Before you answer that question, let me tell you a few things about myself that may help inform your judgment. First, I have a computer science degree and usually make reasoned purchasing decisions when it comes to technology, not all of which is based on pure specifications. I have never waited in a crazy line or camped out to buy an iPhone. Second, I have a law degree; this may be relevant as an indicator that I have a modicum of logical reasoning ability. Third, I like engineers and companies that make some attempt or strive toward caring about more than the products they sell, if for no other reason than that it is good business practice. For example, I prefer Westinghouse and Tesla to Edison. Lastly, I like and truly appreciate, companies such as Intel, Microsoft and Google. I use their products daily and have done so for many years. For example, I’ve built my Windows desktops since the early days of the Intel Retail Edge program, and my personal Gmail address is simply ‘my very common name’ (at) gmail (dot) com.
By now you've likely seen or heard of ONEPLUS, and their "flagship killer" the ONE. If specs were the only thing that mattered, there would be no good argument not to get this phone. The larger capacity ONE brandishes:
5.5inch 1080p 401ppi display, 2.5Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 3Gb of LP-DDR3 RAM, 64Gb of storage, and CyanogenMod 11S OS over Android 4.4.
And none of those is its best spec. Click the link below to learn what the best spec is for OnePlus' self proclaimed "flagship killer."