fake-phone, 04 Aug 2017with 500 euro I rather buy a used iPhone 7 Plus. I phone 7 Plus has more quantity feature and ... moreexcept with iphone, it's the same thing every year. It looks the same like with the iphone 4. No removable storage, you can't use different ringtones, it's not water/dust proof, doesn't have bluetooth 5.0 like the oneplus 5, and is just way too overpriced. It only really shines with the iOS that came with it. Once you upgrade to the next one, it's much slower than before because Apple designs the iOS to only work with current technology, not yesterday's technology.
till now I'm still confused if i will go with lg g6 or op5...iv seen alot of videos that lg g6 has a problem with battery drain,bootloop,etc...but i like g6 it seems rock a solid phone especially i do like ip68....for op5 i like the battery life,im not a gamer but speed is additional point.dislike to op5 no ip68 and not a 2k resolution...so which one?
PKM1, 30 Jul 2017Samsung c9 pro is a very good choice toobut Samsung C9 getting hot fast...
with 500 euro I rather buy a used iPhone 7 Plus. I phone 7 Plus has more quantity feature and the big thing is YOU WILL HAVE A RELIABLE QUARRANTY. This Phone only have higher benchmark # but those number is not reliable.
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2017you want to be using the same phone in 4 years time? Nobody uses the same Android hand set in ... moreMy Nexus 4 with Android 7.1.2 (LOS 14.1) disagrees with you. If you use your phone for office (ie. gaming is not important; a good camera is nice to have but also not critical; it's business apps compatibility and security updates that really matters) then it will easily last many years as long as it is supported by projects such as LineageOS.
Fortunately for OnePlus, they do seem to understand this well (I dislike almost all else about the company, but they are always in the run because of this).
Paul, 03 Aug 2017Has anyone moved from a 2k screen phone like the Samsung S6 & noticed any difference in ha... moreI use to have a Nexus 6P (5.7" 2K display). I can't really tell the difference between OP5. Allthough bigger screen better when watching Netflix or Youtube. FullHD is enough when using 5.5" screen though.
I am planning to buy a new phone next month.
Please help me to find out a good phone.
Op 5 or Honor 9 which one is best...
Please help, 03 Aug 2017Hey guys I just got the oneplus 5 and it has a jelly screen effect?? What should I do?? Will i... moreI would send it back & get another one, some phones seem to have it worse than others for some reason?
Hey guys I just got the oneplus 5 and it has a jelly screen effect?? What should I do?? Will it affect the phones performance?????
Just got the oneplus 5 a few hours ago and it's an average phone
Camera quality is as same as the oneplus 3. Don't get this phone as its bang average. Rather get the s8+
How is software supports comparing to other flagships for example s8?
Has anyone moved from a 2k screen phone like the Samsung S6 & noticed any difference in having a 1080p display?
AnonD-689125, 02 Aug 2017Hey guys I´m going to buy a new smartphone next month because my Huawei Mate 8 screen ... moreOnePlus 5 is the best of the 3 options. It have better camera and performance. Do some research on OnePlus 5 DxOMark. It scored much better than LG G6. Plus it have a SNAPDRAGON 835 which is the current fastest chipset for smartphones
Anonymous, 01 Aug 2017In what context are you speaking of, and Oneplus did make ceramic for Oneplus X in limited edi... moreyou want to be using the same phone in 4 years time? Nobody uses the same Android hand set in 4 years unless they don't care about staying current or can't afford to upgrade.
most people who are even borderline knowledgeable about smartphones and use Android will be upgrading every 2-3 years tops. there are simply too many good improvements to handsets to be had over that amount of time. That's not to say that handsets will degrade that fast.. seems to me you just want to be a stickler. with you expectations you won't be happy with any phone to begin with.