AnonD-696124, 12 Jan 2018look at how samsung launches the samsung galaxy S devices and a few months later the Note seri... moreOn Samsung, LG, and Huawei's cases, the first flagship is announced first at the first half of the year, then wait another 6 or more months to release the better one.
And the next phone that they release is a huge upgrade to the first (S8+'s single camera to Note 8's dual camera, G6's SD821 to V30's SD835, and P10 Plus' Kirin 960 to Mate 10's Kirin 970).
OnePlus 5T? Just a OnePlus 5 with smaller bezels, larger screen, and wider screen ratio.
Camera has seen little to no improvement (sometimes even became worse than the original) despite what the change is suggesting.
And to release a flagship phone, only to have it succeeded by a newer one in just a few weeks or months, has to be one of the silliest things a potential company could ever do.
Lexu07, 12 Jan 2018I really dislike the speed with which they release new phones or versions of the phone. It mak... morelook at how samsung launches the samsung galaxy S devices and a few months later the Note series
Look at how LG launches the LG G series and months later the V series
Huawei launches the P series and months later the Mate series
Come on, every brand released 2 major flagship every year but despite that, you're complaining only towards oneplus.
Don't you want oneplus to earn money or what? They deserve to be a big company like Huawei and samsung, they do everything right and i'm ok with the 2 flagships every year.
Oneplus devices are rock solid, with an awesome modding support, regular updates for an afordable price. Oneplus only earns like 50-100USD for every device sold. The rest is to pay off labor, and all the peolpe who are working on the device.
A lot of money goes to produce another new device with many projects and testings
I would totally be ok if they launched 3 devices every year
I really dislike the speed with which they release new phones or versions of the phone. It makes you feel bad when a new shinny phone is release only months (or weeks) after you bought yours. I recently ordered my oneplus 5t sandstone white, just to find out it will be outdated in 4 months. Great :/
AnonD-706449, 12 Jan 2018Cheating in benchmarks, sending data to servers all over the world without permission, RMA dif... moreOH Man OP is a great phone but your are too blind to see it.
Or you just oversee that.
Jugoshin, 12 Jan 2018I mean, why get the OP6 when you can get the OP6T couple months later? Because maybe there will be no Oneplus 6T and they will jump straight to 7.
Anonymous, 12 Jan 2018Yep. No decent battery, no stereo speakers, the pathetic 18:9. Just what we need...
Actuall... moreOh man really?
Here in my country you can buy that phone with a 2 years of warranty your delusional information is funny as ever.
AnonD-706449, 12 Jan 2018And you forgot to talk about privacy. OP devices are sending so many private datas from their ... moreBecause its much better than other brands which cost twice as much and do same.
When you sign up anywhere no matter the brand your data are not private anymore.
AnonD-706449, 12 Jan 2018Never buy an OnePlus device if you care about your privacy and your private data. Everyday eve... moreMan the first time you sign up your phone and any app or agree with any terms of service they got you and you have no idea what kind of data your phone is sending.
So it doesnt matter if you have Oneplus sony apple samsung htc huawei lg etc. Your data are stolen and used by third parties or companies which sends them away to another companies and so on. In present era you cant trust anyone.
Habib Briziek, 12 Jan 2018It's funny because OP is cheap, people (even geeks) forgiving them for having shitty camera an... moreMan audio quality thats razer with its THX certified speakers and lenovo with Dolby Atmos.
For a Camera i suggest Sony or Pixel 2 rest is just garbage.
Everyone is so Butthurt these days. Probably a bunch of shallow Samsung/Apple fanboys or people who haven't actually used the phone. I switched years ago from the Apple trend and have never looked back, sad to think i wasted so much money on overpriced/overhyped pocket glitter. I think the mix of hardware/software provided by Oneplus is solid and i've used a bunch of android devices over the years... and i'd also say that unless you are a professional photographer you'd be hard pressed to find a better device than the 5t at the moment especially at the price point. I can't fault the camera for everyday use and if i wanted the perfect shot id go get a dedicated camera. Sure its not perfect, it has it's issues...but as an overall package, it just can't be faulted for what it achieves. Also just to touch on the privacy concerns. The only thing i'd have a slight gripe about is the slow implementation of security patches but in this day and age i doubt it means sh*t, and in all fairness i have noticed faster updates lately so i assume these concerns have been heard. People will get your data if they really want to. No company truly protects data and i think that's out there for everyone to see. Personally i haven't felt any negative affects. It's actually a great phone.
Habib Briziek, 12 Jan 2018It's funny because OP is cheap, people (even geeks) forgiving them for having shitty camera an... moreHTC make rubbish phones and only come out with a good phone once in a blue moon . LGS best phone is the V30 hopefully they keep going in the same direction as the V30
AnonD-706449, 12 Jan 2018Cheating in benchmarks, sending data to servers all over the world without permission, RMA dif... moreOkay, now that you've mentioned OP cheating in benchmarks which is literally two years old news, it's clear to me that you simply don't know what "every day" and "daily" means. There are plenty of free dictionaries online, please take this opportunity to educate yourself.
AnonD-598916, 12 Jan 2018There's a new security issue uncovered with OnePlus every day? Exaggerating much?Cheating in benchmarks, sending data to servers all over the world without permission, RMA difficulties, OS bugs ? They are not enough to say always a new problem ? Are these problem daily normal stuff for you !? Then much fun with your OP
AnonD-704307, 12 Jan 2018"Keep my data safe" Funny guy. Everyone is collecting or/and selling your data. If you beli... moreFantasies? I Do Not say other brands are not collecting or sending data, I'm talking about permission. I believe all others do the same but they let you know and in some cases they do as OnePlus. But the question is why these leaks don't come out about Xiaomi, Huawei, Sony, blackberry and etc. ? In last 2 months people caught OP sending datas to Singapore, China, Alibaba and Canada sercers. And last thing what I remember is cheating in benchmarks, for sure not a single understandable and believable explanation. Come on, I personally can't trust a company with so much popcorn stories. Why not a honor View 10 without data Spectre, cheating, ... ?
do you ever trust, 12 Jan 2018hallo do you ever trust other carrier that protect your data privacy? hahahahahahahahahh you t... moreHi, bo they are not same. They are sending data as well but not without permission, at least didn't leak like OnePlus. Seriously in last months it's 3d time people found out OnePlus is sending data usage and in some cases private datas to other servers without any permission and completely secretly. Have you ever heard something like that about Sony or LG or Samsung , blackberry and etc. ? Is yes so Please send me some link that I can read them too.