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OnePlus Two Mobile Phones (3GB Ram/16GB Rom) US $415.00 (AU $583.49) Delivered @ FocalPrice

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Oneplus 2 Kevlar 5.5" 4G Smartphone IPS-NEO Capacitive 1920X1080 H2OS (Based on Android 5.1) 64bit Octa-core Snapdragon 810 1.8GHz 3GB RAM & 16GB ROM 13MP (Black)

Main Features
Brand & Model Oneplus 2
Version Kevlar
Phone Style 4G smartphone
Phone Standard GSM, WCDMA
SIM Card Configuration Dual SIM card dual standby
SIM Card Type Nano SIM card
Network Support 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz,
4G: LTE FDD 1800/2100/2600MHz
LTE TDD(TD-LTE) 1900/2300/2500/2600MHz
Operating System H2OS (based on Android 5.1)
CPU 64bit Octa-core Snapdragon 810 1.8GHz CPU
GPU Adreno 430
Messaging SMS, MMS
Languages English, Afrikaans, Asturianu, Azerbaycanca, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu, Catala, Cestina, Dansk, Deutsch, Eesti, Espanol, Filipino, French, Hrvatski, IsiZulu, Italiano, Kiswahili, Latviesu, Lietuviu, Luxembourgish, Magyar, Nederlands, Norsk, Polish, Portuguese, Romana, Rumantsch, Slovencina, Slovenscina, Suomi, Svenska, Vietnamese, Turkish, Uyghur, Greek, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Hindi, Thai, Korean, Japanese, Simplified/Traditional Chinese
Additional Features
Bluetooth V4.1
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4/5.0GHz dual band
TV N/A
Supported Audio MP3, WMA, AMR, AAC, WAV, OGG, FLAC
Supported Video MP4, WMV, 3GP, MPG, AVI, RMVB, MOV, MKV
Supported Image BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG
Camera Front camera: 5.0 MP, rear camera: 13.0 MP camera with dual-LED flashlight and laser focus
Java Supported N/A
FM Radio Supported Yes
Built-in Games N/A
GPS/A-GPS Supported Yes
Data Interface Type-C USB
Earphone Interface 3.5 mm
Functions Fingerprint, Ebook, Email, Calendar, Agenda, Memo, Calculator, Alarm clock, Voice recorder, Light sensor, G-sensor, Proximity sensor, Acceleromete, Compass, Gyroscope, Fast charge (5V, 2A), RGB notify light, Smart wake, Tethering & portable hotspot
Memory
Built-in Memory RAM: 3G, ROM: 16GB
Card Slot N/A
Screen
Touch Screen Corning III Gorilla Glass, latest IPS-NEO tech, In-cell tech, 600nits, 1500:1 contrast, 178 degree visual angle Capacitive
Size of Display 5.5"
Resolution 1280X720
Battery & Power
Battery Non-removable lithium polymer battery
Capacity 3300mAh
Product Details (without package and accessories)
Dimensions 151.8 x 74.9 x 9.85 mm
Weight 175 g

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  • +7 votes

    Probably best to post $AU…..currently $583.49 for 16GB
    Very average!
    No NFC :(

  • +1 vote

    probably should put 16GB rather than 3GB in the subject - people care more about the storage space rather than the ram.

    cant believe these guys are still making 16GB phones with no card slot.

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    Why are these so popular?
    Because cheaper than flagship Samsung?

    Thanks.

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      I just posted it because there is so much hype over oneplus 2.

      I don't understand it myself.

      I'd rather buy a elephone P8000 for US$149.99 delivered from JD.com. which has better screen res, same ram + rom, but slower processor - but less than half the price

      or a Lenovo k3 for US$134.99 - again - slightly lower specs but totally good value for the price.

    • +1 vote

      I personally like this because it's design is pretty nice, with the changeable backplate and the hardware seems to be on par or better than the Samsung phones.

      Also, they seem to support rooting phones and flashing custom firmware on them.

      All at a cheaper price than most of the other flagships.

    • +1 vote

      because of specs for price.

    • +1 vote

      as a OnePlus One user - there's a bunch of things, the nearly stock android os is nice, and the camera is one of the first that can record at 4k video.

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      The original one was popular because it was significantly cheaper than other flagships. Now they not much difference. It also hasn't helped the aud has depreciated so much.

  • +9 votes

    I'd take the LG G4 over this phone

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      At this price, I probably would too. Just a shame about poor AUD. Having said that, plenty of other decent chinaroid around for my money. And some are well made too.

    • +1 vote

      me too any day LG over this for better screen resolution and freedom to upgrady memory, change battery, wireless charging nfc etc

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        I'd personally prefer a lower resolution screen for better battery life and performance.

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          If you like taking photos and transferring from your DSLR, more resolution is always better :)

          That's why I prefer LG with 2k resolution over oneplus two

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          @codename47:

          That's why I prefer LG with 2k resolution over oneplus two

          At the size of the phone, does the resolution really make much difference? Unless you have really good eyesight, it shouldn't be able to pick up the resolution on such a small screen.

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          @ProjectZero: It's good for smashing the battery. Give me HD any day.

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          @ProjectZero:Yes you can, pixel density is visible. If size had no impact why are they even making 2k screens? 2K vs 4k will be a huge difference too, only if you are into it. Battery life will be slightly less than hd/fhd screens.

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          @codename47: The only time I noticed the pixels was on my note 2 (HD) on a 5.5" screen. I've only ever noticed the pixels on my Z3 (FHD) on a 5.2" screen if i concentrate hard enough. Could be my eyes are bad but if you were only glancing at it or focusing on the video rather than pixel count you might not notice the difference between 2k and FHD.

          2K vs 4k will be a huge difference too, only if you are into it.

          As per my original statement above, only if you really focus. it's why 1080 PC monitors are still the norm for more people… there isn't really a need for 2k or 4k until you reach the size of a TV

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          @ProjectZero: I know what you mean :) I am currently using Lenovo K3 note which is just FHD compared to my wife's lg g3 (that I gifted her -_-). I actually miss the sharpness and contrast that you get on 2k and higher resolution screens compared to 1080p

          I use my phone to transfer my Nikon D610 photos straight to my phone and then make adjustments if required (yes I have a wifi SD card). So resolution does matter to me when am viewing the photos :) I hope that makes sense ?

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          @codename47: yeah makes sense, the reason why I wanted clarification is because everyone always things higher resolution is better when in fact unless you really need it/can see the difference, it really doesn't make the phone any better.

          On a side note, how does the wifi SD cards work? do you paid it to your phone and it's good? is it self powered? I have a 7D and might be interested in getting one however, never really looked into the option.

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          @ProjectZero: Yes, if you have 7d I think you should get it. I bought it recently from ebay. It's the Toshiba Flashair , I paid around $26 for 16 gb on some deal.

          It is powered by battery, you can also download the app on phone to connect.
          however, you wont be able to transfer raw images

  • +5 votes

    Awful price. Oneplus one hit wonder.

    Although I do love my OPO the 2 is really unappealing. That Huawei tightarse posted is far more appealing than this.

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    No MicroSD or expansion storage support. :(
    Not only does it matter on storage, but external storage can be removed in case the phone has problem.

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    is this 2 phones …its all confusing…one plus one two phones for that price?

  • +1 vote

    Without going into which phone is better, the 1+2 price seems to have risen rapidly (hype train?) from the original US$329. I would avoid this phone untill the price normalises and actual bargains surface. There seems alot of emotional/impulse buying going on.

  • +1 vote

    Yeah I'm in the same boat as others here… this is really disappointing.

    I've been keeping an eye on the OnePlus Two and had already made my mind up weeks ago when the specs were released that I wouldn't bother with this one.

    I bought the OnePlus One for about $440 AUD delivered when it first came out and when it genuinely WAS a "flagship killer".

    The Two isn't.
    They haven't done a thing with the screen since the One and they've continued with the same fairly boring design.
    The camera is more or less the same too.

    All they've really done is beef up the processor and slap on a fingerprint scanner and that's pretty much the extent of it…

    If it was sub $450 delivered, it would be appealing.
    But at nearly $600 … not a chance.

    I'll probably be going with the Moto X Style when it comes out.

  • +1 vote

    Pretty expensive for a "flagship killer"…

  • +1 vote

    not that cheap now huh…think i'll stick to the new Nexus 5

  • +1 vote

    Love my OPO, not going anywhere near this.

    They've lost the plot even more, recently.

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    This is more like a 1+1.5
    No reason for me to upgrade yet.

    OPO released at the right time with the right price. Instead of spending heaps of money on advertising they've went for a more discreet style of generating hype in order to sell their OPO at reasonable price. If they dont have more tricks in their bag I highly doubt they'll survive in the smart phone business.

  • +1 vote

    I gave into the hype and received mine a few days ago, Build quality is very nice but some things do not work E.G the finger print scanner is really hit and miss. Screen is very nice though.

    In saying this I would not recommend this phone to anyone.

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      the finger print scanner is really hit and miss.

      I don't know, I think this is a common trait… my Tab S 8.4 is a hit and miss as well >_>

  • +1 vote

    Wouldn't the LG G4 be a better option?
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/208388

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    This is not cheap for something that's supposed to be high end for a low price. If you wait for a named brand to go on discount, you'll get it for close to these prices.

    Can buy G4 right now cheaper than this, with 32GB, and has SD card slot and better screen.

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