What they need to correct their camera disparity is to make their camera all be equal or close in spec. make the main 108 MP or 64 MP or even 48 MP, the ultrawide @ 48MP, the telephoto @ 48 MP w/ x3 optical (i doubt they can incorporate a periscope for their price range but they can easily do 30x hybrid with a 108 MP main working with the 48 MP telephoto, 20x hybrid with a 64 MP main and 48 MP telephoto and 15x hybrid with a 48 mp main and 48 mp telephoto). they can even use the Samsung sensors instead of the Sony ones to make it even cheaper.
When finally the selfie _behind_ the LCD?
In upcoming OP8 this selfie hole is a disaster. Why they mimicking Samsung?
Anyway, Meizu shows us that it is possible to put it on the thin frame.
Kinda sad. I dont need any camera upgrades if as far as price is low. Upgrade internal battery to 6000Mah and im all in. No need for better camera. Even my OP3 takes good shots. Only battery is issue, it does not last as much as i want even if it has quickcharge. I am always tied to a wall i want to be free please.
Anonymous, 27 Jan 2020Battey is not problem. People are using phones more than they should. Even if companies put ... moreI'd say you're both wrong and right. People do likely use phones more than they should... But even light use can burn though the battery on some devices.
Michel Brown, 27 Jan 2020When will smartphone companies start thinking of improving battery life instead of focusing on... moreThe only solution at the minute is increasing the battery size. Could do with a bit of a leap in battery tech, which most years we hear is only months away, lol. Seen many articles, some including reference to graphene, which is the wonder substance that is supposed to have a gazillion applications. never seem to get there though.
They are literally playing catchup right now as far as software features are concerned.
This is a ploy. In the end they'll do / lead the conversation what/where they always wanted.
One Plus also consider budget phone that can fits to most one plus lover
Michel Brown, 27 Jan 2020When will smartphone companies start thinking of improving battery life instead of focusing on... moreBattey is not problem.
People are using phones more than they should.
Even if companies put 7000 mAh, you will find people that will still drain it within a day.
"OnePlus held an “Open Ears Forum” in New York, basically a meet-up to hear out fans on their thoughts and ideas of how the company can improve current and future OnePlus products."
Good that Ple Plus is listening. All Smarrphone Companies should hold customers meeting for feedback atleast once every year. I personally am not a fan of One Plus, but this initiative is praise worthy.
When will smartphone companies start thinking of improving battery life instead of focusing only on camera and other stuff !!
Will research about 4K limit?
It should have been done already.
Though not as much as they used to in their early days, it's good to see OnePlus listening to their customers
Make sure you fix them black crush issues that plague both 7pro and 7t pro models
Good that they are listening to customers
One plus is winning it's customers