Okay, guys so I have to admit that I wrote the whole script for the OnePlus Two two weeks back but since I got the Moto X Pure and a bunch of new phones came out, it got delayed plus my thoughts on this phone changed drastically due to lots more phones coming at near the same price as the OnePlus Two. When I first got the OnePlus Two few weeks back, it was undeniably the best smartphone you could buy under $400. Well, fast forward a few weeks and the smartphone world has changed a LOT.
First, let me talk about the screen. The OnePlus Two comes with a 5.5-inch 1080P LTPS LCD screen, which puts it in the same class as the LG G4 and other phablets. This is certainly a phablet type of smartphone for people who enjoy big phones. The biggest disappointment this year is the 1080P resolution on the OnePlus Two. While I wasn’t too disappointed when I got the phone, with Motorola launching Moto X Pure for under $400 with 1440P screen, OnePlus Two simply had its ass whooped. But not all is lost if you absolutely don’t mind having a 1080P screen as it may get you much longer battery life.
Second, the OnePlus Two comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with 3GB of RAM for 16GB version and 4GB of RAM for 64GB version. Performance is snappy when playing games and switching between apps is fast. I haven’t had any issues with performance with this phone yet and it should be on par with most flagships running Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 or 810.
Third, the OnePlus Two has a 13MP F2.0 camera with 4K and OIS. The camera isn’t bad at all and 4K recording is decent. It’s nowhere good as the Note 5 or LG G4 but it does better than many others. Stills are great indoors and video recording is also not bad. Its auto focus likes to wander off at times but other than that, it does a great job, it’s a decent camera for the price you pay.
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