I recently got a chance to try out the "Flagship Killer" OnePlus One. I've had the phone for a week, here's my review.
I love this phone. IT should be available to purchase by the end of this month!
Same here. Absolutely love it. Amazing value for money and they keep improving it through updates. The latest update allows you to save your picture in RAW format,for instance, plus they fixed some issues with the touch-screen, although I didn't have any problems with that. It also looks and feels gorgeous and high-end.
Why don't you buy on eBay? Im in Mozambique and already bought 2 one for me and one for my wife. It's just fantastic.
Meaning available everywhere? Can this phone us a 128gb SDXC card?
Phone doesn't have an SD slot.
That is a great phone for the price, and no wonder if people go for that ... a great alternative to devices with big branding ...
I have yet to buy a $500 phone. I did buy the Lumia 920 when it first came out, but other than that the most I have ever spent on a phone is $299. I felt stupid for even spending that much lol.
the most i paid for a phone is $700 and i did regret it. while this phone is getting great reviews and tons of attention i rather still hold off untill people had it for long term and see how the phone is after a year of heavy everyday use.
and people doing it all the time spent $699 for a phone?!?!... my phone only $49 with no contract, thank you very much.
Too bad it's near damn impossible to buy one!
I am going to buy this phone when it comes out this month, then when QUALCOMM comes out with their Snapdragon 810, I will buy OnePlus Two or a Galaxy S6, then give the OnePlus One to my wife. I was very much anticipating the new Nexus phone, but the size is just too big!!! I want a phone no bigger then 5.5" inches, that's my limit for portability as a handheld, any bigger I'll just use a tablet!
Well, I never have bought a phone that cost $500+ (and yes, including "discounted with 2 year contract" phones, sans contract) ....soooo, mission accomplished?
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