Please feel free to share issues, questions and offer help. Noob questions are welcomed.
It is always best to thank an answer instead of posting "Thank you".
Please keep discussion focused, on questions pertaining to the Oneplus One
Attention : CDMA networks are not supported. USA providers and frequencies
AT&T: GSM+LTE, 2G/3G: 850MHz & 1900MHz, 4G: 700MHz, 1700MHz/2100MHz
T-Mobile: GSM+LTE, 2G/3G: 1900MHz, 1700MHz/2100MHz. 4G: 1700MHz/2100MHz
Metro PCS: GSM+CDMA+LTE, 2G/3G: 1700MHz/2100MHz, 1900MHz. 4G: 1700MHz/2100MHz
Attention : CDMA networks are not supported. Canadian providers and frequencies
Rogers GSM 850/1900, HSPA 850/1900, LTE Band 4 (AWS), Band 7 (2600)
Bell HSPA 850/1900, LTE Band 4 (AWS), Band 7 (2600)
Telus HSPA 850/1900, LTE Band 4 (AWS)
Virgin HSPA 850/1900, LTE Band 4 (AWS)
Koodo HSPA 850/1900, LTE Band 4 (AWS)
Wind HSPA (AWS or 1700/2100MHz)
Mobilicity HSPA (AWS or 1700/2100MHz)
Source @klvnhng , @force70
Sensor 13 Megapixel - Sony Exmor IMX 214
Lenses 6 lenses to avoid distortion and color aberration
Front Camera 5 Megapixel - Distortion free
Video 4K resolution video with stereo recording Slow Motion: 720p video at 120fps
PORTS, SLOTS, BUTTONS AND INDICATORS
Ports Data & Charging: Micro USB 2.0
Audio: Jack 3.5mm
Buttons Power Button
Capacitive / On-screen buttons
SIM 1 slot - Micro SIM
Indicators 1 LED notification light (multicolored)
Speakers Built-in Stereo Speakers
Microphones Tri-microphone with noise cancellation
Hey guys seeing as this is a world phone let's try to separate all the chatter up. Let's discuss what carriers you're on and how your experiences are like. I for one will be on T-Mobile and taking advantage of all the LTE frequencies.
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Lucky you... as I'm from Germany, I can't take advantage of all the LTE frequencies because of the lack of support for the 800 Mhz band. Anyway, great to see another RC here!
Current device: Oneplus One 64 GB Sandstone Black No support via PM! Please ask in a public thread, I'll help you as much as I can.
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