The only reservations I had about this phone were negative reviews of the camera, and the fact that it didn't have the Super AMOLED display I'd grown to love about Samsung phones. Still, I reasoned that a good user experience would trump a fancy camera or super (unnecessarily?) high pixel density, and for the most part, I was right. The OnePlus One runs smooth like butter and as efficient as a well-trained butler. No problems so far. The camera's not stellar, but I mainly use that for Snapchats anyway. On all other accounts, I am in love with this phone!
Really promising device, but it stayed that way! had touch sensitivity issues, yellow band on the display, I really like the idea hence the like! other wise a bad execution of the idea. Had to return it
OnePlus. The company that was just recently created.
I trusted them.
They abused my trust.
I bought the international version from a 3rd party seller in Europe, because it was not available in the official store, when I needed it. Good job OnePlus. That was less than three months ago. Last week the screen randomly decided that it has had enough and started showing beautiful colourful and also some black stripes straight through the screen. From the top to the bottom. Nice one, OnePlus!
Wait that's not all. I created a ticket at the customer service of OnePlus and explained them with all detail, what has happened. Afer a full week I got a reply. One full week! Again, nice one.
They told me, that I don't have warranty on the phone, because I bought it at a 3rd party seller. Thats number four: Good job OnePlus!
Resumé: Not buying there again. Ever. And for you guys out there reading this, do not buy anything from OnePlus, if you do not want to risk to get faulty hardware.
My most favourite phone even in 2016's.. Good Company Policies.. Bad customer service.. Very good product.. Nothing to compete in 2014 & 2015 also.. Still very powerful among others..
Finally Great Developer Support than any device I see...
On the days I don't think the Moto G was the best thing ever, this is the best thing ever. Very very fast. It's still relevant in 2016 and has some of the best dev support out there. I'm glad I had a chance to own this legend. It did randomly reboot occasionally, no matter what ROM I was using.
My fourth Android. Man what a device! Lot of power, performant CyanogenOS (still flashed it with CyanogenMod). Together with custom kernel and xposed modules, i get 3 full days of battery time! (6-8 hours screentime). But it have 2 negative points for me: the display compared to samsung, and the lack of LTE 800mhz.
Good overall phone. The camera was not great though, and it had the infamous touch issue that was never fixed (hardware issue). Also, it had cracks on the screen, without any impact, and the customer service asked to pay even for the analysis of the issue. It's a no go, and I switched again, less than 6 months after buying it. I still have it as a spare phone though.
Pretty good phone, very poor customer service.
The best phone I ever had. Total control over the camera and OTG devices. Great battery life, the best speed of its interface completely customizable.
Its cost was half of the flagship rivals with equal hardware and the best performance in the time.
Has Cyanogenmod (the best Android ROM) as its operating system and had constant updates for two years.
Beautiful velvety plastic design on the back and clean front with no scratch resistant logo.
I bought it on the first sale and unfortunately its screen turned yellow on a lower edge for two weeks. The company solved this later and because of its low availability, it became a very exclusive cell phone that very few could buy. When you saw a stranger with the same cell phone, you could start a conversation with someone who was happy with their purchase for value for money and for and by sharing a decision as a consumer of a brand that they did not spend on marketing, warehouses, sales rooms. All the money you paid for was the product you had in your hands.