niazi, 16 Jul 2015I am a oneplus fan they must add latest features as snapdragon 820 instead of 810I think SD 820 is still in production. You can't see any SD 820 phones until Q4.
I am a oneplus fan they must add latest features as snapdragon 820 instead of 810
My personal experience in the last 10 years is that every (and I mean EVERY) dual sim phone was terrible. Cant wait to see how this flops...or proves me wrong, I don't care.
with 2 sim card slot this one will be the best option available in market.
Omar, 16 Jul 2015Inventory?U should have dictionary app. It means stock, supply of finished goods, list of items ready for sale.
Soooo, will the OnePlus 3 have 3 SIMs? How many will the OnePlus 4 have I wonder?
Excited and eagerly waiting ..
SD 810 Soc
4GB of LPDDR4 RAM
Dual Sim with 4G support
32/64 GB Memory
Better heating algorith (As rumored)
What more do an end user need...simply awesome....Its going to a Flagship killer and a threat to other OEMs.
Hope it doesn't screw up like other OEMs with 810 Soc for heating problem...
camera is much below satisfaction
not talking only on the basis on the MPs. but overall quality
great news and i think i will wait for it since it's going to be a dual sim and compare it with Xiaomi Mi Note
Choices choices choices.....too many GOOD ANDROID DEVICES ON THE HORIZON. What does one do to nail down the right choice...besides u can only use one device at a time, maybe two for some. I have narrowed mine down to the two upcoming Nexus devices, OnePlus 2, rumored LG G4 Pro, Moto X 2015 and the Note 5. Battery capacity and Storage capacity will be key in my selection...yes the new QSD820 will be my chip of choice.
Would be interesting to see how the 'improved' or 'revised' edition of the 810 SoC performs inside the 1+2
it surely must be one hell of a great phone if it's gonna convince me to sell my iphone 6 and buy the 1+2