Adi, 03 Nov 2018What about the camera? Are you happy with the performance?yesss its great at this price
Wes, 01 Nov 2018I got my 256gb model yesterday at the popup event. Very cool so far. What about the camera? Are you happy with the performance?
So they basically went out the door, with known "bugs", which is typically with Oppo.
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2018You don't understand anything about software development and deadlinesPlease accept my apologies. I don't know what I thought when I wrote that.
Apurv Anand, 01 Nov 2018*coughs Oneplus 2Why not go back more than a decade in the past and bring up Nokia 2100 too? It's not helping your case dude. You look like a joke.
Also no need to ... cough! It's solving no purpose.
nightfury737, 01 Nov 2018So what is the actual issue here? They fixed something or not fixed? Grow up Okay
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2018This is not a good thing but any mean. How can they sell phone with half baked software, only ... moreSo what is the actual issue here? They fixed something or not fixed? Grow up
This is not a good thing but any mean. How can they sell phone with half baked software, only to patch them right after release?
Please update the GSMArena Battery test with the update the consumers will be getting.
Alex, 01 Nov 2018That's a good strategy. You deliberately release a half-baked product, and then you release se... moreWhat you are saying doesn't even matter for OnePlus. They are anyways usually offering at least 1 update every month for every device of theirs.
OnePlus is not one of those brands to offer updates only on new devices. As long as device is in support period(which in itself is quite long), one will get quite a bit of updates regularly unlike others.
Apurv Anand, 01 Nov 2018As a consumer, that is what frustrates me the most about companies like Oneplus. They start tr... moreCompanies like OnePlus? So what are the other companies that aren't like OnePlus? Let me remember........ NONE! Not even a single one!
At least OnePlus is offering 2 years of Android Updates + 3 years of security updates unlike others which get updates 1 year later after google releases it.
For that matter OnePlus 3/3T will be receiving third Android Update to Pie. Started with Marshmallow. Where does one see this kind of support? Nowhere except Pixels.
As a consumer, that is what frustrates me the most about companies like Oneplus. They start treating their (not even a year) older phones like shit. Ideally, they should have ensured that by Oct end, Pie gets rolled out to OP5T n 5. But they conveniently skipped that and communicated that it will take some more time. They should have focused on delivering that before rolling out updates for a phone which is yet to be shipped...
That's how you lose customers. Small things make huge differences
That's a good strategy. You deliberately release a half-baked product, and then you release several software updates to fix some of the weaknesses you deliberately made. And the customers will praise you, cos you care about them and you're making the product better.
Funny, isn't it?