Do you know if you get any goodie by just attending the sf event?
Just came back from the SF one, all they had we're T-Mobile models [e]1f62d[/e] I wanted the 12gb ram version
So got my 7Pro at the Las Vegas Pop up.
I know they partnered with T-Mobile which is cool,that is my carrier anyway...but I didn't think OnePlus would stoop so low as to add the T-Mobile Pink splash screen on start up AND shut down.
Disappointed in that, but the phone is amazing
yes, tote, cookies (if they're still there), sketchbook, and a hat.
Quick note. In Copenhagen it's NOT købamagergade 57 but in front of YouSee 400ft away just so you know
TMobile states the software updates will come directly from Oneplus
OnePlus 7 pro don't seem very durable after one drop on front it's totaled [e]1f622[/e]
The prize was a T-shirt and the OnePlus Explorer Backpack.
need a popup in Singapore too...people from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore will all line up for OnePlus products. Singapore is smartphone capital of the world with highest penetration. dont ignore this market.
I got the unlocked model from the pop up event. don't have the T-Mobile splash screen.
you are very lucky. jealous
I ended up leaving the launch event early, getting in line at the popup in Times Square (unlike last year, it was cold out), only to find that they were sold out of the 12Gb model already...
sorry to hear that... they may have a few online. I skipped my appointment at Manhattan Motors to get the phone....
i hope the next time it comes to belgium
I did not want to wait to order it and then wait again for it to be shipped, so I bought the 8Gb model.
12GB is very unnecessary, friend. Gary Explains did a video on this topic not too long ago on YouTube. Basically anything above 8GB of RAM is extremely excessive.
so don't feel bad that you didn't get the 12GB. I ended up getting the 8GB as well.
This really should have been better advertised. I am extremely disappointed I wasted hours of my time (and my brother's) to attend a lackluster SF pop-up. There were no unlocked phones, the T-Mobile staff were not well trained, there was no representation from OnePlus and I don't mean to sound uppity, but the goodie bag certainly wasn't worth the trip.
I don't think my brother will buy the phone now and I certainly won't simply based on the principle that the whole experience felt like false advertising and a 'bait and switch' tactic. I understand that the company runs on a lean budget and exuberant launch events aren't exactly realistic, but it doesn't cost you anything to be upfront about that.
After almost five years OnePlus should be mature enough to avoid these amateurish antics.
thinking peaparing trying after should be attend
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by Trista W., 2019-05-28