Raky , 11 Feb 2017Well, now that it lost it's only advantages to competitors (price), no one is buying it and of... moreAye, Samsung has a brand. The brand that sold an explosive phone, promised its customers to repair that, sold it again without actually solving the issue. To me, it looks like they're just selling shit-quality products as fast as they can even if they're not done testing their features. And by shit-quality I'm not referring to the electronic components (processor, RAM etc) but the way they're programming them to work together.
$506 for a OnePlus phone just doesn't sound right regardless of the specs.
yo op guys i tot to gift a op3t 128 to the loved once in this occation op guys r simply creating lik demand for the publicity .... wt u thing am wright ?
AnonD-196068, 13 Feb 2017Curious to know where you got yours from? I have yet to ever see the 128gb variant in stock on... morePro-tip: cycle through the different countries in the OnePlus site, I've found (more than once) there was stock for one country but not for another (all within EU).
dobridin, 11 Feb 2017Well I don`t know what really happened with you guys, because when the phone appeared it was p... morePerformance is same of SD version. It differs only when it comes to Exynos, but only in graphics - 2/3 fps in benchmark. Main difference is touchwiz which makes phone (for some people) not as good experience as oneplus 3 / 3t.
obakesan, 12 Feb 2017The 128GB 3T was available shortly after launch, don't understand what's "new" here. I bought ... moreCurious to know where you got yours from? I have yet to ever see the 128gb variant in stock on their web site, or anywhere else come to that.
The 128GB 3T was available shortly after launch, don't understand what's "new" here. I bought one Nov 28 2016, but sadly had an accident and broke, insurance paid out, and I bought a new one again in January. There was a bit of a wait admittedly between then and now for stock to arrive though.
OnePlus3 it is not a flagship bad that phone never beat S7 they just trying to sell like a flagship
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2017oneplus 3 is not s7 standardSure, but OnePlus is now fighting in that same price bracket (online-only support vs respectable flagship from established brand with local customer service).
For many the S7 is the safer investment.
OnePlus should have never discontinued the OP3, the 40Â€ are starting to make all the difference now -- plus, flagships come down in price, not up.
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2017Are you a fool or just ignorant. OP3T does not cost as much as the s7. Check the price before ... moreToday's prices (in my region):
OP3T (64GB) - 439.00Â€ [source: OnePlus store]
S7 (non-Edge 32GB) - 490.50Â€ [source: Amazon (de)]
Do you really want to babble over such difference?
Raky , 11 Feb 2017Well, now that it lost it's only advantages to competitors (price), no one is buying it and of... moreAre you a fool or just ignorant. OP3T does not cost as much as the s7. Check the price before making such comments.
The 128GB ZUK Z2 Pro has been available since before the OP3. It now costs hundreds less.
Well I don`t know what really happened with you guys, because when the phone appeared it was praised by everyone. It still sits in the top of the chart for performance. Sure, the camera is not brilliant but it works for me. I`m just into my third month of use for the 64GB model and I`m speachless. Specially after the Nougat update (which came earlier then S7!). Don`t know how it is for you but here (Bulgaria) the Samsung is still at least 80 euros more. And it packs a smaller screen, less storage and slower processor. And yes, better camera and water resistance would be great but I still think that it`s price is real advantage. Just love the phone and I`m not a geek that likes custom roms and etc. My phone is not even routed. Also love the way the phone feels in the hand and the way it works. If I had to make the choice now, with the new prices for the popular flagships I would still go for the 3T
Raky , 11 Feb 2017Well, now that it lost it's only advantages to competitors (price), no one is buying it and of... moresmart comment. we need more people who can give comment like yours. we have way too many fanboys today than cant accept facts.
I find myself asking a question. They have been promising the 128gb variant for weeks. First it was going to ship at the same time. Then it was going to be in a couple of weeks. Then it was going to be just after Xmas. All the time it showed as out of stock on their web site. Now we get to February and it's available for pre-order. So apart from what appear to be previous lies now, I find myself asking what would happen if I needed a replacement phone in 6 months time? I would think the chances of being able to get one at that point would be pretty poor given the fiasco to date. So I'm afraid it is too little too late now for me.
Raky , 11 Feb 2017Well, now that it lost it's only advantages to competitors (price), no one is buying it and of... moreI'm sure when OP4 and other next-gen flagships will be here, it will again be a bargain. At the moment it's because all major flagships are old and dropped in price point (which didn't really happen to OP3 because of it's bad availability