Oneplus has finally reviled its 2016 flagship killer on 28th July and it will be launched in 64 GB and 16 GB internal storage variants and the 64 GB variant costs $389 (Rs. 24,999/-) and 16GB will cost $329 (Rs. 22,999/-).
Again OnePlus 2 will be sold though invite system and in India it will be available on Amazon from 11th August onwards.
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OnePlus 2 Pros And Cons
Here we have listed some of the pros and cons of the all new OnePlus 2. However, we think the phone is available at an extraordinary price for the specifications and hardware but still the phone is missing some of the must have features, specifically just one. Take a look.
OnePlus 2 Pros
The very first thing about OnePlus 2 is its price, which is definitely a plus point for the device. However, we were expecting some a price bump for the OnePlus 2 but still Oneplus has beautifully managed to keep the price at the sweet spot. i.e. $389 / Rs. 24,999/- for 64 GB model and $329 / Rs. 22,999/- for the 16 GB model.
This time OnePlus 2 also comes with a fingerprint scanner which is a sort of more premium feature for device at this price point but to compete with other flagship device it was necessary. The fingerprint scanner is positioned right on the bottom centre of the phone and it even works as home button on single tap, you can even customize it to open specific app on long press or on double tap.
Earlier 2015, Asus has already taken the crown by launching world’s first 4 GB Ram smartphone and OnePlus 2 will also be available in 4GB / 3GB Ram variants.
Now the phone comes with a gigantic 3300 mAh battery which could definatly give you some decent amount of usage time on the phone.
Even the last year OnePlus 2 was have a decent camera but still it was lacking on some corners and biggest concern was the camera UI & controls. But this time Oneplus has 13 Megapixel rear laser focus camera which can take some sharp photos and for low light conditions it also has dual LED flash and it can also record slow motion videos, time lapses and 4K videos as well.
Other pros include highly talked about USB C port which is a welcomed feature on OnePlus 2 with its own advantages like high speed data transfer, etc. The phone also has alert button which will come handy for quickly switching between different sound profiles (normal, important, no interruptions).
OnePlus 2 Cons
As well all know OnePlus 2 is aimed for the 2016 flagship killer but still few things should not have been there.
As mentioned above OnePlus 2 comes with massive 3300 mAh battery which is defiantly a good thing by sadly OnePlus 2 does not support quick charging which is a major drawback as even MKBHD in his video said it takes up-to 3 hours to charge.
Depending up-on your liking, some of you might love the way OnePlus One looks and me too, but others might be expecting a change in the design, which OnePlus two fails to provide. Even though it has all new metal frame but still looks pretty much the same.
OnePlus One with 5.5 inch display weights at 162g (5.71 ounces) whereas this new OnePlus 2 weights 175g (6.17 ounces). However, it is not a big deal.
OnePlus 2 is a beast performer with its high end specs and hardware but with not so high end price. Let us know what you think of the phone in comment section below.