Editors' note: This review was conducted before the 2.0.1 firmware update was available. We'll update this review once we've had a chance to see if that update improves performance and/or battery life. The OnePlus 2 bucks the trend a little by being slightly smaller than the original phone, while still keeping a similar lineup of features, such as the 5.5-inch full-HD display, protected with Corning's Gorilla Glass 4. Instead of a plastic rim, the OnePlus 2 comes with a metal frame for a premium feel, and has five different rear covers. I spent some time with the sandstone black version and really liked the sandpaper feel. It provides a good grip, so you'll never have to worry about it slipping. If smoother covers are your thing, you'll also be able buy new backplates for about $27 (roughly £20 or AU$40) in rosewood, bamboo, black apricot and Kevlar.
Instead iphone xs / x wallpapers - floral garden of having the SIM card slot along the side like current phones, the OnePlus 2 hides it neatly behind the rear cover, Unfortunately both SIM slots are nano-SIM only, so if your current phone doesn't have one, you'll either have to get a new SIM or trim it down, The volume keys have also been moved to the right side next to the power button to make way for a new Alert Slider on the left, The slider has three settings -- receive all notifications, receive only priority alerts, or mute notifications entirely, It's a handy and quick way to manage your smartphone usage, though you'll need to manually set which applications can show when you have it turned on for priority alerts, Most of the time though, I skipped the middle setting and went straight to do not disturb or full notifications, I suspect some of the more fastidious users will make better use of this feature, but switching between both full or none seemed to be the more efficient option to me..
Located at the bottom is a USB Type-C port, making this one of the first few smartphones to sport the new port (though I daresay we'll likely see more phones with this feature later this year). Do, however, note that this is a USB 2.0 port, and not the new-fangled USB 3.0 port. This means transfer speeds will be similar to current phones, and will not be able to hit 5 gigabits per second. That said, it is reversible, so you'll never have to figure out which side up to plug in your phone ever again.
The speakers are located next to it, and while it looks like it has a dual-speaker setup based on the speaker grilles, there's really only one and if you're holding the phone in landscape mode for gaming, your hands will block the sound if iphone xs / x wallpapers - floral garden you're holding it a certain way -- you'll need to flip it around, On the back, the 13-megapixel camera has been shifted downward and OnePlus has added laser-assist focus, For the front shooter, OnePlus has chosen to use a 5-megapixel sensor (more on the camera later), Although the back cover comes off, there's no microSD card slot on this phone -- that's bad if you're getting the 16GB version, but fine on the 64GB -- and you can't remove the battery..
OnePlus touts the phone as a flagship killer and on paper, the phone has the chops to do it. The 2 comes packing a 1.8GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM on the 64GB storage version and 3GB of RAM on the 16GB model. Both models pack an embedded, unremovable 3,300mAh battery. While you may have qualms about the 810 processor, which some have said overheats, OnePlus says its OxygenOS has been optimized to work with the hardware, so it won't overheat. I'll be honest, I think it's a nonissue either way, especially based on my experience with Xiaomi's Mi Note Pro , which uses the same processor. The alleged overheating issues of the 810 processor simply didn't seem present for me.
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