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OnePlus One vs Nexus 5 speed test, blazingly fast

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The smartphone market is about to get shaken up with the arrival of a new handset that has been labelled as the flagship killer. We now have a OnePlus One vs. Nexus 5 speed test video that provides some blazingly fast results.

There has been a lot of interest in the OnePlus One smartphone and we have already seen a video comparing the device against the Galaxy Note 3, and there have also been specs comparisons with the HTC One M8 and Galaxy S5.

The video we have for you today though highlights the speed of the handset as it is pitted against the Nexus 5, which has the Android OS in its purest form without any added manufacturer bloatware.

On the OnePlus One though we have the custom built firmware that promises to provide a smooth and powerful experience. We won’t spoil the results for you but the YouTube video we have embedded below is comparing boot up speeds between the handsets, with some amazing results.

Will you be considering the OnePlus One?

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8 thoughts on “OnePlus One vs Nexus 5 speed test, blazingly fast”

  1. Reply
    Sam says:

    This phone is too big, I hope they make a miniature version with similar specs like the Sony Z1 Compact.

  2. Reply
    Anthony Johnson says:

    Never ever
    purchase it; I still love my Nexus 5 Smartphone which is one of the best phones
    I have ever had till date. There is no reason to compare it with this so called
    One plus One. If their spec is almost similar, than what about it’s after sale
    service? Nexus 5 has better after sale service support. Not only this, Nexus 5
    comes with advanced hardware feature and one of them which I like the most is
    qi enabled that means I could easily charge my phone by placing it on wireless
    charging pad that I purchased from Amazon by CHOETECH. So I will never take risk
    on this new device.

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      icon13 says:

      Dude, you may change your mind in the future. The same guy who started Oppo is head of Oneplus. Oppo manufactures very high quality electronics. Besides, why do people feel so attached to their phones. Don’t like it? Sell it and get a new one. Phones are so expendable nowadays. It is not even an issue. The real issue is the hundreds of millions of lithium batteries that will be lining our landfills soon due to the cell phone market explosion.

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    Bill B says:

    I’m a fan of the Nexus 5 (I also had a Nexus 4, which I liked a lot). I see no reason to change (except to fix my cracked screen). Honestly, the only reason I would upgrade to a 1+1 is if they announced that the phone’s battery life was significantly better than what I have with my N5. The 1+1 seems like a great phone, but without wireless charging I’m hesitant to make the leap. I’m not a fan of phones larger than the N5. That’s about as big as I would like a phone to be. So, wireless charging and 5.5-inch screen are two reasons I’m sticking with the N5 (unless they say the battery life rocks).

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          icon13 says:

          Ok, I read an article that compared the two and stated Nexus 5 had no GPU. It left me a bit surprised… now I know it was just another journalist that does not know what they are talking about.

  4. Reply
    Brianna says:

    I don’t care what anyone else thinks. Love my n5. And the storage capacity is color coded. I hate that.
    And how many times does one boot a phone a day?

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