Better RAM Management and More Accurate Calibration with the 3.1.4 Oxygen OS update
Good job OnePlus, this is a step in the right direction !
madn, 24 Jun 2016I feel its the price of technology and research that we pay for. Material cost is not high. Th... moreOfcourse everybody appreciates the cutting edge (no pun intended, okay maybe a little :P) technology from a distance that the flagships bring , and many of us can even afford them if we are really committed to buy them
But my point is, is it really worth investing that amount of our hard earned money in a gadget which is inevitably gonna be replaced by either a non flagship or maybe even the next samsung or apple device which will boast of a better configuration !
Wiki, 14 Jun 2016Primary camera : 8 MP
Secondary camera : 16 MP
What a heck?primary(rear) = 16MP
secondary(front) = 8MP
J0NSN0W, 24 Jun 201657K for a non-apple phone ?
Whats the point in spending a fortune when the average longevity ... moreI feel its the price of technology and research that we pay for. Material cost is not high. Thats why Sam and Appy charges high for their products. We get Sam Edge... Apple 3d touch etc which are not available in other phones.
These companies have separate research teams which develop products and test them.
It worth to appreciate them if it fits our wallet. Otherwise, MI , OP etc are always there.
El, 24 Jun 2016If you can easily afford S7 edge, go for it. Not just the higher screen dpi which is better fo... more57K for a non-apple phone ?
Whats the point in spending a fortune when the average longevity of a smartphone is hardly more than 2 years, nowadays
Also, specs are only marginally better than OP3, at least on paper
About the display, yes its better than OP3, but how often do we use VR ? Not regularly I believe
The OP3 camera is decent, according to the reviews, so unless you are a pro , won't make much of a difference
Audio quality, hardly differential
Expandable memory, maybe you need that with a 16/32GB , but not with 64GB I guess
Water resistance, wireless charging, not dealbreakers, plus the dash charging is really fast
So, I don't think its wise to spend such amount on a premium phone in today's times, unles its gonna last for at least more than 2 years!
Mutnat, 23 Jun 2016It really depends on your preferences. The screen looks fine to my eyes so far (after about 2... moreThere are serious display color saturation issues with OP3
Also, the reason why apps reload is because they are aggressively kicked out of memory after a while
Looks like OP is trying to address these issues in an upcoming OTA
JeriXuz, 23 Jun 2016Same here bud. Are you from US? I'm still thinking about op3 or s7 egde. I can buy them right ... moreIf you can easily afford S7 edge, go for it. Not just the higher screen dpi which is better for VR headsets, but it has one of the best cameras even among Galaxy series. Nothing else comes close to its camera performance. The audio quality also is stellar. Performance-wise, both are powerful. It also has expandable memory and is water resistant. It even has more sensors and wireless charging.
You are getting all this stuff for the premium that you are paying
[deleted post]If you think the seller at Lazada is shady, you might want to consider some other credible 3rd party online stores like Widget City. You may want to follow Kim Store or Hot Gadgets if they'll ever put it up on sale. They offer free delivery or pick-up options, iirc at least one of them offers Cash-on-Delivery too
DON, 23 Jun 2016oneplus 3 dont think F1 plus no where near the one plus 3. Go get the one plus 3. Processing power and ram are enough to make a difference between them.
Mutnat, 23 Jun 2016It really depends on your preferences. The screen looks fine to my eyes so far (after about 2... moreThanx that helped...so how does it feels in VR headset...is it good like samsung VR??