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One review Short, The oneplus 3 is an updated Oneplus One (Oneplus 2 was a shipwreck)

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One review Short, The oneplus 3 is an updated Oneplus One (Oneplus 2 was a shipwreck)

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Couldn't be any worse than sucsung. Ill never buy anything with the samsung name again ever, it's junk.
s5 locks up have to pull the battery. Jumps 5 hrs ahead have to shut it down. Jumps 5 hrs behind have to shut it down.

Its really bad when it freezes. It won't ring all calls go right straight to voicemail. I've lost some very important calls the phone is locked up. The controls light but the screen stays dark, frozen. What a piece of junk.
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So in all seriousness what do you all do with your phones to justify it? I paid 5 bucks for my phone... has a 1.5ghz mediatek quad, 1gb ram, expandable storage and a mali-t760 which is plenty of gpu grunt for it's "low" res of 960x540 on a 4.5" screen which works out to roughly 230 PPI (hadrdly low res by any stretch)..

Plays any game, handles calls, is 4g, has a class 10 32gb card in it and besides an "ok" at best camera it's more than enough. Just trying to see where these pricer phones are worth it. I can justify $500 on a gpu, but hard to justify it on a device where you drop it and pray to jeebus that it's not dead or has a broken screen.
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I used mine for HDMI out quite often on my old HTC One m7, and I also rooted the phone for use with 3rd party roms as I like having options available to me. Enabled me to force output frame limiters.

Thats the biggest issue with MediaTek at the moment as iirc they arent open about their hardware like some other vendors.

That being said, I couldnt find any reason to upgrade to these phones of late, only reason I am remotely interested is because my trusty m7 just died yesterday. Probably pick up a used note 4 though
    
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So in all seriousness what do you all do with your phones to justify it? I paid 5 bucks for my phone... has a 1.5ghz mediatek quad, 1gb ram, expandable storage and a mali-t760 which is plenty of gpu grunt for it's "low" res of 960x540 on a 4.5" screen which works out to roughly 230 PPI (hadrdly low res by any stretch)..



Plays any game, handles calls, is 4g, has a class 10 32gb card in it and besides an "ok" at best camera it's more than enough. Just trying to see where these pricer phones are worth it. I can justify $500 on a gpu, but hard to justify it on a device where you drop it and pray to jeebus that it's not dead or has a broken screen.

 



I'll never go back to a low end device. The frustration saved from using something a bit brawny, a decent screen and a camera that doesn't make you want to pull your hair out is worth it far more than the 100 bucks saved.
   
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Too big screen and too small battery life.
Needs 4.5-4.7" screen = pocketable size and an impressive battery life instead of small thickness.
Overboard hardware specs like CPU etc. are more of a battery eater than any advantage. 6GB RAM? Dunno why, stop using crappy apps, even if I load my phone with tons of apps I can't use 2GB or more. Maybe if you leave a game or two running in the background sure... but that is just stupid.

I've never found 1+ prices and availability to be good.

1080p at 5" is enough and certainly is at 4.5-4.7". But I don't want a 720p at those smaller sizes.

They need to improve screen size so it's pocketable, consumes less energy, increase battery size and have replaceable battery available for years to come, overall focus on efficiency over maximum computing power. What good is a 5.5" phone if you need a bag to carry it around and it only lasts a few hours of use before needing a charge, it's a show off device then nothing more.

IPS works for me I don't need AMOLED.
NFC is nice to have.
Rapid charging should be normal.

Prices are way too high quite often and Mediatek phones offer much better price/performance, dual sim, expandable storage, exchangeable battery, ...
I don't need Snapdragon this that to run a phone and a simple web browser that is limited by network more than CPU speed or GPU. MTK handles games at 1080p no problem too.

I certainly wouldn't pay $400 for a phone unless it was able to alter it's size like in a scifi and offer free international calls.
Edited by JackCY - 6/17/16 at 3:51am
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I went from a OnePlus One to a Moto X Pure last year (skipping the 2 because it didn't have NFC). I really like the original One but the lack of band 12 was a problem as I live in a fringe area for T-Mobile. Moto X is still running good so I'll not be upgrading quite yet. Does the 3 have full band 12 support for T-Mobile? Anyone know?
    
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Too big screen and too small battery life.
Needs 4.5-4.7" screen = pocketable size and an impressive battery life instead of small thickness.
Overboard hardware specs like CPU etc. are more of a battery eater than any advantage. 6GB RAM? Dunno why, stop using crappy apps, even if I load my phone with tons of apps I can't use 2GB or more. Maybe if you leave a game or two running in the background sure... but that is just stupid.

I've never found 1+ prices and availability to be good.

1080p at 5" is enough and certainly is at 4.5-4.7". But I don't want a 720p at those smaller sizes.

They need to improve screen size so it's pocketable, consumes less energy, increase battery size and have replaceable battery available for years to come, overall focus on efficiency over maximum computing power. What good is a 5.5" phone if you need a bag to carry it around and it only lasts a few hours of use before needing a charge, it's a show off device then nothing more.

IPS works for me I don't need AMOLED.
NFC is nice to have.
Rapid charging should be normal.

Prices are way too high quite often and Mediatek phones offer much better price/performance, dual sim, expandable storage, exchangeable battery, ...
I don't need Snapdragon this that to run a phone and a simple web browser that is limited by network more than CPU speed or GPU. MTK handles games at 1080p no problem too.

I certainly wouldn't pay $400 for a phone unless it was able to alter it's size like in a scifi and offer free international calls.

Calm down mate, No need to go A-wall because you don't find what you like in this phone(Just a friendly reminder there are more than 7 billion people on this earth) so if you dont like what you see you can buy other stuff, at the end nothing is perfect every product has its gripe, so if you use this mentality on everything you buy then you should not have installed windows 8.1 on your sigrig.


I dont understand OCN's need to make every product compatible with their needs, if you are not the target audience then you are not the target audience its as simple as that, I give it a year until we find some one on OCN crying why did Durex release a new condom in the news section.
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Couldn't be any worse than sucsung. Ill never buy anything with the samsung name again ever, it's junk.
s5 locks up have to pull the battery. Jumps 5 hrs ahead have to shut it down. Jumps 5 hrs behind have to shut it down.

Its really bad when it freezes. It won't ring all calls go right straight to voicemail. I've lost some very important calls the phone is locked up. The controls light but the screen stays dark, frozen. What a piece of junk.

s4 9505g gpe here

the phone still receives ota security updates every month

but it is stuck in 5.1 with bugs and samsung never cared to fix them

(youtube, fabebook video lag, missed call notifications, no way to use sd card as memory for apps, notification bar bugs)

what the hell, they release security updates but no fixes? and no 6.0?
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So in all seriousness what do you all do with your phones to justify it? I paid 5 bucks for my phone... has a 1.5ghz mediatek quad, 1gb ram, expandable storage and a mali-t760 which is plenty of gpu grunt for it's "low" res of 960x540 on a 4.5" screen which works out to roughly 230 PPI (hadrdly low res by any stretch)..



Plays any game, handles calls, is 4g, has a class 10 32gb card in it and besides an "ok" at best camera it's more than enough. Just trying to see where these pricer phones are worth it. I can justify $500 on a gpu, but hard to justify it on a device where you drop it and pray to jeebus that it's not dead or has a broken screen.

 



I'll never go back to a low end device. The frustration saved from using something a bit brawny, a decent screen and a camera that doesn't make you want to pull your hair out is worth it far more than the 100 bucks saved.

That's really been my biggest gripe with most phones... the camera. I buy cheaper phones but thankfully don't buy "cheap quality" phones per se, I just usually end up with something that was considered mid range a few model years back that is still an upgrade from what I'm coming from. My current phone was literally $5.00 and is fairly new but definitely considered low end by most people's standards today. Knock on wood it's been a solid buy for me and hasn't given me any headaches. Ironically at least the people I know with more expensive phones seem to be the ones to report the most problems. Then again I take care of my phone and the first thing I buy for every one of them is a good case and a glass based screen protector. Also charge the battery properly, etc. Probably just a case of the user expecting too much out of something that fits in your pocket.
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