I was really looking forward for a wide angle lens. Too bad, Chinese copy only American brands not Korean. Hopefully this camera will be great in its own way. A 4000 mA battery sounds amazing though.
God one plus... seriously? $500?
Don't you remember how your company
People in us can get S8 for the same or even
Less with the trade in discount right now
Not to mention they do provide much better
Warranty service as well
This one isn't going to do well at least in US
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2017For OnePlus 6, I predict they make the two cameras vertical instead of horizontal. Then the... moreOp3 was launched on m so it makes sense for 2 updates. Even Google doesn't update more than twice. What are you talking about?
Kangal, 19 Jun 2017Based on what we know the OnePlus won't be a "market disruptor" like the first OnePlus One (64... moreJust because you have a different preference to other people, doesn't mean that they're already considered as sheep. They have different wants and needs so you should respect that.
For OnePlus 6, I predict they make the two cameras vertical instead of horizontal.
Then they announce that OP3 and OP3T will not get Android P.
Just a guess.
Ramouz, 19 Jun 2017Except that Apple has a solid software while OnePlus does not. All these great phones with gre... moreClearly you know nothing about OnePlus devices nor have you ever owned one. The OnePlus 3/3T is one of the most reliable and stable phones on the market. The software is highly optimized and is nearly bug free. There is no android phone that can compete in pure speed and smoothness. LG on the other hand is known for garbage software, and sits next to Samsung in regards to laggy phones. In terms of software, there is no android phone that can beat the OnePlus 3/3T
More and more iPhonish. Sad, but i have to delete OnePlus from list of possible phones to buy. Look more and more to Huawei P10 plus. It's more expensive, but now not so dramatically. OnePlus 5 became more expensive than it can excuse it's copycat look and semi-midrange specs. They going LG way.
Based on what we know the OnePlus won't be a "market disruptor" like the first OnePlus One (64GB) or the second-time OnePlus 3.
However, a lot of the blind sheep will buy one without waiting for the reviews.
So then what separates this from the likes of Samsung's Galaxy or Apple's iPhone?
I'm going to do the responsible thing and WAIT, and do my due diligence before upgrading my phone. I suggest people do the same regardless if its a knock-off or a magical iPhone.
Except that Apple has a solid software while OnePlus does not. All these great phones with great hardware do not matter if the software is buggy. My LG G5 is great and stable. Has a few bugs but nothing major.
artyshat, 19 Jun 2017If it wont have a 4K battery or Bluetooth 5 i can just pay extra 50/100 euro and get Samsung S... moreThe 3300mAh battery seems to make sense, because the S8 with bigger screen only had 3000mAh, the SD835 with Android 7 seems to be battery efficient. Although for an iPhone 7 Plus clone they could probably fit a bit more in.
"OnePlus teamed up with DxO Labs to achieve imaging greatness for the smartphone"
Translation: OnePlus paid DxO to endorse their camera.
If it wont have a 4K battery or Bluetooth 5 i can just pay extra 50/100 euro and get Samsung S8 at this point if OP5 will cost aroud 500...
Probably a good mobile, but 5.5" is too big for me, I even think most 5" with bezels are too big.