AnonD-572456, 16 Aug 2016hai there, how about comparing with the zenfone 3? is it ok? from where i from .. none of peop... moreDude. I'm from msia too. Want to remind u that Zen3 is not even using SD820, just SD652.. while the true flagship zen3deluxe that using sd820 is RM2599(64gb/6gb) or RM3299(256gb/6gb).. zen3 is way too overpriced..
AnonD-569882, 08 Aug 2016Hey everyone, today I am writing this blog related with OP3 and its overall performance. Many ... morehai there, how about comparing with the zenfone 3? is it ok? from where i from .. none of people i knw are using op3.. so i really need your opinion.. if market price here are -
Zenfone 3 (4g/64)= RM1699, OP3 (6g,64) =RM1888
Riya , 15 Aug 2016Hi... frnds I m Riya I'm from India.
I want to buy one plus 3.
frnds plz tell me about batte... moreHi Riya.
The battery lasts a day or about 10-12 hours for me on 3g and wifi all the time. There is no heating problem even while playing heavy games, given the 14nm chipset.
Every phone can break when it falls, its just the angle of fall and sheer luck. Mine fell twice but not broken yet haha. Also, use a good case from Otterbox/Tudia/Nillkin/Foso/Spigen if available.
Hi... frnds I m Riya I'm from India.
I want to buy one plus 3.
frnds plz tell me about battery backup...
bcos I use 3G most of the time n also watching movie.
any heating problem...
and A boy post on facebook tht his one plus 3 screen broken mobile just fall 3 feet height. .
is that true..???
Plz someone help me....
Online video is always pixelated to some extent, that's due to compression. You need to view raw files from the camera of any phone to see a true representation of it's quality. Also your own monitor or whatever you view the video on will come into play also as your own device you are viewing the video through will have colour settings.
How much it will cost exactly if you if i order it directly from Oneplus.net US , Because if its more then 450$ i am going to buy it from Amazon US because of the better customer support and faster shipping :)
AnonD-572614, 15 Aug 2016Hi Can anyone suggest between OP3 and Galaxy S7 edge. How bad Is the pixelated issue of the OP... moreIt seems noone can beat the Samsung camera. If this is your only criteria, then go buy s7edge. If you have other expectations from OP3 they will be satisfied even better then s7 edge can do. I sold my s7edge and decided to buy OP3 and I grats myself everyday for the choice.
Hi Can anyone suggest between OP3 and Galaxy S7 edge. How bad Is the pixelated issue of the OP3 camera. Even the video seems to be pixelated.
Paul, 14 Aug 2016Is the update done by you indipendently or one plus support helped you. If so then how can we ... morePlease call one plus three customer they will take acess of your system and do it...
Awesome phone very good camera no heating issues... Look wise awesome very slim
AnonD-572361, 14 Aug 2016How many times do tens of thousands of us have to say it? No removable battery, no MicroSD slo... moreJudging by the teardown videos, it's not hard to replace the battery at all - no heat gun required, no fragile glass backplate to break, no water resistance to worry about, and you don't need to remove every other component to reach the battery.
You won't be able to hotswap, but at least you can easily replace it 2 years later when it's worn.
ProJames, 15 Aug 2016Ok just let me see... LeEco Le Max 2 is a good option, but I really don't know much about whe... moreLOL, Z3+ with an 801? My LG G3 from Q2 2014 has an 801. Great SoC, but way behind now. Too many good flagship-level phones available with the 808, 810, and 820 for $300-$500 to choose from now to take that big of step backwards. I'm itching to pull the trigger on a ZTE Axon 7 - down to $400 at the not-so-old egg place, though back-ordered for a few weeks. Snapdragon 820, 4GB/64GB, microSD, good screen, etc.
AnonD-572361, 14 Aug 2016How many times do tens of thousands of us have to say it? No removable battery, no MicroSD slo... moreI'm with 1ntegrity, 100%. No microSD, no removable battery? No chance I buy it.
Same (and maybe only) reason I haven't bought a Nexus phone since the 2009 HTC Dream/G1, which had both. I'd be all over this - high-level specs in a nice package why why WHY no removable storage or battery? Major mistake, with very little cost savings.