Oneplus is the perfect trojan horse story of our times, came in like a hero of the masses with sensibly priced products... It did not take too long for them to show their true colors - at 20k its flaws were forgettable, at 26k, still tolerable, 35k, 49k, now 60k - prices keep increasing but the issues are not fixed - it still is always an unfinished product - none of their original fan bases can afford their products anymore - no one who will spend that much want what feels like a beta product.
RIP Oneplus - it was fun while you tried to make us believe you are different...
One plus is no longer a company with motto of Never Settle, this pricing is bonkers, it is expected from companies like Samsung, Apple, Huawei but OnePlus used to be a charm and loved company back till 5T series release, since then I started disliking them tbh... If we are paying 60k premium why not chose Note or S series galaxy or even iPhone 11, better value i guess. They need to understand that making everything related to speed makes them look bad and eventually they are selling at higher prices these devices
From Hunter to Hunted, the Suits at BBK really aren't the sharpest knife in the drawer.
the price is a bit too high but u need to understand now it's giving an official ip rating which obviously add up to the cost of manufacture ..it is still lower than 64gb iphone 11 or samsung's s20 series
RIP ONEPLUS . SO LONG BROTHER. YOU CHOSE THE DARK SIDE !!!! on a serious note, why buy a 60,000 rs ONEPLUS when I can buy an Iphone 11 at that price or a note 10 ?
Shade, 11 Apr 2020So that's it !!oneplus will lose half of its customers in india with high pricing every year ... moreExactly.
OnePlus moved from flagship killer to flagship way too early. Each model so far always lacked something. If it wasnt camera it was the battery life. Two things that are most important to me.
I would rather pay some extra cash and go with well known brand that has support centers all over my country so won't have much worries if there is anything wrong with my phone.
If the price is correct that's getting a bit pricey for OnePlus phones. The price point in the US for the 8 really needs to be no more than $599. With iPhones at $699 and a new, even lower cost iPhone on the way Apple is really starting to go after the mid-priced, flagship market.