Those two phones are lacking some of the features that the OnePlus team placed in its second handset, like a USB Type-C connector, laser autofocus, or a fingerprint scanner, but they do have NFC, for instance, unlike the OnePlus 2. In any case, we wanted to ask you if you still consider the OnePlus 2 the best value-for-money handset, like its predecessor undoubtedly was when announced.
On paper, the OnePlus 2 delivers Snapdragon 810, OIS camera with laser autofocus, USB-C, a 4GB/64GB combo, unique side and home buttons, and all the rest of the jazz for less than $400. There is still an invite system, though, and considering last year's time lag before the phone was widely available for the announced price, we are curious what you think about this year's OnePlus edition. Take your pick, and sound off below.