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Pro Near stock Android experience
OxygenOS is a fork of AOSP. The fork is kept lightweight with relatively few changes to the stock Android experience. It adds features such as off-screen buttons, customizable buttons, SwiftKey Keyboard and RAW support.
Pro Good value for money
An unclocked 16GB model costs $329 and a 64GB model costs $389.
Pro Good performance
The OnePlus Two performs very well thanks to its Snapdragon 810 processor and 4GB of RAM. It had some of the best hardware available, combined with 'only' a 1080p display which require the GPU to work as hard.
Pro Great display
The 1080p IPS display on the OnePlus 2 is very high quality. Before checking the specifications, MKBHD thought the display was 2K
Pro Fast fingerprint scanner
A finger print sensor is accessible on the front of the device, which makes unlocking the phone convenient and personalized. Resting your finger on the scanner will unlock the phone without the need to press a button first.
Con Not true USB 3.1 Type C
While the OnePlus 2 does indeed have a USB-C port, it doesn't use USB-C's faster data transfers. It uses the old USB 2.0 speeds as opposed to newer phone with USB-C which use USB 3.1.
Con Lacks wireless charging
OnePlus did not include wireless charging in the OnePlus 2.
Con Lacks quickcharging
There is no quickcharge available for the OnePlus 2. Supposedly this was a sacrifice so that they could be one of the first to have a USB Type C port.
Con Lacks NFC
NFC isn't something that most users require, however there are a number of users that will miss it. Anybody that is interested in Android Pay as a wireless payment solution has no chance of trying that out while they use the OnePlus 2, and anybody that has invested in NFC tags around the home or office will not be able to use them. Other conveniences such as NFC printers will also not work.