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Hands-on with the OnePlus 2 and first impressions

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More people are getting their hands on the final version of the OnePlus 2 so we’re gonna be seeing a lot more reviews and impressions in the coming days. The people at The Next Web want to wait for some more prolonged use before they give us a full review of the new smartphone, but to hold us off they’ve decided to publish a quick first impressions article. 

OnePlus’ approach to the smartphone market is to load a device up with the best specs it can for its intended price point, and then use some clever marketing to drive demand and control the flow of sales. It seems to be an approach that’s working well, too, with demand for handsets often seeming to outstrip the supply, which is really the point of its invite system. With a new model now available to buy – and high hopes to live up to – can the OnePlus 2 live up to the hype? We spent a little time with the device to bring you a quick hands-on ahead of our full review. Why on earth am I still holding a pummice stone?” That was my first thought. The rear panel of the device is interchangeable, which is great, if you like an easy way to revitalize your phone in a relatively inexpensive way.

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Scarlett Madison Scarlett Madison is a mom and a friend. She blogs for a living at Social News Watch but really prefers to read more than write. Find her on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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