The pic shows both with black and white front facing colour, however white in soft gold is missing in amazon
For USD 480 there are many options out there in the market
I was highly anticipating for OP3 but always out of stock,
and then, OP3T but only small improvement for higher price.
But realised that many other options are available for similar price
Especially with the next Mobile World Congress conference is around the corner for new smart phones updates in March 2017.. Bezel-less screen is worth considering.
KMB877, 22 Nov 2016Hold your horses my friend! ZTE Axon 7 (6 GB) it is better and cheaper. Don't forget, OnePlus ... morewrong , ZTE axon 7 6gb of RAM will cost 500 dollars , while the 128gb version of oneplus 3T will cost 480 dollars top , or 465 in china if confirmed. ZTE axon 7 has really bad buttons and no backlit , hard to operate and hold, SD820 will get slower and older , battery is not so good . oneplus 3T is better,
in Bangladesh from day one op3 is charged around $500 dollars. i wonder how much will they charge for op3T
price is cheap, but you get what you pay for. Warranty and tech support is little to none. Buyer beware.
Android Guy, 22 Nov 2016Great! It has everything needed in a flagship phone. Now if it just works better on faster and... moreHold your horses my friend! ZTE Axon 7 (6 GB) it is better and cheaper. Don't forget, OnePlus does not have any support. ZTE has (and coming with 2 year guarantee, including LCD change). The only one plus for OnePlus = SD 821 vs. 820
trumpomaniac, 22 Nov 2016The best flagship of 2016 !So, whit this "best flagship", if I'll buy the USA version, I won't have 4G connection during a trip to Europe. No thanks, I would prefer ZTE Axon 7 in this case...
This is not a rumour. Obviously it would be cheap in China since OnePlus is a Chinese company and the 3T phones are manufactured in China so no import tax etc.
There won't be major changes in the Oneplus 3T.Some changes might include screen and battery enlargement.
Grey1213, 22 Nov 2016No. Because if Xiaomi isn't the one selling it then they obviously aren't making money from ot... moreXiaomi doesnt even sell it worldwide man... Also yes, if the world starts seeing the Chinese enganging onto shady hardware leaps every 6 months from an assumed flagship released date, something Samsung and LG does but for theyr home market alone (which is even worse, especially since everyone just ignores that fact), then the company will obviously lose many of its followers, fearing the loss of support and imminent acessory uselessness.
I question whether anyone tried to change the phone's camera for the better, with a larger sensor with the same resolution? All is good
but the camera could to be better as Oppo R9s Plus, it is the best camera!!!
nick, 22 Nov 2016Xiaomis are not officially available in the EU or US.They are not but there are Xiaomi stores in many EU countries besides the local stores.
LGV20Fanboy instead, 22 Nov 2016OnePlus is, but thats what im trying to say. If OnePlus starts an approach similar to them, th... moreNo. Because if Xiaomi isn't the one selling it then they obviously aren't making money from other people engaging in arbitrage.
Does anyone know if the ROM of the China units is the same as the international ones?
nick, 22 Nov 2016Xiaomis are not officially available in the EU or US.OnePlus is, but thats what im trying to say. If OnePlus starts an approach similar to them, then its gg Chinese companies worldwide.
Xiaomi does way worse.....
400$/Â€ in china, 700$/Â€ in Europe or US alike. Bullshiet at maximum level.