If OnePlus will survive in the US, Xiaomi definitely will follow. It's hard for Huawei and ZTE.
Will trump ban Oneplus too? Imo Oneplus should be banned instead of ZTE and Huawei cause they have been caught leaking data two-three times
hm... if smaller notch, incremental camera update and UD fingerprint sensor are the most likely changes then i’m sold on the current OP6. not trusting UD sensors yet and a smaller notch is still a notch. actually, a wider notch with tech behind it looks like a decision whereas a tiny one feels more like a compromise, imo. no notch at all would be best, of course, but if i have to choose between horns and droplet... i’m leaning towards horns, i think.
wish there was some official info on the 6T, though. it’s all just speculation and rumors at this point...
Damn the Chinese are sly in business. For years oneplus has snuck through the ranks by offering relatively low prices while ditching features like IP ratings. Customers ignored them bcos of them prices. But gradually and steadily they increase prices and customers somehow have failed to realise their prices are getting on par with other flagships meanwhile cheaper midrangers are already having IP ratings.
OnePlus, don't think You can get away with those tricks.
naap51d, 17 Aug 2018Be very very careful Oppo. If you bring the OnePlus to America, for a REASONABLE price, and, ... moreThey don't need lobbying. The US became paranoid themselves and from recommendations from the NSA.
xOdd, 17 Aug 2018If the rumors about the triple camera and UD fingerprint scanner are true, I'm sold, especiall... moreWho cares about triple camera. It‘s important to have a good camera to begin with, what the OnePlus 6 doesn‘t quite have.
I guess the OnePlus 6T will have the waterdrop notch with a "flagship" front camera, smaller chin compared to the Oppo counterparts and has at least the latest Sony IMX 4xx or IMX 5xx series sensors. All for the cost of $550.
Knowing OnePlus, their dual camera system will consist of a main camera and an overpowered depth sensor which does roughly the same thing. No Ultrawide, no Telephoto, etc.
naap51d, 17 Aug 2018Be very very careful Oppo. If you bring the OnePlus to America, for a REASONABLE price, and, ... moreA US $999 priced Note9 vs the UK £899 priced one doesn't look overpriced at all..
Why release two flagships with the same chipset and only a slightly narrower notch as a difference ? Can't see the point, unless the new one has 4000+ mAh battery.
Be very very careful Oppo. If you bring the OnePlus to America, for a REASONABLE price, and, are able to secure carrier branding, look for the duopoly of Apple & Samsung will start tossing money around the U.S. house & senate, to get them to get the FCC to ban you, just like they did ZTE & Huawei. You think they want someone to interfere with their little scheme to overprice phones in the U.S. market?
If the rumors about the triple camera and UD fingerprint scanner are true, I'm sold, especially with that price