Love the Community, 25 Oct 2017f2.6 on a phone? NEXT! I prefer only f1.8 and below.f 1.6 + f 2.6 - it is norm
Oneplus would be throwing so much money to american reviews like Mkbhd, engadget, verge and many more, so that like last OP5 launch they wont utter a word on bbk electronics or oppo. And project oneplus like a underdog start up, apart from positive reviews.
A larger battery life with less endurance rating another Oneplus fail. If I'm wrong then this phone will be a exploding fireball like that Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
I guess we're going to have to start treating OnePlus's "T" models the same as Iphone's "S" models. Which means always buy that model as opposed to the first one. I have a OnePlus 5 and i think i'm going to skip the 5T and 6. Because by the look of things OnePlus is planning to out two phones per year anyway.
Anonymous, 25 Oct 2017So true. Really good point. Oneplus will do anything to be like Samsung but never will. Oneplus is not trying to be like Samsung, they are actually in the business of offering similar spec'd phones for a good price, unlike Sammy. Check yo facts.
i hope the oneplus 5t will have the water resistance atleast
Anonymous, 25 Oct 2017So true. Really good point. Oneplus will do anything to be like Samsung but never will. Once, Samsung followed Nokia. No one is king forever.
Knowing sensor size or technology would be better, but I guess its not all to be best. It seems like pixel race is again on, considering someone use that 3 kinds of noise reduction (simple processing, image stacking, erasing sensor defects). Wish sony did implement the same as google in Pixel.
pramod5774, 25 Oct 2017I have one plus 5 and now I think is it worth to buy a company Flagship for 6 Months. I mean ... moreSo true. Really good point. Oneplus will do anything to be like Samsung but never will.
pramod5774, 25 Oct 2017I have one plus 5 and now I think is it worth to buy a company Flagship for 6 Months. I mean ... moreOnce you stop thinking about phones like durables or investments (*roll-eyes*) then you would be fine with rapid model changes, like I am
I have one plus 5 and now I think is it worth to buy a company Flagship for 6 Months. I mean like one plus if Samsung and apple would also launch their flagships every 6 months won't their fan following will decrease. Won't Flagship models will lose their value. One plus has whole one year to design and optimize their single phone model so they should be ahead of most of competition. By making an ordinary flagship phone at selling it at competitive price is not what we fans want. We want true flagship killer like OP1 was. Making two models a year is more of a marketing strategy.
MarcoK., 25 Oct 2017For print resolution it pretty much evens out, you don't get any benefit of having 20mp but it... moreThis is One Plus, an Android OEM. Bringing back the ancient Android OEM Cliche - Higher the number equals better. Remember when Octacore was the biggest highlight in a cheap android phone print ad? Or Samsung wanting to bring 16k resolution to 5' screens.
Love the Community, 25 Oct 2017f2.6 on a phone? NEXT! I prefer only f1.8 and below.You should really learn a bit more about lenses before commenting stuff like this. A lower aperture value does let in more light, but it also makes the DOF shallower. Not a really desirable effect in a fixed zoom telephoto setup.
James, 25 Oct 2017Good to know because I'll never buy a phone with 20 MP camera - you just can't manufacture goo... moreWell, if they are anything like Sony's IMX 400s (1.25 micrometer pixel size), it should be very usable. And the f/1.6 aperture is quite bright. With proper software, it should be able to produce more than decent results in low light.
Love the Community, 25 Oct 2017f2.6 on a phone? NEXT! I prefer only f1.8 and below.Haha..it would be great if you could read some photography books. The f-number is actually a ratio to focal length.
That is also the reason why f-numbers across smartphones are not actually comparable (since focal length is not mentioned).
This is similar to the mAh issue (since voltage is never discussed)