I'll wait for the reviews, but pricing is pretty good. My current driver is the LG G2. If you look at the OnePlusOne and the LG G2, aside from the back button, they have the same look and feel. Externally, style wise, there wouldn't be much of a major change.
I was excited until I realized this thing is only slightly smaller than a Samsung Note 3. I have big hands but I am not a fan of big phones, so this will sadly be a pass for the time being. Plenty of other good phone announcements in the coming months.
The only thing that's giving me pause is the size. My N5 is perfectly sized and I don't know about moving to a device that's the same size as a Note 3. I guess at $349 for the 64g I'll just "try it". 😒
I kinda feel the same way. But this fixes literally all of my complaints about the Nexus 5, and I may end up breaking even after selling. It'd be silly not to
That's where I'm at. The only reservation I have is that T-Mobile is about to convert a whole bunch of 2G-only Band 2 areas to Band 2 LTE, which the US version of the Nexus 5 supports but the OPO does not.