Does the OnePlus One Size Disappoint You? Comparison Pic vs. Flagship Phones [Poll]

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  1. dgstorm

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    We found this handy "little" comparison pic for the OnePlus One versus just about every other flagship device. We can't really call it "little" though, because the new uber-device is anything but that. For many of us, a 6-inch total size device (5.5-inch display) is just too much, but there are a ton of our members who swear by the larger screens. It turns out this new OnePlus One is actually a tiny bit bigger than the Galaxy Note 3, which really pushes the envelope on size, although isn't as dominating as the 6.3-inch Mega. How big is too big?

    Sound off with your opinion of the OnePlus One dimensions in our poll:

    What do you think of the large size of the OnePlus One?

    1. I think it's just right. I prefer larger sized "phablet-style" phones.
    2. It's just too darn big! I want to be able to use my phone one handed.
    3. I'm not sure, and/or just don't have an opinion about it.

     
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    My G2 is as big as I would want to go. If I want a bigger screen I'll break out my N7.

    Tap'd from my LG G2
     
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    Doesn't disappoint me as much as it's just so damn ridiculous. There's a point where a smartphone stops being a smartphone and goes into the tablet zone. This is not even a phablet, it's a tablet with a microphone and "ear hole". Cyanogen needs to stick to the software side (what they do best) and not meddle in hardware design.
     
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    I agree, the lines are getting blurry between what is a tablet size and what is a phone size. Especially if they are calling it a phone. Less than 1 more inch would absolutely need to be called a calling tablet or tablet that had a phone.
     
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    Perfect phone. .. Very affordable. .. I've been waiting for this phone. . Just wish it comes to major carrier so I can say goodbye to Verizon. :)
     
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    It would work with AT&T and TMo, which major carrier are you wishing for?

    Also I'm interested in this phone, specially because of the price; yes I think it's a little on the big side, but as a funny side note, when I was watching reviews back in 2011 about the GNex, people were saying that it was "Too big"
    Funny how things change in a couple of years
     
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    What carrier do u think will carry this phone. . Any announcement yet
     
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    Thanks asgard... I'm hoping t mobile coz they have great deals and reception here in New Jersey
     
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    OnePlus One - OnePlus.net

    Yeah, same here. I'm just waiting for it to be available and I would be leaving verizon faster than any 4G download speed.
     
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    I second this. If I can get this before the Nexus 6 then thats what I am moving to TMobile with. If the release is closer to the Nexus 6 then I will wait to see what they offer.
     
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    The specs are over the top but it appears to be missing a microSD and replaceable battery.
     
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    Too big.

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    Moto X is about as big as I'll go. This phone is the perfect size for me.
     
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