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Topic # 205498 16-Nov-2016 09:28
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OnePlus announced the new 3T this morning:

 

https://oneplus.net/3t

 

The key differences between the 3 and the 3T are:

 

  • Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 821 instead of 820
  • 128GB option now available as well as 64GB
  • 3400mah battery vs 3000mah
  • 16MP front facing camera vs 8MP

The price has gone up to $439 USD for the 64GB and $479 for the 128GB.

 

Available for order 22nd November in USA.


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  Reply # 1671879 16-Nov-2016 11:39
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I'll skip this upgrade, still like my op3 :)


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  Reply # 1672929 17-Nov-2016 16:16
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Nice, might be a good upgrade from my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ - I still hate the rounded edges and IMHO this new OnePlus device might well be a better device than the Pixel XL - certainly a better-priced option anyway.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1672936 17-Nov-2016 16:25
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I think it is a good option for those with older than this years devices. Its not worth the upgrade for anyone that has bought a device this year. And I think OnePlus will start to increase their prices slowly now they have a foothold (however small it is) in the market


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  Reply # 1672942 17-Nov-2016 16:35
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Yes, I have had a number of phones and I think i might be sticking to the one plus range now (as long as they don't do another OP2 and leave things out from the hardware).

 

I love dash charging, it is worth getting the car charger.  

 

 


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  Reply # 1672947 17-Nov-2016 16:41
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Krishant007:

Its not worth the upgrade for anyone that has bought a device this year.



Oh I don't know about that - you underestimate how much I hate this curved screen :p lol

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  Reply # 1678105 26-Nov-2016 23:09
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I'm wanting to get this as a replacement for my Z3. Anyone know how to go about buying one (as it doesn't seem likely I can buy one here in NZ).

 

 

 

Thanks.




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  Reply # 1678279 27-Nov-2016 13:43
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I ended up ordering a OPO3T 128gb for myself, travelling to USA this Christmas so will get it delivered there. Will try it out and let you know how its going. 

 

If i dont end up replacing my daily driver with it, it will be up for sale :)


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  Reply # 1678312 27-Nov-2016 14:58
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Do be aware that the American version only has one 4G band compatible with NZ frequencies - on Spark or Skinny only.




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  Reply # 1678359 27-Nov-2016 16:01
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tom78:

 

Do be aware that the American version only has one 4G band compatible with NZ frequencies - on Spark or Skinny only.

 

 

 

 

Hm, you do make a point. I did some quick research and saw that the band it does have (7), isnt the common one. The common band around NZ is 3 I believe. Can someone verify this for me? 


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  Reply # 1678399 27-Nov-2016 16:55
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Krishant007:

 

tom78:

 

Do be aware that the American version only has one 4G band compatible with NZ frequencies - on Spark or Skinny only.

 

 

 

 

Hm, you do make a point. I did some quick research and saw that the band it does have (7), isnt the common one. The common band around NZ is 3 I believe. Can someone verify this for me? 

 

 

Bands 3 (1800)  and 28 (700) are common here





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  Reply # 1678493 27-Nov-2016 20:33
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Krishant007:

 

tom78:

 

Do be aware that the American version only has one 4G band compatible with NZ frequencies - on Spark or Skinny only.

 

 

 

 

Hm, you do make a point. I did some quick research and saw that the band it does have (7), isnt the common one. The common band around NZ is 3 I believe. Can someone verify this for me? 

 

 

Bands 3 (1800)  and 28 (700) are common here

 

 

Thanks for the info. I really dont know in that case. Might just need to cancel the order. Unless someone is keen for the OnePlus 3T 128gb for the $750 I will pay for it? Will be back in NZ by end of Jan


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  Reply # 1678558 27-Nov-2016 22:35
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Wouldn't it be great if the world could agree which frequencies they were going to use so that we all knew what 4G meant etc?!

 

I bet a huge swathe of customers across the world have no idea that 4G in one country does not necessarily mean 4G in another.






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  Reply # 1686348 12-Dec-2016 09:19
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My Oneplus 3T arrived today.

 

 

 

Opening ceremony has commenced haha




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  Reply # 1686399 12-Dec-2016 10:41
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My Oneplus 3T arrived today.

 

 

 

Opening ceremony has commenced haha

 

 

 

 

Did you get the USA version or the Euro one? I am still on the fence whether to get the USA one or not - the 4G band limitation is the dealbreaker factor at the moment. I am just trying to see if I can live with the 3G speeds around NZ or not.


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  Reply # 1686401 12-Dec-2016 10:48
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how do i check which version


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