OnePlus 2 Review: 5 Features This Flagship Killer Doesn’t Have

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OnePlus 2 Review: After months of speculation, OnePlus has at last released its new flagship killer smartphone OnePlus 2. The phone which happens to be the successor of its previous best seller OnePlus One, has been touted to be the next big release worldwide, taking on few of the biggest name in the phone industry like iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy Edge.  The smartphone is estimated at Rs 24,999 for the 64GB stockpiling variation.

While its particulars and list of capabilities is first rate at its cost, there are still few things that OnePlus 2 misses. Here are 5 things we wish that the OnePlus 2 should have included.

1. Expandable storage

Dual-SIM slots is always an appreciated expansion, however genuinely we would have favored if an alternative of expandable storage was given. The users only have an option to adjust to either 16GB or 64GB of capacity with the OnePlus 2 and since there is a USB Sort C port, the standard accessible OTG drives and connectors must be utilized with an additional adapter.

2. Higher resolution display

Flagship gadgets from different makers today accompany a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. Be that as it may, OnePlus 2 sticks with a Full HD 1080p presentation, which is the same resolution as OnePlus One. Everyone hoped that OnePlus would have updated the presentation.

3. NFC

More accessories today are accompanying backing for NFC integration. NFC takes into consideration fast matching and a few applications that even utilize it for making remote installments. OnePlus One included NFC, so we couldn’t comprehend why it was expelled from OnePlus 2.

4. IR sensor
Once more, not an exceptionally normal feature, but rather on the off chance that you have utilized the general remote application with an IR sensor on a Samsung or LG telephone, you will know how helpful it is. Incorporation of an IR sensor with a universal remote application, for example, Peel would have been awesome.

5. Quick Charge:
OnePlus One needed backing for quick charge along with Qualcomm chipset, and now even the OnePlus 2 additionally does not support it. With Quick Charge 2.0, good cell phones can charge at a quicker pace than usual phones.