Anonymous, 26 Oct 2017do you have any clue to what you are talking about ?unnecessarily clumsy big smartphone with outdated uncomfortable form factor. it was a disgrace to release it in 2017 as a flagship...
RazIL, 26 Oct 2017short live 1+5. was outdated design from the first momentdo you have any clue to what you are talking about ?
Nice business tactic, releasing device every 6 months which will increase the price of the next one.
so this T thing is just to give a price bump to the next year flagship, isn't it?
OnePlus, give it a rest
You should have also linked to the article that Evan is referring to, in the first Tweet.... That was the basis for the entire stream of leaks and confirmations
Actually that's what had to look 1+5 from the very beginning. But they used old screen, copycat design and rent army of bots to promote it in tech forums. 1+ isn't a respectable brand anymore. Why don't write other cheap (not like 1+5 costs) Chinese brands? Leagoo, doogee etc released bezelless phones a long time ago. And way cheaper. And provide the same quality (low). But only heavy overpriced 1+ everywhere. Boring.
What is the point by 1+ for creating such hype, when we all know now that it's going to look like it's siblings- OPPO VIVO.
I haven't seen other brands releasing the slight variant eg #Plus or #Pro or #S or even #T
with Totally Different Design
From OP3 to OP3T had the exact design, right
Unless, they call it OP6
OR OPX = to read as 'OP Ten'
But definitely very interested in 18:9 ratio and bezel-less
IF the PRICE is JUSTIFIABLE
Many chinese unknown brands are already selling Bezel-less with reasonable specs under USD200
IF ONLY the top flagships/brands have not insanely increased the prices to USD800-930-999-1149
OnePlus' USD479-539 would seem too expensive.
Consumers are subconsciously being fooled
day in day out.
Got to me too =|