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  1. xxhbmxx's Avatar
    That's the one thing holding me back from the Nexus 6, the price. I would have gotten the 5 but I was very happy happy with my Moto X. The price point was fantastic. I will say that if I could get the OnePlus 2 on Sprint, I might opt for that.


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    The Nexus 6's price is still lower than the IPhone 6 plus's. If you're considering choosing the Oneplus Two then No. Last year's one plus one was really good and all but this year it just doesn't have all the features current flagships have. No Quad HD,no NFC and the same 13 megapixel camera on the back.I would say that the moto X style is way better.And getting the Oneplus Two is not something easy.It still has last year's infamous invite system so you might want to reconsider that.

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    08-01-2015 02:18 AM
  2. Raptor007's Avatar
    For me I switch back and forth every year. This year will be different as I plan to own both platforms and simply swap my SIM as needed. In the past I would get bored with iOS and go straight back to Android and each fall give it another try, a bit costly. So this year it will be both big flagship phones, 6S Plus and a Moto X 2015 or a Nexus though not sure which Nexus just yet until they announce. So both OS's two phones swap and be happy.
    08-01-2015 02:21 PM
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