I really like this phone. But is it worth to switch to this phone from a Note 7?
Also, given the camera performance is not the best, is oneplus 3 phone good enough to scan documents? Thanks.
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2016Does the battery hold up? Battery life is okay. Not the greatest but certainly not the worst either. I mostly use my one plus 3 inside so I leave the brightness down to the minimum setting. I get several hours of web browsing, an hour or two if i'm binging youtube videos, and over a day if I only use it to check the time and text. But with the dash charger it's not an issue. I charge it before I leave the house and I'm good to go. The dash charger works just as advertised. I've yet to have my phone die on me
Victor01, 13 Oct 2016Check out the review from iGyaan for OP3 on call quality.
A phone can only be called flagsh... moreBut that's just one review. I can list a good number of reviews where the call reception was praised. Plus, I personally feel that the call reception and call quality is really good based on my experience.
Further, in reply to your points:
1. OP3 is for the masses. Most of the population do not use VR headsets, and so there is no absolute need for QHD. But of-course, QHD would be nice.
2. "35000+". What?
3. IMX 300 is a 23MP sensor, which is exclusively being used in Sony's flagship. And you have to understand that its not completely about the camera sensor. The software also plays a major role, as the final JPG image that you get to see in your phone is a result of the phone's software's processing and compression.
As a side note, I have been using the phone since its release, and I have taken some amazing shots till now with the phone's camera. So, cheers to you!
Friends pls tell me do u have any problem in battery. How long the battery lasts for u??
D dutta, 13 Oct 2016Camera pretty bad, otherwise it's a great phone, performance 10/10, outlook 10/10, camera 6/10... moreYea i have that problem too. The photos look fine on the phone, but when it goes onto the PC, the quality is slaughtered. I tried both using FB messenger and my built in camera app for photos.
I got this for less than a week, a slight impact to the screen shattered the whole thing. I'm really disappointed in the quality of the build. Other than that however, specs are good, dash charge is legit and blessed af, and the phone itself looks pretty sexy.
savvym, 13 Oct 2016This phone would be perfect if it had SD card slot, little better camera & stereo speakers... morePeople complaim about overheating, battery issues and call quality problems. That's what I've seen, so far. I'm close to buying this phone, but I'm hesitant due to the issues that were mentioned
This phone would be perfect if it had SD card slot, little better camera & stereo speakers.
Otherwise it is the best phone for 400e. I have done huge research on phones last weeks. Phones under 300e did not impress me a lot for their issues, so I was trying to be more realistic and look over 300e.
At first I did not want to buy this with who-knows-what issues as it only delivers the high-end stuff: processor, graphics, RAM, memory and "big" battery with good quality sound. Strong platform also means big drain on battery and probably overheating which I will look into deeper before buying, but for now I see this as well built cheap phone.
1+3 is easily beaten by phones over 500e but not at the price 400e. Most good phones are 450e-550e which have almost the same specs as this, few of them over 600e which also include better camera and even "bigger" battery but not better performance.
Benchmark tests show the device has the 1st best performing OS and 4th best performing GPU. I still can not believe that price. However I told you first about its downsides it is probably the best phone value/price.
Just reply me about the known issues if you have any with 1+3 I would like to know before buying it.
Hes2, 12 Oct 2016Hi, where can I buy it. I am in Germany. oneplus.net/de
Have anyone got naugat update? When naugat is going to be released for op3 ?
anas, 12 Oct 2016New One plus3 is coming with more power and battery backup.with very low quality of display.....lol
CozImBatman, 13 Oct 2016Which reviews? Bcoz, I have almost been through all the reviews about this phone, and none of ... moreCheck out the review from iGyaan for OP3 on call quality.
A phone can only be called flagship when it is in competition with others.
1) QHD Amoled Screens needed
2) Battery power about 35000+
3) Camera - Sony IMX 300 best series needed atleast to beat Nexus 6P
But unfortunately it lacks. We dont need a whooping 6GB RAM / 8GB RAM or more etc. It all depends how well the RAM optimization is done.
Hoping to see great work in the next version especially on the camera sensors, battery and screen (AMOLED) departments else rest is fine
D dutta, 13 Oct 2016Camera pretty bad, otherwise it's a great phone, performance 10/10, outlook 10/10, camera 6/10... morewhy the camera is bad? in comparison is way better than iphones 6 and 7 and samsungs s7´s.
madn, 10 Oct 2016According to me 64gb ia enough memory. The important issues are 1. Poor battery 2. Average... morei dont understand your comment on quality camera. could you be more expecific? in "comparison mode" to others here in gsm this camera is great also de recording. way better than iphones 6 and 7 and p9 and p9 plus, and is beter than s7,s6.
Camera pretty bad, otherwise it's a great phone, performance 10/10, outlook 10/10, camera 6/10, when u will move ur photos to laptop u will see they r very bad quality
Hes2, 12 Oct 2016Hi, where can I buy it. I am in Germany. Should be able to buy at oneplus.net, which is official OnePlus site that you should probably get it from. Many sites overprice the OnePlus by a little...