Anonymous, 18 Jun 2017Hmm for people or maybe I should say apple fan boy, those antenna lines that your favorite bra... moreI dont like apple, but meizu pro 6 release date was April 13, 2016 while iphone 6 was released September 19, 2014.
Hmm for people or maybe I should say apple fan boy, those antenna lines that your favorite brand apple used is direct copy of meizu pro 6 which released months before apple use it for it's iphone do yeh they all copied from Meizu
They copied the design of apple for us to easily buy accessories like case
In Philippines I'm having a hard time to find some tempered and case for my 3t so I think it's a smart move but oneplus needs to focus on their after sales
Zero, 14 Jun 2017And now a full insult to the injury: The OPO5 cover is totally compatible with the Oppo R11 Lmao that's too funny!
I'll never buy this phone it's just too obvious.
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2017That's just a lie. It is not physically possible for a battery to be the same after two years.... moreyeah can borrow my phones if you want.
I recently had to boot up my htc m7 that i used for 2 years when it was released till i got a new one.
I rembemer proudly using my phone all day and before going to bed having around 20 to 30 % left
Now i can still use the phone proudly and still have around the same left at the end of the day.
I do have to say that it had some updates of android and the rom installed so that can be one of the reasons that it still works like a charm.
but I haven't had a phones battery break down in any way ever since I started using mobile phones.
and I am looking at htc touchpro 2, samsung omnia i9000, htc desire, desire s, htc one m7 , m9, 10, lumia 950 and now the oneplus 3t.
so still I don't get why people break their batteries so fast while i never had that issue, not even close.
Wow, seriously OnePlus? What's the poiunt of stooping this low to some cheap chinese knockoff brand? Especially after 3 years of making great, and distinct looking Smartphones?
Can't beleive this clone is coming from the same company that made my first ever (and still my current) Android Smartphone, a OnePlus One...oh well, it was good knowing you OnePlus, the One is the first and last device I'll be buying from you. It was my perfect introduction to a privacy-concious Android (with Privacy Guard built in) after over half a decade of using just jailbroken iPhones. Now that I have a better understanding of the Android platform and how to secure it on any Smartphone (via XPrivacy + DisableServuce), looking forward to upgrade to the Galaxy Note 8.
why ? why copy iphone7..whyyy
AnonD-131667, 15 Jun 2017what do you do with your phone ?
After 2 years on my htc m7 and m9 i had the same battery lif... moreThat's just a lie. It is not physically possible for a battery to be the same after two years. They deteriorate even without use due to chemical breakdown. You are losing a couple percentage capacity every month just from normal use.
Which blows my mind that in 99% of phones, the battery is not replaceable anymore.
Fail. I need 16GB RAM.
What is this stupidity with 6 or 8GB RAM on a damn smartphone ?
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2017and ALL of them are iphone clones. copycats.yeah indeed. most china phones have good softwares and hardwares. but sadly, they copy iphone too much in terms of physical design.
Ram, 15 Jun 20171080p? No thanks. This is not 2014.. My M7 for godsakes runs on a 1080p screen.2013 Nexus 5 had 1080p screen. QHD AMOLED would have been great.
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2017Dear anonymous, OPPO is sibling of VIVO & ONE+. BBK is parent company to all 3and ALL of them are iphone clones. copycats.
Pia, 15 Jun 2017The more i see this, the more i felt in loved with iPhone 7+....stable OS, confirmed OS update... moreYou do that mate, plough a tonne of money into that cancer of a firm and then in ten years time and several hundred pound or thousand later you'll realise that you've been putting money and your life into a money grabbing hole which gives you very little and expects everything from you.
Android always has been the superior of the two and that gap will continue to grow.
Similar to how windows has to work on a bunch of hardware and still manages to run well, android does the same, any combination of hardware and yet still works great, iOS or Mac only runs on bespoke, chosen hardware as apple intended, of course it'll be better optimized, I wonder how crap it would be if it was splattered across the planet on any kind of phone? Not great I imagine and certainly not as well optimized as Android manages to be across different hardware.
And with the plans that google has for android, apples number is up, has been for a while, only people who've dedicated money and effort into their devices feel they would lose out by moving to android, fact is you won't, you'll lose nothing besides the applications you've bought.
Open your eyes son, you are ripping yourself off.
Not a great step forward for the supposed innovative apple.
Comical watching you lot go mental when they announce a software feature they pass off as an actual upgrade x) hahahahah
Pia, 15 Jun 2017The more i see this, the more i felt in loved with iPhone 7+....stable OS, confirmed OS update... moreand a completely empty pocket and a massive loan to get all those extra's and even the phone itself.
monalfin, 14 Jun 2017whyyyy?? 3300 mhAp battery? why you do that oneplus? the one thing that i find most important.... morewhat do you do with your phone ?
After 2 years on my htc m7 and m9 i had the same battery life as when I bought it.
same goes with my lumia 950 xl.
I think you are doing something wrong i guess
why 4k ? It's useless on a phone (except vr but please buy a dedicated vr headset for that. its a damn phone come on)
Pia, 15 Jun 2017The more i see this, the more i felt in loved with iPhone 7+....stable OS, confirmed OS update... moreAnd even with the latest updates, a badly designed and limited OS, yes?
I did not realize how poor iOS is till i bought the iphone.
Fan statements like yours had led me to believe that iOS is better. IOS sometimes irritates me so much that i feel like throwing the phone in a trash can or under the bus