OnePlus X and OnePlus Two Compared: The Former Being Weaker in Performance, More Details

Meanwhile, both the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X make use of Oxygen OS, which is an interface based on Android Lollipop but includes some extra clever features which make them more useful and different at the same time.

For example, there is a choice of using SwiftKey as your default keyboard when setting up your device. According to OnePlus, they switched to their own operating system for their latest devices, in order to gain more control and implement features quickly. Right now, users will have a choice between Shelf and Google Now launchers.

Once you swipe right from the main display, you’ll get into Shelf. It comes with an interchangeable image at the top, along with location and weather. You will find your most frequently used contact and apps located beneath the image and these will refresh every six hours. At the same time, you can delete them and refresh them with other widgets.

As a result, you can customize it to suit you and your overall needs. Sadly, like every other OnePlus model, you will need an invitation before you can acquire one. What’s worse is that each variant will have their unique invitation. According to OnePlus, they are making only 10,000 Ceramic models, which make it quite a rare piece to own.

Stay tuned for more updates on OnePlus Two and OnePlus X!