Tekkie, 28 Jun 2016At the risk of turning this into an EU debate, you're so wrong :p we don't need the EU.That remains to be seen. One thing is gonna be certain - there will be a bigger problem with imports when it'll finally happen. UK is one of the biggest mobile markets in the Europe for now, but it'll change rapidly upon leave.
BTW, anyone here with a OnePlus 3 can tell me what the numbers mean on the back? In the Format S-04-09 (numbers disguised to hide identity) in big letters. Unique to each unit? or only appear on reviewer/sample models? The only other marking on the rear is the OnePlus logo, nothing else.
Anonymous, 28 Jun 2016I work for o2 - cannot confirm that it will be released through ourselves, however our Sims ar... moreI can guarantee you it will be released on O2 ;) that's all I can say.
Grey1213 - as much as I want to chat about it, it's not the right platform
after the eu case, i still wonder if uk would even get the phone. and to the normal price.
Tekkie, 28 Jun 2016At the risk of turning this into an EU debate, you're so wrong :p we don't need the EU.Credit ratings gone down
Big businesses looking at mainland Europe to move their European HQ.
Negotiations with the EU may disadvantage the UK and damage their position as a global financial hub
Manufacturing harmed, and uncertainty would make it worse.
Credit rating agencies like Moody's have said this will persist for at least the medium term. May be worse depending on how negotiations go. Leave campaign wanted to have informal talks before actually leaving but the EU slammed the door in their face and said they have to say they're actually leaving first, so the leave campaign seem unreliable and don't know what they're doing. The growing uncertainty is no doubt going to hurt the economy too, by causing less investment and less business deals with British trading partners.
Scotland, Wales, and northern island all voted to stay, so now they have a mandate to leave the UK, there'd be more friction between us and scotland will eventually holy a referendum and leave.
Boris Johnson said he doesn't like the EU because the public didn't vote them in, but apparently he is going to be the prime minister without being voted in either. We also had nothing to gain from leaving, leave campaign have admitted they lied about what we could gain, and admit they don't actually want to change immigration rates anyway. So we won't actually get anything from leaving.
Hopefully you understand a little by now. To my knowledge most people who want to leave just don't understand the nature of our relationship with the EU or the implications of leaving.
AnonD-405267, 28 Jun 2016The reason is Brexit :))Why would it be brexit? That hasn't happened yet and it doesn't really effect China. The problem was said to be op3 doing something dodgy with customs, causing delays for people who ordered accessories. Didn't you read the article?
I received mine in PR June 22. The phone is as awesome as advertised. The delay for UK is not OP's fault.
Tekkie, 28 Jun 2016We got ours fine (UK), not allowed to touch it until release tho :( Will be released on O2 in ... moreI work for o2 - cannot confirm that it will be released through ourselves, however our Sims are supported on the frequency bands
I ordered the OP3, but then I cancelled it due to delayed delivery. This is not good customer service.
Slight....I have been waiting nearly a month!!! I did get code and an apology. but still no phone or update on my account. :(
These companies first priority is Asia then rest of world ,they probably use Asian countries as testing ground for their phone before they release it to rest of the world
Mine came fine with a case bundled but there was a 2 day delay whilst the local post office couldn't be bothered to deliver it.
AnonD-507785, 28 Jun 2016Yup...most likely. UK will slowly become Europe's backwater. At the risk of turning this into an EU debate, you're so wrong :p we don't need the EU.
Oneplus (OPPO company group) 's customer service is worst on the Earth, need to do some legal steps, a suit maybe bans them from EU market. Customer service plays with you, they promise everything: "make urgent your ticket" or "you will get status update within a day" but happens nothing. Hey Oneplus this is EU, I have rights, I paid and now you double cross me.
It's simple fraud.
AnonD-405267, 28 Jun 2016The reason is Brexit :))Yup...most likely. UK will slowly become Europe's backwater.
Ah, was about to order one, so will hang on a bit. Hope this isn't revenge by the dystopian EU. Was looking at the Nexus 5X/6P, but the former doesn't do stereo audio recording on video (makes a big diff!) and the latter is too expensive and chunky. OnePlus 3 seems very well thought out, in particular the notification slider that Blackberry and Apple have features since day one.
We got ours fine (UK), not allowed to touch it until release tho :( Will be released on O2 in a couple of weeks.