After owning it for less than a month here are the things I've noticed and am not happy about.
The capacitive buttons are easy to hit when I'm typing so sometimes I'll accidentally hit the back key while I'm typing and now most of you are thinking so switch to the on screen buttons well see I like to use aviate as my home screen so when I do that and I'm on the home screen the buttons go over the icons I have on the home screen..... And it doesn't look nice either.
The battery life is terrible, I find myself charging it several times a day, it's great that it charges rather quickly but for device like I would have expected better....
Reception is surprisingly better, on my previous phone there were a lot dead spots where with this I find myself having coverage in place I least expected.
Despite some of the great things about this phone it's not going to be enough for me to keep it....
pa1, 30 Sep 2016Does it have VoLTE? Does it support Reliance JIO SIM? How is power management while using 4G?It is a voLTE enabled device. So, I does support Reliance Jio.
As far as Battery Management, It gives me a decent 5 hours of continuous 4G use.
rakul, 30 Sep 2016what is the memory for users use??can any one help me out...please reply fastIt's pretty typical that Android uses 8-10GB of your internal storage.
what is the memory for users use??can any one help me out...please reply fast
Does it have VoLTE? Does it support Reliance JIO SIM? How is power management while using 4G?
AnonD-514838, 30 Sep 2016terrible after sales supportAnd some of you told me they habe great support, fast update, latest android version, no lags and stuff. Then, this comment makes me doubt Oneplus.
Joe, 23 Sep 2016Hand to small. 😂lol can be but I'm not the only one saying
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2016Is there any reason why I should not buy the OnePlus 3.terrible after sales support
I purchased mine about 3 weeks ago. So far this is what I think:
Camera - Poor. Software is lacking so much
Storage - 54.x+ left, enough and with 250GB google drive + photos, I don't miss SDCard
Processor/Graphics = The processor is the FASTEST thing I've ever seen, never thought a phone could perform so well, lagless and simply FAST, very FAST.
Screen quality - Could be better, much better.
This phone outperforms EVERY phone out there so far, and I've reviewed MANY, from Moto to Galaxy to iCrap. I have never seen one this fast, transitions are without lag, no wait at all opening heavy apps, battery life surpasses that of an iCraphone, Galaxy. It reminds me of the Moto X 2nd gen. Unfortunately they killed a killer phone with crappy camera software and not so impressive graphics performance. If they upgrade the graphics firmware, provide better camera app...this phone would be a keeper. I rooted and installed SLRlike camera software, tweaked the graphics and this phone became unstopable, incredibly fast, and picture quality improved SOOO much...I was very impressed, but users shouldn't have to root their phone to get the best of them, however keep in mind this is a $370 phone in a $750+ world, in my opinion, can't be beaten..
If any OP3 user can suggest whether to buy OP3 or try new Samsung Galaxy On8?
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2016Is there any reason why I should not buy the OnePlus 3.not exp memory, not w/resist, quality of camera
does oneplus 3 support otg?? any problems using the phone??what is excat memory for the users use??
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2016OP3 all the way. Samsung S6 has half the performance of a OnePlus 3 in AnTuTu Benchmark of aro... more I had a samsung s3 and camera was ok. I need to buy a new one. With what I have read oneplus 3 and samsang s6 cameras seems to be equivalent. Still undecided what to buy.
Good overall feature but you are not in the level of apple to ignore memory expansion...it's an irony considering a very good camera and clamping on the storage. I'm waiting for the +4 hopefully the expansion slot...