AnonD-441601, 15 Apr 2017Probbably you dont know but Snapdragon 835 have like 30% less battery consumption compared to ... moreHo but many people dont no abt that so pls try atleast 3500mh it will be best for oneplus5 in other site they are telling it will be 4000mh battery its would be mean it will be 2017 great phone
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2017please make it ip68 And next u would ask for IP70.
I was hoping for one model that would do Asia and USA, LTE bands 1,2,3,4 at least. are we positive 2 different models?
With only a 3000mah battery I would worry that a 5T would come 5 months later. I would hope after the 3T a 3400mah would be their new standard.
Hoping for good sized battery and some usa support with full no problem functionality on common networks and providers...please. Need sd slot too. Maybe option to toggle QHD to FHD when needed too.
I am sure 3000mAh battery is fine for normal single day use, but I am also sure everyone will be happier if it has a bigger battery, something like 5000mAh to match the Lenovo P2.
Everyone just stop complaining about battery. Even galaxy s8 has 3000mAh battery due to power efficient snapdragon 835.
AnonD-647900, 15 Apr 2017Everything looked perfect until I scrolled all the way down, 3000 mAh battery why OPPO why?! G... morestop complaining about it, snapdragon 835 is power efficient so there is no need for bigger battery.
Tasmina, 16 Apr 2017OnePlus should increase battery capacity :/ only 3000mAh ??? very poor ! hey this information isn't permanent,it can change any time.so like the battery,doesn't mean they state the battery capacity is 3000MAH and that will be a permanent information.it can change anytime man!
3000mah enough for that display? Why 5.5"quad hd screens?? Full hd density enough for even 7" (300ppi+). Good do same phone with low resolution. Hd for example, about 260-290ppi
OnePlus should increase battery capacity :/ only 3000mAh ??? very poor !
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2017audio experts need these frequencysYou don't get it, don't you? The 24/192 thing is just a marketing gimmick, nothing more. And "audio experts" don't f***ing use a smartphone aimed at general public. Most of them don't even use a sample rate higher than 96kHz.
Please refrain yourself from replying if you can't use your brain properly.