Everyone hates me, 09 Feb 2017I just said it's a clone. Explanation? How does the Home Button look like? How does the camera... moreYou haven't owned enough mobile devices to come to any such conclusions. Your going off what you read online. Sony's are lenry fast sure but if you take a quick look or actually test the phones for yourself then you'd see the OnePlus 3T is still the speed test champ. Bias kid
Watch, no one will have anything good to reply to my comments because they know I'm right, they are just bias for whatever reason and will mostly repeat themselves to try and get another comment of anger from me. Here's the deal, stop spreading unreliable lies that are based of your "opinion" and deal with the facts. I read the comments and wonder who actually visits this site. Mobile tech enthusiasts, or kids looking to treat it as a make shift forum for their rage against certian company's. Keep an open mind with common sense please before you comment.
Everyone hates me, 09 Feb 2017Wth my aunt has an Xperia C1 and she never faced battery issues whatsoever. My friend with an ... moreIf its humanly possible, go n ask every Xperia user in the world who gives a d***.
N yes my Aunt has Sony Aqua M, one of my friends have a Z5. Both were Samsung users and they complain about the batteries a lot. I don't need to ask the world to give my opinion about Sony battery.
I have a 4 year Note2. Battery running like a pro till date. Ordered 7Plus will receive in a 3-4 days . I know it will give me a good backup than some chink phone company.
Also have no idea why OnePlus is being talked about in this thread but on the note about the benchmarks cheating. I'd like to point out what the fastest android phone out right now is. That's correct a OnePlus 3T. And not it's not just in benchmarks, it's in the real world speed tests that reviewers like phonebuff have been doing for years on every phone. So don't bash them for making their hardware preform at its peak during benchmarks instead of throttling. It clearly performs near or at that metric when doing heavy tasks anyway so great device still. Someone just doesn't like chinese brands I see (not gsmarena, these bafoons commenting like they know things)
AnonD-85415, 09 Feb 2017Maybe talking to some Sony users might help you instead of running to Google for everything. I... moreWth my aunt has an Xperia C1 and she never faced battery issues whatsoever. My friend with an Xperia budget phone (don't know the model) and she also doesn't have battery issues. What are you telling me to ask Sony users? You want me to talk to every Xperia user in the world? And where did you get that joke that Sony batteries don't last as long as Samsung batteries? My friend's S5 battery isn't even a year old and already degraded its capacity. Why? Obvious reason, that's the Adaptive Fast Charging it uses. Ask some Xperia Z2 users about the battery of their units, and mark my words, most, if not all of them, will tell you that the battery is still in excellent condition
Julliard, 09 Feb 2017Best phone under $400. Pfftt. Your OnePlus and Meizu handsets might not be as powerful as benc... moreOhh god yes I know they were caught with their pants down so what! Everybody does a bit of cheating now a days. You should check maybe your gf or wife also cheated on you a litte bit ;)
mixa, 09 Feb 20173T is the worst thing you can buy. You can buy, 2x ZUK Z2 for the price.Oppo/OnePlus are payin... moreHave you owned a OnePlus device as of late? Or ever?? I had everyone from the original one, to the 3 and they were spectacular phones. The only issue was customer service mostly because it was slow but come on. Your making wild claims you can't back up, if you don't like them then go buy a 600$ galaxy that will perform less and give about the same customer service (more replacement parts though at least)
Julliard, 09 Feb 20173T? That Oneplus brand? No no no. They cheated on benchmark. Its all over the news. I dont tru... moreYes I know they were caught with their pants down. But they have "promised" to rectify it in the next update. I do hope somebody checks it after installing that update.
AnonD-85415, 09 Feb 2017Oh yeah that 3T which is not a Samsung clone.(Atleast you did not say iPhone clone like most o... moreI just said it's a clone. Explanation? How does the Home Button look like? How does the camera hump look like? How about the button placement? Exactly, they're from Samsung. And it's not a clone I guess huh. It has received Nougat update when? This month? My Sony brand has already released the update several months ago and they're almost done at releasing it to their X series, Z5 series, and Z3+, and they are now planning to the 7.1.1 upgrade. They even got February Security Update earlier than Google did with their Pixel and Pixel XL. Where does OnePlus come close to that? They barely brought anything new to Nougat (like Sony) and they only have 4 devices to update (OP1, OP2, OP3, and OP3T) yet they're struggling too much releasing it? Sony barely brought anything new, but they were fast at doing it and like I said, they're almost done updating every single phone of them that can run the software. SD821 is just an overclocked SD820. OnePlus 3T uses UFS 2.0 while the XZ uses eMMc 5.1, which is considerably slower than UFS 2.0, and a speed test was done between the two, and if not better, the XZ performed identically fast as the 3T, which means software played a huge part of the XZ's amazing speed. Imagine the upcoming Xperia Z6 or X2 or XZ2 with SD835, 4GB of RAM, and UFS 2.1, that would make a new iPhone 7 Plus speed killer, mark my words
Everyone hates me, 09 Feb 2017Sony had battery issues? Never once in my entire life that I have read a news on the TV, Radio... moreMaybe talking to some Sony users might help you instead of running to Google for everything. I have known many Sony users whose only complaint was that the battery didn't last very long as compared to Samsung.
Mind you I am just comparing battery backup thing not the "battery blowup to pieces thing"
"half finished products" not to misinterprete anything but doesn't that mean that the batteries that caught fire were in devices still in development? They would have something like "old unsafe batteries" or "waste batteries I believe if they were note 7 related. Not completely out of the question but yea, half finished products sounds like an s8 to me. Or maybe another series but still. Makes me lose even more faith in samsung. I mean, what happened to the fire proof boxes? Did they just skip those safety procautions in they're own factory? Nope these would still be devices in development. The note7 was a finished product that had a flaw. Not half finished so don't defend Samsung on this one guys.
AnonD-85415, 09 Feb 2017Oh yeah that 3T which is not a Samsung clone.(Atleast you did not say iPhone clone like most o... more3T is the worst thing you can buy. You can buy, 2x ZUK Z2 for the price.Oppo/OnePlus are paying hard to reviewers around the clock, so they can sell a bit more. But fact is, once you buy their crap you won't be going back for more.
Anonymous, 09 Feb 2017May be. That why apple shift in india.That is not why they shifted to India
India have take a new policy to ensure economic growth in India.
Foreign companies have to use atleast one part manufactured by Indian factories in order to get permission to set up a Physical store.
Dark Reed, 09 Feb 2017I'm more worried about the ecologycal and health impact of the chemical fumes on chinese popu... moreDont worry about it.China is already polluted.The visibility is less than 1KM or so due to Smog
AnonD-85415, 09 Feb 2017Oh yeah that 3T which is not a Samsung clone.(Atleast you did not say iPhone clone like most o... moreBest phone under $400. Pfftt. Your OnePlus and Meizu handsets might not be as powerful as benchmarks tests say. XDA-Developers reports the two phone-makers have apparently tweaked some of their top-selling devices, including the OnePlus 3 and 3T as well as the Meizu Pro 6, to artificially boost CPU performance when running benchmark tests. Unlike standard testing optimizations, the phones have been modified to automatically switch their processors into overdrive mode anytime widely-used benchmarks are detected. You pay $400 premium due to this. Oneplus outsmart you! Lol. In your face(anyone who bought this phone).