I've noticed that most Chinese companies at lunch provides price for Chinese market and all media just convert it to USD or EUR. Later it turns out than the price is only low in Chinese but in USA and UE it's twice that price. A perfect example is Xiaomi Mi5, it was supposed to be for 300EUR, but I can get it for 600EUR. For 300EUR I can get Nexus5X or LG G4, so Mi5 is not worth the money. The same can be with OP3.
I have no idea how OP can propose such a thing. This is ridiculous.
Mind that was using OnePlus One and now have OnePlus Two...
They are going down...
Why complicating it so much. Simply fix the price and let everyone get it. Is it a phone or lottery ticket? Gone are the days when Xiaomi, OnePlusOne used to enjoy superior quality and lower price tag - the world has changed since then.
There are number of player emulating them and they haven't been able to maintain similar quality standards. Not to mention, the prices have gone slightly higher too. At $455, you are not very far from other flagships!
Grey1213, 03 Jun 2016This is around the same price as the zte axon 7 I think, if they don't change it. But ultim... moreDon't forget the 2 year warranty that includes screen replacement and free shipping. If it is $455 then the Axon 7 is a better overall deal for all the reasons you've mentioned.
This is around the same price as the zte axon 7 I think, if they don't change it.
But ultimately, the zte phone is just better. Better and sturdier design, front facing speakers for only 1% less screen to body ratio, slightly more battery, close to stock experience.
Other than that the two devices are actually quite similar though. Its just that oneplus used to be quite a dodgy company, even if they've sorted out most of that, here they are asking for people's money before finalizing the price.