With the Oneplus 2, the new range of smart phones from the smartphone manufacturer, Oneplus, there is one thing you cannot miss out. It has got the amazing technology called Oxygen OS that is a very efficient platform for multi-tasking. You can use this amazing gadget to browse the internet, chat with your friends and family, shoot your favorite videos, and do just about anything. But, what really makes it stand out is the unique feature of having a built in GPS.
The Oneplus 3 camera has got an impressive oneplus nord ce camera as well. With a resolution of 13 megapixels, this camera has got great clarity and color rendering. For example, a normal eye-level photograph taken using the Oneplus 3 camera would end up with a very small file size, right? The resolution of the camera ensures that the photo would be big enough to be viewed easily even by the tiny pixels. So, if you have plans to download some old pictures onto your new device, don’t forget to take them with the Oneplus Nordic CE. All your old pictures would look like new.
If you still remember, the Oneplus brand of smartphones was known for having a really large screen and a high resolution, just like the iPhone and the HTC Evo. However, the company has now upped the ante by introducing another mid-range smartphone that also features an impressively large and bright screen. In fact, the display size of this smartphone is just smaller than that of the iPhone, but it still manages to pack in a lot of power. In terms of the camera, the Oneplus Nord CE comes with a main camera, a six megapixel shooter, a touch image sensor, and optical zoom.
So, what are these devices made of? Well, aside from the metallic body of the Oneplus Nord CE, it comes with a sleek glass-bodied design, complete with a curves on the sides. In terms of the physical hardware, this mid-range smartphone has a symmetrical dual-screen design with a large, 16 mp main camera located at the back, and a fingerprint sensor located at the center. On the other hand, the Nokia E71 model has a slightly different approach, as it uses a dual curved screen instead of the one located at the back. This allows the phone to take pictures in a portrait mode, although it does not offer the same optical zoom as the one found on the Oneplus.
Speaking of cameras, the Oneplus has a pair of high definition cameras with different lens configurations, for example, there is a 12.2 mp one lens, a 9.7 mp monochrome lens, and a 2.0 mp color lens. There is also a self-cleaning sensor, and a data storage slot, which allows you to store up to four thousand songs, sixty images and thirty documents. The Oneplus also sports a solid state drive, or SSD, rather than having a traditional hard drive. One big difference between this device and others is that it offers a full QWERTY keyboard, including the control keys, which makes typing a lot easier. The downside to this, of course, is that you cannot add additional characters to the keyboard, like you can with an iPhone. This model also lacks a cellular speaker, although it can be easily added through software or via the Bluetooth feature.
Finally, let us look at the battery. Despite being a mid-budget phone, the Oneplus has managed to squeeze in a powerful battery, clocking in at over ten hours. This is more than the eight hour battery Life offered by the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Mini, and is just a bit short of the Motorola DROID Advanced’s record of eleven hours. The Oneplus is one of the few android phones that offer full navigation buttons along with a decent size and bright screen. In short, if you are looking for a phone that will allow you to stay connected and busy on the go, the Oneplus is the phone for you.