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OnePlus 3 A3000 64GB Graphite, 5.5", Dual Sim, GSM Factory Unlocked U.S.A Version
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- 2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2; 3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 - Global model; 4G bands LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800), 38(2600), 40(2300) - Global model; Speed HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A (2CA) Cat6 300/50 Mbps; GPRS Yes; EDGE Yes
- Primary 16 MP, f/2.0, phase detection autofocus, OIS, LED flash; Video 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps, 720p@120fps, Auto HDR; Secondary 8 MP, f/2.0, 1/3.2" sensor size, 1.4 µm pixel size, 1080p; 6GB RAM; 64GB Internal Storage; No Card Slot
- OS Android OS, v6.0.1 (Marshmallow); Chipset Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820; CPU Quad-core (2x2.15 GHz Kryo & 2x1.6 GHz Kryo); GPU Adreno 530; 5.5" Optic AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors; Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density); Multitouch Yes; Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 4
- Dimensions 152.7 x 74.7 x 7.4 mm (6.01 x 2.94 x 0.29 in); Weight 158 g (5.57 oz); SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by); Non-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery with Dash Charge technology (replenish over 60% of the battery within 30 minutes) ; Sensors Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
- This cell phone is compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM need cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers) need to contact the service provider to check fully compatibility of the phone. This Unlocked cellphone will NOT work with CDMA Carriers like Verizon, Sprint, Boost mobile or Virgin mobile.
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|Camera Description||—||16.0||13 MP||20 MP||12 MP||12.0|
|Screen Size||5.5 in||5.5 in||5.5 in||5.5 in||5.2 in||5.2 in|
|Item Dimensions||2.94 x 6.01 x 0.29 in||0.28 x 6 x 2.94 in||0.35 x 6.02 x 2.99 in||2.95 x 5.97 x 0.31 in||0.3 x 5.7 x 2.8 in||0.31 x 5.84 x 2.89 in|
|Item Weight||1.54 lbs||5.44 ounces||1.7 lbs||6.17 ounces||4.8 ounces||5.76 ounces|
|Operating System||android 6.0||OxygenOS based on Android™ Nougat||Android||Android 6.0.1||Android + EMUI||google_android|
16MP Primary Camera with PDAF, EIS and optical (OIS) stabilization technologies protected by a more durable sapphire glass with a 16 MP front Camera
13.97 centimeters (5.5-inch) optic AMOLED full HD Capacitive touchscreen with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution and 401 ppi pixel density
Android OS V6.0.1 upgradable to V7.1.1 nougat. Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 MSM8996 Pro Quad core processor; Adreno 530 GPU 6GB LPDDR4 RAM, 64GB memory (ufs 2.0), Dual Nano-sim dual-standby (4g+4g)
3, 400 mAh Lithium-Polymer battery (non-removable) powered by state-of-the-art dash charge (5V 4a) technology; NFC enabled, Bluetooth 4.2and reversible Type-C connector
1 year manufacturer warranty for Device
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My phone shipped from the seller Mobiles International LLC, and they absolutely dropped the ball in selling a domestic Chinese phone as an international model. I'm paying for an LTE connection from AT&T, which I am unable to access from my Oneplus 3 due to the seller's incompetence. There is no problem with selling a Chinese version of the phone, but to pass it off as an international version that uses completely different bands than described in the description is fraudulent. I recommend that you do not buy your phone off of Amazon if you're looking for the North American version of the Oneplus 3
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• The box contains: Your new device, USB cable, Charger (may be foreign) If so, a FREE US adapter will be included, Documentation.
These phones do not work on 4G networks in the USA. I have one that now needs to have the motherboard replaced to work in the USA as told to me by OnePlus. Let my mistake help you.
Then the OnePlus One was released.
OnePlus hit the nail on the head with the One. Premium hardware, great software, and a price that was half what some of the other flagships were charging. Sure, the phone had a few issues, but those were easily overlooked when you stepped back and looked at the overall value you were getting.
The OnePlus Two arrived a year later. The hype drove the phone to success, but it was not flagship killer and it had some really glaring issues. The term “flagship killer” became a joke. The Two looked good, had okay hardware, and was built solid, but it was plagued by a half-baked OS, missing features, and an invite system that artificially drove the price up on the secondary market.
Now we have the OnePlus Three (I’m skipping the X. It’s not a flagship rival and was never intended to be such a thing). OnePlus finds itself in a scary position. Gone is the hype of being the new guy. Also gone is top notch reputation. Now OnePlus has to prove that it wasn’t a one hit wonder. It has to prove that it’s more than a fad. It also has to find a way to win back some of its fan base. A fan base that has been alienated by poor customer service, absurd contests targeted at them, and software updates that rival Samsung for some of the slowest in the industry.
The OnePlus Three is the phone OnePlus should have released last year. That is to say, finally OnePlus has made something better than the OnePlus One. It took two years but they finally surpassed the standard they set with the OPO. This phone has some issues, but before we roll our eyes and move on, let’s look at what this thing is made of.
The OPO felt premium despite the fact that it was mostly plastic. That was then, this now. You can’t release a plastic phone today and label it as “premium”. In the case of the Three, OnePlus decided to copy and paste from some of its competitors. The Three looks like a hybrid between an iPhone 6 Plus, and HTC M9 and a HTC 10. Basically it looks like someone gave the M9 a shot of steroids, popped out its camera, and made the camera square instead of a circle. Look at the front and it’s hard to tell the difference between the HTC 10 and the Three. The only striking difference is the size (the three is larger).
When you hold this phone in your hand, it feels like an iPhone 6Plus. If you are going to copy someone, I guess it’s a good idea to copy the best when it comes to that. My only real complaint is the camera bump, but I’ll explain why later.
I’ll keep this second short. At the time of this writing, the OnePlus Three has some of the best hardware you can get in a cell phone. In fact, some parts of it are ground breaking. I do question their thinking though. Why do I need 6GB of RAM? How many people are going to utilize that? I guess if your software is an awful memory how you might need it, but I have a laptop that runs quite fast and it only has 4GB of RAM. I think many people would give up one or two GB of RAM for more than 64GB of storage or… A SD SLOT! Really?!? You can put in dual SIM support, but it’s too much to get an SD slot?
I will give OnePlus one thing. They finally admitted that a lot of people use NFC and they put it back in one of their phones.
The final hardware related item I will mention is their notification slider. OnePlus is the only phone maker that copied Apple’s notification switch. They didn’t just copy it, they greatly improved on it. For anyone who is in and out of meetings, being able to switch your alert mode instantly is really handy. It’s an awesome thing to steal and I’m amazed more phone makers haven’t gotten on board with it yet.
So how fast is the OnePlus Three? When you run the bench marks you will find that, on some tests, it beats the Galaxy S7, HTC 10, LG G5, and Nexus 6P. In other words, it’s balls out fast.
The OnePlus One had a mediocre display. The Two didn’t do much to improve on that. The display has always been a weak point for OnePlus. To counter that, OnePlus switched to a 1080p AMOLED display on the Three. The impact is huge. This display doesn’t surpass the newest Samsung phones, but it’s a brilliant, colorful display that is even usable in sunlight.
Some people turn their nose at the display because it’s 1080p. Those people deserve to be suckered into the hi res hype. Let’s be blunt. The vast majority of people cannot see the difference between 720p and 1080p…on a 50” TV, unless the press their face against the screen. Unless you whip out a 10x magnifying glass, you are not going to be able to see the difference between a 1080p and a 1440p on a 5.5 inch screen. Too many people equate resolution with quality. Don’t fall for that. If you stack a 1080p AMOLED next to a 1440p LCD, and ask people which is the higher resolution, most people will pick the 1080p AMOLED.
There is a BIG benefit of selecting a 1080p over a 1440p. It’s battery life. Other phone makers know that too. HTC popped a higher res LCD in the 10, but added an app that will reduce the res down to 1080p for games and media, in an effort to save the battery life.
Overall the display in the Three is a remarkable jump in quality. The display is no longer a drawback of buying a OnePlus. Granted it's not quite as crisp as the display on most of Samsung's phones, then again, Samsung is the best in the industry when it comes to that.
OnePlus likes create hype around their cameras. It’s always been false hype. Their cameras have always been simply adequate. The past cameras barely hit the middle of the pack and came nowhere near the quality that Apple and Samsung was providing.
The camera in the Three is best camera OnePlus has ever put in one of their phones. What does that mean? It means it doesn’t suck as much as it’s past phones. How’s that for a compliment? This camera would have been a flagship camera in early 2014. Right now it’s once again the middle of the pack. The sensor isn’t as big as its rivals. The pixel size shrunk when compared to the previous model. The aperture doesn’t match its rivals. This camera has some bells and whistles, but so do the others and they have been hardware.
But, this camera can record in 4k! That’s something nice to shine up, turn sideways, and shove it where the sun doesn’t shine. Forget the absurdity of recording 4K video with a sensor that small and hardware this middle of the pack. Forget that 4K is foolishly overkill (and will be for a long time). Why would I want to record 4K videos on a phone with a fixed amount of internal storage and no expandable storage? Why would I want to shoot 4K on a camera with only a 3000mah, non-swappable battery?
But, how do the photos match up? To be honest they are not bad. That sounds good, but they lag behind the photos you can get with the iPhone 6, 6S, Galaxy S6, S7, LG G5, HTC 10, and Nexus 6P. The quality does beat the Moto X Pure, but that’s not very hard to do.
The camera does have a nice set of options to play around with and also has a decent manual mode.
If sound is really important to you, buy the HTC 10. If it’s somewhat important to you, but the HTC 10, Nexus 6P, HTC 9, HTC 8, or Moto X Pure. The speakers in the Three are better than the One or the Two, but again, that’s not saying much. The speakers get the job done.
You’ll get your standard sound out of the headphones, but keep in mind that MAXX Audio was removed from the newest version of Oxygen OS (Which the Three runs).
My daily driver is an HTC 10, because I a software that is mostly bloat free and close to pure droid. I you add stuff in, it better be an enhancement and not just bell and whistles (I’m looking at you Samsung!). The original Oxygen OS (OnePlus’s in house version of Android) was not great. It was buggy and app crashes were common.
I have to say the newest version of Oxygen OS is fairly smooth. It’s also bloatware free. It’s basically stock android with a bunch of customization options added. I would say it’s one of the best android skins except for one glaring issue. Updates are painfully slow.
For a skin that is so close to stock, I cannot fathom why it takes OnePlus so long to push out updates. The OnePlus two just got its Marshmallow update in late May / early June. The OnePlus X still doesn’t have it. If you buy this phone, I would not expect to see Android N until June / July of 2017.
Lots of phones have fast charging. OnePlus has Dash Charge. It sounds like a gimmick but it kinda works. If your phone is dead or nearly dead, Dash Charge will get you to 60 to 65% in half an hour. It slows down once you hit that mark, but it’s impressive. I’m just a little concerned that they are ignoring some standards when it comes to USB C to accomplish this. That might sound like a paranoid statement, but OnePlus pretty much ignored the standards when it came to the USB C with the Two. Let’s hope they didn’t do that again.
The fingerprint sensor works well. I’d say it’s on par with the Nexus 6P, iPhone, and Galaxy phones, but isn’t quite as good as the HTC 10. Overall it’s a good sensor.
OnePlus has a bunch of custom cases, buy they don’t offer a lot of protection. They are mainly for looks.
You do not get headphones with the phone.
To be honest, the OnePlus Three is in the top ten, and possibly the top five Android smartphones you can buy right now. OnePlus finally got back on track and nailed a phone.
So should you but this phone?
This might answer that question – one of the best smartphones for hundreds less than the others. Not kidding. You can get his phone, unlocked and contract free for $399. The HTC 10 retails at $300 more than that. The Galaxy S7 and LG G5 are hundreds more too. In terms of value, the OnePlus Three is the best cell phone available right now.
I was a little disappointed that the OP3 came with only a 3000mah battery. I would have liked to seem them make the phone a little thicker, embed the camera, and use a larger battery. If they had, the OP3 would have been top notch when it came to battery life. The OP3 does okay. So far it manages to match the HTC 10, which puts it in the "average" range for today's flagships. In the end they choose form over function when it came to the battery.
Things I liked the most:
- Physical capacitive buttons for back, recents and home (this was really important to me, as I don't like these buttons using screen space)
- Volume slider, really useful
- 64GB of internal storage, being used to 8GB on a 2nd generation Moto G
- The camera
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