OnePlus 2

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By Know Your Mobile on 90

Is the OnePlus 2 still a good buy? Yes – it's cheaper than the Nexus 6P and still packs in plenty of performance where it counts.If budget is an issue this handset should definitely be on your radar, however, if you just want a good phone that has tons...

By Expert Reviews on 100

With so much going for it at such a great price, there's no denying that the OnePlus 2 is a fantastic handset that's great value for money. Its battery life and display may not be as good as the Moto X Play, but its excellent camera and super-fast...

By gamegrin.com on 60

I decided to buy the OnePlus 2 as I was really getting annoyed at my old phone (Samsung Galaxy 5) being very slow and having a lot of errors. I shopped around looking at what would be best for me, and tried the Motorola Moto X Play, but although I...

By TopNewReview on

OnePlus's new entry in the smartphone market is only the second in its short history but will it stand tall among giants?OnePlus is a new player in the game and with the release of the OnePlus 2 it has launched only its second attack on the ever...

By Know Your Mobile on 90

The OnePlus 2 was OnePlus' tricky second album. All eyes were on the company, after the success it enjoyed with the OnePlus One. Topping the handset wouldn't be too difficult – just add in updated specs and hardware.But could OnePlus fix all the issues...

By The Inquirer on

WITH ONEPLUS having scrapped its invite-only system of old, the OnePlus 3 is now available for anyone to pick up , and at £309 SIM-free, the premium smartphone could prove a more attractive proposition than its Galaxy S7 and HTC 10 rivals. However,...

By techadvisor.co.uk on

The OnePlus 3 is a significantly better buy than the OnePlus 2, with a nicer metal design, superb performance and an improved camera, but the OnePlus 2 continues to offer excellent value at £249 if your budget is lower.Tags:Smartphones,AndroidShare this...

By gizmochina.com on

Chinese smartphone market is full of affordable flagships that both have great specs and performance. However, how do they stack up against each other? This is the comparison of OnePlus 2, Letv Le 1 Pro, ZTE Axon Elite and Meizu MX5, which is brought to...

By gizmochina.com on

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By techadvisor.co.uk on

The OnePlus 2 is undoubtedly the more powerful and futureproof phone, but the OnePlus X is attractive as a cheaper, smaller handset with support for microSD (albeit at the expense of dual-SIM connectivity). So while the OnePlus 2 will be the better...

By techadvisor.co.uk on

The OnePlus 2's killer feature is that sub-£300 price tag, which makes it very tricky to justify spending close to or more than double that on an iPhone. The OnePlus 2 offers specs and features that far exceed expectations for its price tag, but opting...

By gizmodo.co.uk on

Sure. This is a very good phone that'll cost significantly less than its closest competitor, which in this case will likely be the forthcoming Moto X style. You have time to decide whether you want to buy this phone or the pricier Moto X Style, because...

By MobileSyrup on

It's August, which means that kids are filling their backpacks with pens, paper, textbooks and – oh, who are we kidding, no one uses those things anymore.Students want tech , and that's why our Back To School Guide features the best smartphones ,...

By tech-boom.com on

OnePlus just launched officially the OnePlus 2. Finally, as had been speculated, the OnePlus 2 comes to market with a 5.5-inch display achieves a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, and under his carcass fueled by a Snapdragon 810 processor eight-core,...