Anonymous, 22 Jun 2016where is review man.. !!! Just got the news...
GSMArena is coming up with a teardown of OP3 alongwith its full review ;)...:D..
Have patience guys. :D
Guys i'm getting buzz noise while playing certain songs and it disappear once i reboot my phone.... has anyone come across such issue??
Hari Prasad Reddy, 23 Jun 2016** 1. can we lock the apps by fingerprint scanner?? 2. Does it support OTG ??support otg but sometimes it wont
ajsgskd, 22 Jun 2016Which one is better oneplus 3 or oppo f1 plus?which one should i buyofcourse bro one plus 3
ajsgskd, 22 Jun 2016Which one is better oneplus 3 or oppo f1 plus?which one should i buydefinitely go for op3 its snappy,its the beast phone
1. can we lock the apps by fingerprint scanner??
2. Does it support OTG ??
ajsgskd, 22 Jun 2016Which one is better oneplus 3 or oppo f1 plus?which one should i buyI think one plus 3, coz it got snapdragon 820 and it can take 4k video..
What you guys think about its CPU, it only has 2x dual-core, which I think is kind weak
ajsgskd, 22 Jun 2016Which one is better oneplus 3 or oppo f1 plus?which one should i buyare you kidding me ? comparing snapdragon to mtk sh*t?!!!
of course go for op3
jhkliu68, 22 Jun 2016can someone tell me what means by "global version"?! coz I dont see any global version in onep... moreBoth versions contain the same 2G support:
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
For 3G HSPA, they differ:
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100 - North America
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 - Global model
And also for 4G:
LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 17(700) - North America
LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800), 38(2600), 40(2300), 41(2500) - Global model
Will the Global version (assuming that's what's served up in the UK) work in Canada? Well, it somewhat depends what carrier's network you are on.
If you are on Rogers/Fido/Chatr (maybe others) that operate on the Rogers network, you will at least get phone, text, and very slow (EDGE) data via the 2G (GSM) network. Bell and Telus and their brands (Virgin, Public Mobile, Koodo, probably others) do NOT operate a 2G network at all, so that option is out.
I am not very familiar with what frequencies Rogers uses for 3G, so I'm not sure. Telus and Bell use 850 and 1900 MHz, so I believe either version of the phone will get you 3G service, so voice, texting, and medium-speed data (HSPA/HSPA+).
When it comes to 4G LTE Data is where you will run into trouble. All of the big Canadian networks primarily run on band 4, which is NOT in the global version. Band 7 is, and it is also used in at least some areas on the major carriers too, so you may get intermittent LTE based on where you are. But missing band 4 really means your LTE support is not good in Canada.
For Wind.... I think you HAVE to have the North American version, as they operate on the 1700/2100 frequencies (aka AWS) for both 3G and 4G, and the global version does not support that at all. I think you will get zero service on Wind on the global version.
On the North American version, you will be fine on every Canadian carrier today, Wind included.
EDIT: forgot to mention the OnePlus site doesn't show you the global version info because you're browsing from within Canada. :) (or the US) It only shows you the specs for your region.
ajsgskd, 22 Jun 2016Which one is better oneplus 3 or oppo f1 plus?which one should i buyOne plus 3 dude of course. F1 plus has crapy chipset.
Which one is better oneplus 3 or oppo f1 plus?which one should i buy
is this even going to be available in the philippines? Mi5 isnt here yet too
pls top that Fan button.. gsm make a review pls.. its a real amazing 3