AnonD-312515, 27 Oct 2016LOL 64GB isn't enough?! You're carrying around too many useless files. I'd be more concerned a... moreWhat is enough changes with time... 64GB was more than enough in Oneplus One in 2014. By 2016 standards, 64GB is okay. But when 2018 arrives, 64GB will be grossly insufficient.
I have a phone with 32GB memory, and I have been feeling the shortage for quite some time now. For one thing, You can't use 4K recording since a 10 minute clip uses 6-7GB. And a 1080p movie has a size of 8-10GB, so if you like to watch movies on the go, you can't keep more than 2-3 movies in your phone.
This move will be bad for the company
Because OnePlus gave us real affordable flagships
AnonD-43988, 27 Oct 2016Oneplus 3 will be 6 months old by the time 3T launches, so it's also possible that OP3 gets a ... moreLOL 64GB isn't enough?! You're carrying around too many useless files. I'd be more concerned about the battery life, it has the same endurance rating as the very first OP.
Oneplus 3 will be 6 months old by the time 3T launches, so it's also possible that OP3 gets a small price cut, say to $350 and OP3T launches with $430 or something like that.
For that kind of premium, I'd like to see at least 128GB storage... the only deal-breaker for me regarding OP3 was the limited storage.....
AnonD-491921, 26 Oct 2016supersonic? like it will fly of the phone faster than the speed of light?Speed of sound!
It doesn't even have AMOLED and they want to charge more money for it???
Well said (GSMArena), generally speaking you said it all, so i simply agree with you
Oneplus people should really consider increasing the battery capacity especially when the camera is popping out in a very apparent way and sometimes disturbing.
It will bw bigger variant of oneplus 3 or the same size. It cant be smaller than OP3, Because smaller devices are always cheaper than bigger devices, so i am fine with OP3 no need bigger lel
oneplus should do something about the battery life on the 3. Samsung Galaxy s7 manages to get a lot of battery life with 3000mah and qHD screen with a heavy skin like touchwiz and all those bloatwares.
But how can they do it when they are busy working on another flagship now.
can I get to exchange my oneplus 3 with this for $80 or even $100?
I don't think so. Well if it doesn't have a huge 3500 mah battery, a qHD screen and 128gb storage, I'll be happy with my oneplus 3. Just update my phone to nougat soon and improve the battery life a little
sa11oum, 26 Oct 2016I don't like this company, they're increasing their prices with every iteration they makeAgree. Just like Google did with their Nexus line. Also, I don't want OnePlus to come up with some t or s model. Stick with your one device a year policy.
It's really frustrating that all the OEM's now a days are trying to bring more phones. They don't care about customer experience. One+ couldn't even make available Nougat on OP3 but bringing another version of this with newer OS. Even though OP3 is running on very capable hardware but who cares. Because if they bring Nougat to Op3 then who will buy that new crap.
If it has a slightly bigger battery, I'm buying it, if it doesn't then I'm going for the Xperia XZ
Well guys I personally don't consider a price increase of 80 bucks for the new model as an attempt to rip off fans, truth be told optic Amoled panel or not oneplus did a great job witb their oneplus 3 device. Sometimes I expect us to give credit to whom credit is due, which of those other big brands would have given us same specs as oneplus did for $399. I've tested oneplus 3 and I wasn't totally disappointed,let's see what they would come up with their oneplus 3T.