The OnePlus One offers Samsung Galaxy S5 performance for less than half the price. If that doesn’t make it attractive it also has a customisable OS and a 1080p display. There are a few downsides, but overall the OnePlus One is amazing value for money.
Here is a device that rivals the HTC One M8 and the Samsung Galaxy S5 for raw specs, but at a cost of just £269, $349 (around AU$400). That’s around half the price of those aforementioned big hitters.
Initially you were able to order a 16GB model for £229, $299, but that option now appears to have been removed, with just the 64GB version remaining.
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The company has kept the OnePlus One relatively exclusive, though over the last few months it’s opened the door slightly to non-invitees. Every Tuesday, the OnePlus One becomes available for 24 hours beginning at 8 am GMT. The door promptly closes afterward, but at least access is loosening up slightly.
Much of my early time with the OnePlus One was spent warily turning it around in my hands, like some kind of mysterious artefact of unknown origin, not quite ready to believe what was being promised of it. There has to be some compromise here, right?
Source: Jon Mundy
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