TruthSayer, 02 Oct 2018If you want to compete with flagships like S9 ,pixels then oneplus has to release a variant wi... moreI wonder how many people here who questions Oneplus have used/tried oxygenosÂ… because it's silky smooth and I haven't seen any android competitor coming close it.
The radius of the round corners looks ugly, I don't understand why people love round corners over rectangular displays.
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2018Guess what. When I used SGS7, I rinsed it every other day under tap water. It is still working... moreSorry to burst your bubble, but phones are not meant to be washed with water. Even IP certified phones aren't meant to be cleaned that way. In case you don't know, phone companies don't offer any warranty on water damage on these phones.
It you must use water for cleaning, then use a wet cloth to wipe it, then use a dry cloth to dry it off. Don't run it under water, unless you don't mind it suddenly dying one day.
If you want to compete with flagships like S9 ,pixels then oneplus has to release a variant with QHD screen. Instead of releasing a 'T' version in 6 months , release a variant with QHD screen and IP rating along with the FHD ones.
Else you are just competing with the Samsung's A series and not with S series or Pixels Or V series.
OnePlus is going the wrong direction. They are removing essential features and adding unnecessary ones in their place.
The way i see it, OnePlus 6 is better than the 6T. The 6T is the beginning of the end.
CptPower, 02 Oct 2018Man acidental water damage is for clumsy people.
Rest dont needs such a thing because it wil... moreGuess what. When I used SGS7, I rinsed it every other day under tap water. It is still working fine. No issues, afaik.
My replacement unit of a iPhone X (IP67 - most unreliable phone I ever had) on the other hand blacked out once when I rinsed it - never had a problem with my first unit though.
So yes, I care about IP68. Not only for smaller accidents, but because of hygiene. I think people nowadays know what's the dirtiest everyday object: Your smartphone
I hoped that OP will improve battery life, keep a 3,5mm headphone jack and also improve camera quality at low light conditions. I owned OP6 and switch for a Huawei P20 Pro and my plan was to buy OP6T. But after all the leaks and announcements seems that I must find another solution for my next phone.
That's because Samsung has it's own R&D, and Note9 is $1000 compared to $550. So in a $450 difference, they have to include it obviously. They charge extra for R&D. Whereas OnePlus and OPPO share R&D as this article says, so whatever OPPO does, Oneplus follows (apart from a few things).
nik.007, 02 Oct 2018All these brands removing the jack, please answer, why can the Note9 still pack a 4k mah batte... morewhy? look at the price perhaps? and not everybody needs the stuff you mentioned. for example I don't give care about all things which has been mentioned here.
nik.007, 02 Oct 2018All these brands removing the jack, please answer, why can the Note9 still pack a 4k mah batte... morethe market, money, greed, dull customers not caring about phones that need to look and feel like apple phones - that's your answer my friend.
All these brands removing the jack, please answer, why can the Note9 still pack a 4k mah battery, one of the best camera modules, a very high STB ratio, an extra Iris scanner, stereo speakers, an S PEN FOR GOD'S SAKE!, still have IP68, and still keep the headphone jack!!!! Really sad, ridiculous, and then they dare provide justifications for it. All these brands are so so shameless.
This OP6T will have almost equal STB ratio (or maybe less), less battery, poorer screen, no second speaker or any face scanning hardware, no IP68, and NO S PEN, and still they don't have space for the jack. That's real sad.
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2018The only reason I don't consider this phone is, because of the lack of IP68-certification. Or ... moreMan acidental water damage is for clumsy people.
Rest dont needs such a thing because it will make phone a lot more expensive,
Now the one who mde fun of removing 3.5mm jack wull remove it...
This is as far as chinese product get...
I don't say they are bad...but lack originality
They became just another chinese company that makes phones. Nothing extraordinary with them anymore. Too bad really, when they were pushing their own design and hardware setup for affordable price it was a good story. Now they are just became slaves of trends dicating by Apple. No more 3.5 mm ... and last year their slogan was NEVER to get rid of 3.5 mm ... pathetic