I'll give it 2 years. The Nexus 4 lasted me 2 years, I'm sure the OnePlus One, with its specs, can do the same.
     

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  18. master94
    Jelly Bean Apr 30, 2014

    master94 , Apr 30, 2014 :
    Tech moves fast, it will be obsolete within weeks, but I dont care it does everything I need it too and for half the price.
     

    #18
  19. Darnell
    Jelly Bean Apr 30, 2014

    Darnell , Apr 30, 2014 :
    I think when 2K phones become the standard, the OnePlus One's light will start to wither and die. But by then, my hope is that OnePlus will stay the course and be a big player in the smartphone scene. I'll have the 2K OnePlus phone in 2016.

    (my hundredth message) :D
     

    #19
  20. strausd
    Donut Apr 30, 2014

    strausd , Apr 30, 2014 :
    It depends on what aspect of the phone you are talking about, and what it is going to be compared to. If we are comparing to high end flagships costing $700+, then within a year. If we are talking about the majority of "smartphones" in the sub-$300 range, it could be much longer.
     

    #20
    FargoBison likes this.