Herschel Clogs, 24 Oct 2016so tell me again how this USB C 1.0 device compares to a 2.0, 3.0, or 3.1 device? Ill take das... moreAre you cooked?
Its USB-C type 1.0. As in the first iteration of USB-C, the same as what is found on the Nexus 6P, the Pixel etc..
so tell me again how this USB C 1.0 device compares to a 2.0, 3.0, or 3.1 device? Ill take dash charge with usb2.0 or 3.0 over QC 3.0 with usb 1.0. Dash charge is proven to charge faster while still maintaining cool temps. That being said I own an android device with a 2.0 capable usb c port which is also QC 3.0 capable; which I feel meets the bare minimum requirement for a new smartphone. Mine also has a 3.5mm jack which I find to be essential. For the price this is a nice phone, but at the end of the day that's all it is, is a phone. It is not a phone as well as a multimedia device, which in my mind is an essential component to a smart phone.
If I wanted a nice android budget phone I would be looking towards Huawei, ASUS, or possibly Oneplus. I wanted the nicest phone and price was not the biggest factor in my decision so I went with the Xperia XZ. The LE3 Pro is a very nice phone but it is lacking some essential features I personally look for in a smart phone. If I wanted a work phone for a nice price I would consider the LE3, but for a personal multimedia device it fails to meet my standards.
Anonymous, 23 Oct 20161. SnapDragon 821 processor > SnapDragon 820- yes, they are the same MHz but, it is already... moreI would have to totally agree with you. I have had 2k screens on my phones and 1080. Yes the 2k panels look slightly crisper and more definded but it is not a deal breaker. 1080 panels on a phone is much different that a monitor or a tv. So for 399 this phone is a beast and does compete just fine with other phones in the 700 dollar range.
For what you are getting this phone is awesome. Im thinking about returning my v10 I just bought and getting this instead.
Xargon, 21 Oct 2016I'd like to know why this doesn't have a 2K screen...don't design a flagship if you're not gon... moreplease look at it's price before complaining about not having a 2k screen when comparing with the likes of Google Pixel and LG V20
Xargon, 21 Oct 2016I'd like to know why this doesn't have a 2K screen...don't design a flagship if you're not gon... more1. SnapDragon 821 processor > SnapDragon 820- yes, they are the same MHz but, it is already a proven fact that the SnapDragon 821 is much better and faster
2. Quick Charge 3.0 > Dash Charge
3. 4070 Mah > 3000 mah battery
4. $100 rebate
Wait for more reviews when it hits the market to see how it really performs but just based on those few specs I would not even give the One Plus 3 a second look. But as for the screen being 1080p, It's not even worth the extra $400 to get a what people are defining as "Flagship". Phone manufacturers are exploiting the fact that some people are just easily fooled. Thinking 2k makes any worthwhile difference over 1080p is just ridiculous. In some case, perhaps. But in some cases It's not even even subjective. Look online for side by side comparisons where 1080p screens actually look better than those 2k and even 4k screens. It's so frequent it is hard to believe people still think 1080p isn't as good. In so many side by side comparisons, there were some screens that were way better looking @ 1080p and even asking people which looked better, and then revealing the result, the 1080p screen was chosen as being more clear, better colors and more clarity. The smoke and mirrors in marketing can really fool people. There is much deception and marketing that makes people think that 2k means you are geting a better phone. The better priced phones with focus on the features that matter are SmartPhones for smart people. Those $700+ phones pushing 2k/4k are to appease those who can convince themself there really is a notable difference that matters. I'll take 2 Le Pro 3 phones over 1 so called Flagship @ $700+ any day
I'd like to know why this doesn't have a 2K screen...don't design a flagship if you're not gonna put in all flagship specs...with this being an 821 phone in Autumn, thus goes directly up against the Google Pixel and LG V20, what is the compelling argument to even order this phone against the OnePlus 3?
Already ordered 64gb version with 6 gb ram 12 hours screen on time,perfect daily runner to complement my (weekend-phone) Mi Max.Both phones for less than a S7 edge's price..
ASHISH, 16 Oct 2016one plus 3 is bestcomparing the one plus 2016 this phone stands a quite a little ahead the hunger of power cant be pleased by one plus now the power does matter a lot .the one plus used its820 processor where els le pro use the next level processor just a but pickup in the field of processing capacity abd the battery is 1000mah plus well u know better than me
Could be in the Le Max3, whenever it comes out. Still, pretty respectable specs for the price.
Like amoled but prefer lcd so tick
Stereo speakers tick
Over 4000 mah battery tick
so this phone is passed my basic demands
Where's the 8gb, 2k screen dual camera version gone? Was it just a false rumour?