Jojo, 12 Apr 2020No one wants punch hole camera.speak for yourself not everyone else :)
Anonymous, 11 Apr 2020In photo it's showing. Hydrogen OS ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ Yes because that's a Chinese model
Anonymous, 11 Apr 2020Yes, but you today with a bigger sensor and f1.8 you get better results not losing to much ang... moreBut edges will be even more out of focus.
Which is not purpose of ultra wide shots.
Bigger f will also decrease sharpness.
Lower shutter can do the job.
Biatch, 11 Apr 2020Apples Samsung screenIn photo it's showing. Hydrogen OS ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚
Anonymous, 11 Apr 2020Ultra Wides on phones are used with f2.0, f2.2 and f2.4 because compared to f1.8, f1.6 etc the... moreYes, but you today with a bigger sensor and f1.8 you get better results not losing to much angle and usable even at night, when a lot of ultrawide cameras fails in quality.
Anonymous, 11 Apr 2020Anyways €729 with only one camera with OIS, F2.2 ultrawide and 2MP Macro is a joke. Its charg... moreUltra Wides on phones are used with f2.0, f2.2 and f2.4 because compared to f1.8, f1.6 etc they keep more of the frame in focus.
Nobody wants ultra wide with blur on the edges.
Biatch, 11 Apr 2020Apples Samsung screenSo what? Samsung's display department (which is not the whole Samsung corporation) made displays for iPhones by Apple's requirements and design (btw, design is not "how it looks", but "how it works"), so iPhones have flat screens by Apple's will (and big thanks to them for it), and Galaxy S and Note have curved screens by will of Samsung's smartphone department (which is, again, not the whole Samsung corporation).
It's been a long time since I bought my last OP. Their prices are way too high and, no matter how good phones they are, they are unjustifiable. I guess Samsung have much, much higher R&D and promotion costs, yet they are priced similarly. Where does all that additional cash go? I suppose in Oneplus' pockets.
OP are ususally good phones, but their price, size and curved screen are a no-go for me. OP Z will be cheaper maybe, but it will have too many features missing.
Dometalican, 11 Apr 2020It's sad that OnePlus decided to go the expensive route without offering much unless you go Pr... moreNot to mention the SAME 16mp selfie cam sensor and horrible mic for video recording., No jack, no headphones or dongle at least included either The regular 8 is actually pretty much the same or a step down even. With what all is going on in the world and the world's economy these phones are going to be a flop at these prices and they will be drastically discounted within two or three months. I think I may just buy the Mi 10 now for half the price and almost as good or as good specs
Ferdinand, 11 Apr 2020What is the chance you even helped a single person with your comment? Do you know you are trolling?Here's a fact. Your reply to my comment is 10 times more useless than my comment. So next time don't bother writing all that.
Oh and BTW, I'm well within my rights to comment about a device, even if my comment doesn't "help" anyone.
Whackcar, 11 Apr 2020Just a reminder to those who are disappointed with the prices. OnePlus is supposed to release ... moreWhat is the chance you even helped a single person with your comment? Do you know you are trolling?
It's sad that OnePlus decided to go the expensive route without offering much unless you go Pro with IP68 and wireless charging. But even then, 256GB being the highest amount you can get? Without expanded memory? Forget 4K videos. And no headphone jack again? Like turning the other cheek on those begging for its return since a year and a half ago.
Living in America, I don't have a lot of choices. I'm going to wait for HTC or Asus to see what they have to offer. Otherwise, guess I'll just grab the ROG 2 since that has better specs than ALL these 'flagships'.