Why Longer Product Cycles Make Sense for OnePlus

  1. TDroid074
    Gingerbread Dec 21, 2015

    TDroid074 , Dec 21, 2015 :
    Looking back at 2015, OnePlus has had an incredible ride of twists and turns with two product releases and trying to follow up with the smash hit of the OnePlus One. That being said, there seems to be the stigma that the OnePlus Two was not as a huge success over its predecessor. Upgrades were seen as incremental and some features seem to lack the polish that the first device had. Do you guys think that instead of releasing a new product every year, OnePlus should focus on fine tuning and innovating their software for a better user experience? Should OnePlus utilize longer product cycles?

  2. OPFanBoyTillEnd
    Honeycomb Dec 21, 2015

    OPFanBoyTillEnd , Dec 21, 2015 :
    Up to now, it already does. It's been a year and a half between OPO and OP2, or something like that, if I'm not mistaken. Other companies stick to the one a year rule (or the thousands a year as Samsung - at one point Samsung even got the year shorter).

    On the other hand, I think they can keep such schedule or even get it shorter, but they need to improve software-wise. That's mandatory.

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