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  #1918970 13-Dec-2017 11:43
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Sheagae:

 

mattyb:

 

tripp:

 

Wade:

 

Called Expertinfotech this evening and they have stock of both arriving tomorrow, was due today but delayed which i totally believe at this time of year

 

 

 

 

thanks.

 

I have placed an order for pickup and payment from store so will see if they email me tomorrow to say its ready

 

 

 

 

Have you had your orders confirmed yet?

 

One other thing I noticed, there is no 'what's in the box' section on the Expert Infotech website page. Do you know if it comes with the dash charger and cables etc?

 

 

Surely the dash charger won't be in NZ format, but might have an adapter chucked in?

 

 

Yes, that's what you would expect, however there is no mention on the einfo site that the dash charger + cable is included at all.


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  #1918971 13-Dec-2017 11:46
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I would expect that they do, however they will also supply with either another charger (as they legally have to do) or an adapter plug.

 

However if you want a dash charger with a NZ plug look up jbhifi and look for "VOOC" these use the same tech as the dash charger and are about $30.  Don't buy the cables from JB hifi however as they are micro USB


 
 
 
 


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  #1919141 13-Dec-2017 16:01
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NikT:

 

mattyb:

 

I see Expert Infotech are now selling. Come on @NikT !

 

http://www.einfo.co.nz/oneplus-5t-64gb-midnight-black.html

 

 

We're trying to get a better price, $900 for the 64GB isn't good enough (bearing in mind PB bundles both an NZ wall charger + a convertor for dash charging).

 

 

Any updates on PBTech @NikT. So eager to get one before Christmas :) 


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  #1919169 13-Dec-2017 16:35
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Just picked mine up from einfo :)  Just updating everything now


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  #1919271 13-Dec-2017 19:53
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Ok have to say really liking it. Battery life also seems good so far. :)

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  #1919334 13-Dec-2017 22:47
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tripp:

 

Just picked mine up from einfo :)  Just updating everything now

 

 

What charger came with it?


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  #1919364 14-Dec-2017 07:19
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Flat pins, looks like US plug

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1919528 14-Dec-2017 12:44

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Any updates on PBTech @NikT. So eager to get one before Christmas :) 

 

 

 

 

Still hopeful, but it really depends how quickly the price moves. We don't want to have to sell the 64GB for $900+. :)





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  #1919546 14-Dec-2017 13:36
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tripp:

 

Just picked mine up from einfo :)  Just updating everything now

 

 

 

 

tongue-out i'm jelly, mine's somewhere between CN and here, can't wait tbh




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  #1919589 14-Dec-2017 14:39
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tripp: Ok have to say really liking it. Battery life also seems good so far. :)
Would love to see some shots of it in action. speed nice and snappy?


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  #1919757 14-Dec-2017 18:02
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Malingo:

 

tripp: Ok have to say really liking it. Battery life also seems good so far. :)
Would love to see some shots of it in action. speed nice and snappy?

 

 

So to give you all an idea of battery life.  Took it off charge last night around 9pm, left it over night in DND (notification light enabled) and woke up at 4.30am, battery was down to 97%.

 

Busy day at work however I have email, twitter, facebook, facebook messenger, work email etc all syncing with push and also bluetooth to my watch.  Left work at 2pm and it was still on 75% with about an hour of screen time.

 

Charged it on the way home in the car and it went from 75% to 98% in 30 minutes.  Got to the gym @ 2.30pm and had spotify playing to bluetooth headphones for 1.5 hours and looking at stuff between sets currently sitting at 81% with 30 minutes screen time @ 5.55pm.

 

 

 

Normally i would not leave my note 8 unplugged over night, take it off the charge at 4.30am - 2pm and would be at about 55%.  So a bit of a difference between the 2 devices

 

 

 

Over all very happy, longer battery life plus really fast charging = happy tripp :)

 

 

 

 


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  #1926576 29-Dec-2017 15:24
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My 5T arrived today 😁

Unpacking this phone is such a premium experience, other manufacturers could learn alot from OP

One question to the knowledgeable geeks or the... My phone has shipped with HydrogenOS and I want to install OxygenOS, am I correct in thinking it is as easy as downloading Rom and installing via manual update? This will give me essentially the stock international experience for now?

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  #1926599 29-Dec-2017 16:05
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Wade: My 5T arrived today 😁

Unpacking this phone is such a premium experience, other manufacturers could learn alot from OP

One question to the knowledgeable geeks or the... My phone has shipped with HydrogenOS and I want to install OxygenOS, am I correct in thinking it is as easy as downloading Rom and installing via manual update? This will give me essentially the stock international experience for now?

 

 

 

God where did you order it from?  Hydrogen is only in china. You should be able to download OxygenOS from oneplus website and flash it, but i suggest you read up if there is a difference between the hardware or anything funny, XDA should have info or do a google search.

 

 

 

 


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  #1926748 29-Dec-2017 21:16
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Yes it was Chinese version, hardware is exactly the same, world bands, 128/8Gb etc only difference is hydrogenOS

Anyway, turns out it is as easy as downloading OxygenOS, copying to phone and installing through stock recovery, now running oOS 4.7.6 and loving it


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  #1928200 2-Jan-2018 20:57
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Loving this phone, 7hrs SOT, camera is good, UI is slick, it's hard to fault tbh

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