Compare OnePlus One vs Wileyfox Swift 2X
|other sensors||Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope||Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope|
|operating system||Android v4.4.2 (Kitkat)||Android v6.0.1 (Marshmallow)|
|sim slots||Single SIM, GSM||Dual SIM, GSM+GSM|
|custom ui||CyanogenMod 11S||-|
|sim size||SIM1: Micro||SIM1: Micro SIM2: Nano (Hybrid)|
|network||4G: Available (supports Indian bands) 3G: Available, 2G: Available||4G|
|audio jack||3.5 mm||3.5 mm|
|chipset||Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AC||Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 MSM8937|
|graphics||Adreno 330||Adreno 505|
|processor||Quad core, 2.5 GHz, Krait 400||Octa core, 1.4 GHz, Cortex A53|
|ram||3 GB||3 GB|
|thickness||8.9 mm||8.8 mm|
|width||75.9 mm||72.2 mm|
|weight||162 grams||155 grams|
|height||152.9 mm||144 mm|
|display type||IPS LCD||IPS LCD|
|screen to body ratio||71.81 %||71.53 %|
|pixel density||401 ppi||424 ppi|
|screen protection||Corning Gorilla Glass v3||-|
|screen size||5.5 inches (13.97 cm)||5.2 inches (13.21 cm)|
|screen resolution||Full HD (1080 x 1920 pixels)||Full HD (1080 x 1920 pixels)|
|touch screen||Yes Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch||Yes Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch|
|internal memory||16 GB||32 GB|
|expandable memory||No||Yes Up to 64 GB|
|camera features||Digital Zoom||Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus|
|image resolution||4128 x 3096 Pixels||4616 x 3464 Pixels|
|sensor||Exmor-R CMOS image sensor||-|
|autofocus||Yes||Yes Phase Detection autofocus|
|shooting modes||High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)||Continuos Shooting, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)|
|resolution||5 MP Front Camera||8 MP Front Camera|
|flash||Yes Dual LED Flash||No|
|video recording||1920x1080 @ 30 fps||1920x1080 @ 30 fps|
|capacity||3100 mAh||3010 mAh|
|wifi||Yes Wi-Fi 802.11, ac/b/g/n/n 5GHz||Yes Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n|
|wifi features||Wi-Fi Direct, Mobile Hotspot||Mobile Hotspot|
|bluetooth||Yes v4.0||Yes v4.1|
|usb connectivity||microUSB 2.0||-|
|network support||4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G||4G (doesn't support Indian bands), 3G, 2G|
|gps||Yes with Glonass||Yes with A-GPS|
|sim 1||4G Bands:TD-LTE 2600(band 38) / 2300(band 40) FD-LTE 2100(band 1) / 1800(band 3) / 2600(band 7) / 1700(band 4) / 700(band 17)3G Bands: UMTS 1700 / 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz2G Bands: GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz 4G Speed: 50 Mbit/s ? 150 Mbit/s ? (LTE category 4)3G Speed: HSDPA 42 Mbit/s ?, HSUPA 5.76 Mbit/s ?GPRS:Available EDGE:Available||4G Bands:FD-LTE 1800(band 3) / 2600(band 7) / 800(band 20)3G Bands: UMTS 2100 / 900 MHz2G Bands: GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz GPRS:Available EDGE:Available|
|sim size||SIM1: Micro||SIM1: Micro SIM2: Nano (Hybrid)|
Price & Rating
|Price||₹ 26,833||₹ 18,390|
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The OnePlus 2 is a hair shorter and narrower than the OnePlus 2, but it's also 8 percent thicker than the newer handset.
The OnePlus 2 is 8 percent heavier than the older smartphone.
The new model switches from a faux metal (plastic) frame to an aluminum/magnesium alloy.
The OnePlus 2 ships again with a sandstone back (likely a thin layer of sandstone on top of plastic) by default, but users can pick up natural wood or kevlar replacement backs from the company's store for US$27 a piece, then swap them out at home.
It's a similar story with the OnePlus One, but if you're looking to go beyond sandstone, your only option is bamboo.
OnePlus stuck with a 5.5-inch screen size for the new model.
While plenty of Android phone manufacturers have moved their flagships into the land of Quad HD, OnePlus stuck with 1080p for its 2015 smartphone.
The company has reportedly upped the contrast ratio on the newer handset, which now rests at 1,500:1, besting the iPhone 6's 1,400:1 panel (at least on paper).
Both devices have IPS display panels.
Both handsets give you the choice between using onscreen or below screen (capacitive) navigation keys.
One of the big additions to the company's 2015 handset, the OnePlus 2 follows in the footsteps of Samsung's and Apple's recent handsets, offering a fingerprint sensor on its front center key.
OnePlus sells both its flagships in 16 and 64 GB of internal storage tiers.
It might be wise to opt for the more spacious internal storage option, though, as there's no microSD card slot on either handset.
The OnePlus One carries one of 2014's most competent chips, but the newer phone's 64-bit, octa core offering is easily the stronger of the two.
The OnePlus 2 has a slightly bigger battery than we saw in the older model.
The megapixel count is identical on both models.
Neither handset has wireless charging tech.
You'll find a standard micro USB connector on the OnePlus One, while the OnePlus 2 makes use of the newer USB Type C standard. It's reversible, so you won't have to fumble around, figuring out which way is up.
A unique addition to the newer handset is a physical toggle for switching among Android's different notification profiles ("All," "Priority" and "None"). On other Lollipop-running phones (including the OnePlus One), you'll need to wake up your phone to make that change.
While the OnePlus One originally shipped with the highly customizable Cyanogenmod flavor of Android, the company has since created its own custom version of Android, known as OxygenOS. That's what you'll now find running on both devices.
The OnePlus 2 will start shipping to some customers starting on August 11. That asterisk next to the OnePlus 2, though, leads us into the next category ...
Buy without invite
Though the OnePlus One is now available for anyone to order, the company resurrected its invite-only system for the OnePlus 2: you'll need to sign up and wait for an invite before you can buy the handset. By the time you get your hands on one, you may also have the option of buying new 2015 flagships from Apple, Samsung (Galaxy Note 5) and Motorola.
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Like its predecessor, the OnePlus 2 offers compelling specs and features at a very reasonable price point ... that is, if you can get your hands on one. Read on as Gizmag compares these two wallet-friendly devices.
The 16 GB version of the OnePlus 2 offers 3 GB RAM, while the 64 GB variant jumps up to 4 GB.
Neither device allows you to swap out its battery.
It's the same story here, with both rear shooters having ƒ/2.0 aperture.
While most high-end smartphones include NFC, OnePlus left it out of its 2015 flagship.
Based on the latest Lollipop flavor of the OS, the skin is pretty close to stock Android, with just a few changes – including those swappable navigation keys, a dark mode, gesture launch shortcuts and pre-installed Swiftkey keyboard.
Both OnePlus' smartphones offer outstanding specs-to-price ratios. Setting aside the annoying invite system for a moment, the OnePlus 2 may sit alongside the Moto X Style (Pure Edition) as the two best bang-for-your-buck Android flagships of the year.