The phone is all about ergonomics and the light weight design looks very fragile, so easy to drop. If this had so much bulk and thicker design it wouldn't have been bad after all.
falesh, 25 Oct 2017the hell whats with the top and bottom? damn...designerstop n bottom actually look good compared to that general played out style
This is the Vivo x20. Rather have the Vivo in black/gold though since that one looks nicer and offers better software and camera
suspiciously similar to the alleged OnePlus 5T.
Or maybe it's not a surprise at all...
OPPO sounds like OnePlus.
And now it looks exactly the same!
The major difference is that 1+ uses the top-of-the-line SoC and has global-oriented software.
I guess BBK wanted to cut down costs, and use universal platforms for all of it's models and brands.
But is still is a pity that 1+ doesn't have a more distinct and unique and premium build. Now it's just generic...
This wasn't the situation with the OP3/3T. And ironically. OP5 is more expensive than OP3, in spite of the cost-cutting moves that BBK made... Maybe they had loss and this had cut them down...
This is going to be another pointless OPPO smartphone if they never add in any image stabilization methods. Oh yeah, and the software updates, pretty crappy gotta say. I haven't heard any update of theirs most of the time. Put those good hardware inside OPPO, it is still going to be garbage after a few months because most of the time there is no software updates