bucket not available in the store
bring up a swimming pool [e]1f602[/e][e]1f602[/e]!!!
I too agree [e]1f44d[/e][e]1f44c[/e]
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Every company gives this disclaimer.
No matter the IP rating (67 or 68).
Apple or Samsung.
Nobody's warranty covers water damage.
I have no relatives, I eat them all.
why can't I create a new one plus three it always shows that you don't have the permissions
Confirmed today at the launch, 7Pro comes with 5 gallons of Dehydrated Dihydrogen Monoxide...
great way to save but still offer confidence to customers.
IP rating is given after rigorous testing. One odd bucket challenge will not satisfy customers. This is not a magic show. This is real customer satisfaction that us at stake. It is a mistake not to accept your omission and then justify it. The premium pricing is not palatable if there are noticeable omissions and compromises
So much for NEVER SETTLE THEME
I totally disagree with your opinion. I am not interested in certification at all, knowing that the warranty does not cover it in the event of an accident. Much better to know that it resists water without false expectations.
But I lost my one plus 5 earlier due to simple dunking in water accidentally
if you're worried about the water resistance watch Dave 2D's video on YouTube he does the whole review with the phone in water. They didn't get the official rating, but it's all good.
neither is the mate 10 pro (i believe)... and i took a shower with it last year and as you can see, it's still around!
heed not the post with the picture, i was being sarcastic
Wrong place to share this, it's not Huawei community forum. ))
oh so a post that has 1/3 nothing to do can't be shared on a forum with the remaining 2/3 relevant? because the other device involved WAS a 6T in-freaking-deed, and the remaining 1/3: was about IP ratings which is what we're discussing, i freaking beg you, come on, shoot me the best you got!
Sorry My personal opinion:
For me it's not critical to have that ip rating that raises the price of the phone and that does not guarantee anything anyway.
Huawei's flagships are way more expensive.
I choose OnePlus solely for fast & smooth software performance and the top tier spec sheet (CPU, and other hardware). If there is another topspec fast & smooth phone with zero bloatware at reasonable price I will definitely go for it, I am not stuck with one brand.
IP rating doesn't affect the performance, therefore for me it's more important to have a faster phone at cheaper price, with no bloatware in UI, and no ads in UI.
PS: There are other Chinese phones cheaper than OnePlus with the same specs, but they have bloatware and ads in UI. You might guess what company it is
PS2: I think OP 7 Pro is overpriced
I just got some water on my 7 Pro at the pool an hour aho, didn't even submerge it. Bottom speakers have been wonky ever since, hoping it just needs to dry off first.
The Lab - OnePlus 7 Pro edition: AMA
by Trista W., 2019-06-17