05-25-2014 2:40 PM
05-25-2014 9:16 PM
I can't say from personal experience, but I have heard that the volume and call quality weren't that impressive on the OnePlus One. You might also want to look at the Moto G. It won't have 4G, but it is well made by a well known company. I love mine and have already pre-ordered the LTE version that is being released.
05-25-2014 9:25 PM
Thank you Rdeciara. I also heared that about the OnePlus One. I think it had something to do with Cyanogenmod 11. I'll look into Moto G. thanks for the reply.
05-26-2014 5:17 AM
The OnePlus One is the only one of those two that you listed that will get LTE service on AT&T, per the listed specs.
05-26-2014 6:52 AM
05-29-2014 3:30 PM
All those phones look ok to me but the screens are too small for my taste. I actually went with the OnePlus One. It has a 5.5in screen. I was going to get the OPPO find 7 but that didn't support AT&T's LTE. I'll get the phone in a couple of weeks, hopefully I don't regret it. Thanks.
05-29-2014 4:14 PM
Well, that explains why you passed on the Nexus 5, Moto X, and Moto G. I can tell you from experience they are all excellent, but smaller than you want. I really hope you like the OnePlus One. Worst case senario, you can sell the OnePlus One on Ebay if you aren't happy and buy one of the other devices.
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