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[Let’s Talk] How does your dream phone look like?

  1. kodomolion
    Gingerbread Jul 22, 2018

    kodomolion , Jul 22, 2018 :
    stereo speakers that are done properly, not those lousy imbalanced ones like in the p20pro.

    ip68 certified.

    amazing battery life

    ceramic chassis (they are scratch proof!)

    uses more common Qualcomm QuickCharge instead of uncommon Dash tech. i can easily find QC chargers everywhere lying around the house.
     

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  2. B3rs3rk
    Cupcake Jul 22, 2018

    B3rs3rk , Jul 22, 2018 :
    remove that useless 2nd camera, focus on 1 and thats it, camera quality is only thing 1+ needs atm, all other things are super
     

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  3. kodomolion
    Gingerbread Jul 22, 2018

    kodomolion , Jul 22, 2018 :
    i wished Oneplus has gone with QuickCharge instead of Dash. QC is very common and it is cheaper to buy QC cables and chargers. we can easily use QC chargers at friend's house because most phones use QC.
     

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  4. GrimmReapa
    Eclair Jul 22, 2018

    GrimmReapa , Jul 22, 2018 :
    Snapdragon 845 Processor
    Andreno 630 GPU
    Gorilla Glass 6 Front and Back
    Aluminum Chassis
    Wireless Charging
    Dash Charging
    Dual SIM/SD Card Hybrid Slot
    In-Screen Fingerprint Sensor
    Dual Camera at the back, Secondary Lense is Wide Angle
    16 Megapixel Front Camera with Portrait Mode
    IP68 Certification
    6.9 Inch Super AMOLED Screen at 2K Resolution
    95% Screen to Body Ratio
    Front Camera and Sensors in small notch
    Zero Chin at the bottom of screen
     

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  5. Ultraman215
    Gingerbread Jul 22, 2018

    Ultraman215 , Jul 22, 2018 :
    The OnePlus 6 isn't far from being my dream phone...

    Add the following to it and I'd be happy...

    1) Water proof and certify it...

    2) Add stereo speakers...

    3) Add wireless charging...

    4) Improve the battery life...

    5) Add expandable storage...


    As for Oxygen OS, add the following features...

    1) Settings profiles (Home, Work, Default) based off
    locations.
    a) Turn on/off Bluetooth and or WiFi based on geo
    location
    b) Adjust notification volume based off of the geo
    location
    Settings Profiles, Llama, and Tasker are apps in the Play store that do similar functionality, but it would be nice to have it natively integrated in the OS..

    Finally, support Project Treble and deliver security patches ASAP when they're available from Google and support the phone with software updates until the hardware no longer supports the software... No more of this 3 year maintenance schedule bs... A flagship phone with 8+/- gig RAM combined with the latest CPU available should be supportable more than 3 yrs in my opinion.
     

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  6. RogerF81
    Honeycomb Jul 22, 2018


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  7. Punk_69
    Lollipop Jul 22, 2018

    Punk_69 , Jul 22, 2018 :
    Anything which has usb type c, a headphone jack, and a good processor, and a huge RAM
     

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  8. yehouda24
    Cupcake Jul 23, 2018

    yehouda24 , Jul 23, 2018 :
    the best cpu (I don't care if it's not snapdragon) for now snapdragon 845
    8 GB of ram (or more)
    512 GB of memory (or more) no SD card
    best amoled screen
    dash Charge + wrilles charging
    3 cameras on the back non on the front (telephoto + wide angel + Dual Aperture like the s9)
    finger print scanner under the display+one on the back+one on the power button like the Razer phone
    water resistant ip68
    sapphire glass for the front and back
    4000 mAH (or more)
    a small screen on the back for selfie (like meizu pro 7)

    for the software
    Oxygenos
    Google for the camera
    Apple for the update
    huawei for the features (like screen recording...)

    "no bezel" like the iPhone x if possible Duo stereo speakers (without the notch)
    all the cameras have OIS+EIS
    alerte slider
    headphones jack like one the lg 7
    the camera can shoot at 4k 60 fps with no time limit (like the iPhone x) + can film at 960 fps

    all the small stuff like
    NFC
    ir blaster
    heart rate
    Bluetooth 5.0
    3d touch
    Ultra Cooling System
    no camera bump
    Apt-X HD

    optional
    the alert slider can switch from Android to iOS
    the phone can work with Apple ecosystem
     

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  9. mominmushfique15
    Cupcake Jul 23, 2018

  10. luigimario
    The Lab - OnePlus 6T Reviewer Aug 1, 2018

    luigimario , Aug 1, 2018 :
    Dream phone eh? Here we go!

    - Latest Snapdragon chip
    - 8GB RAM (don't need to go crazy)
    - 256GB storage
    - 7" 100% borderless screen
    - in-glass fingerprint sensor
    - camera is built into the screen with pixels that can go transparent to use the camera, then can go back to normal to complete the screen
    - ceramic vibration speaker for earpiece (like other phones have used) so it doesn't take up screen space
    - aluminum unibody with removable battery (for replacing eventually, won't need to swap for regular use)
    - remote wireless fast charging (from several feet away)
    - dash charging or faster (30 minutes for 100% charge)
    - 2-5 day battery without increasing thickness
    - gorilla glass 6 or better (an indestructible glass preferred)
    - stereo speakers with top end audio drivers/amplifier
    - Top of the line camera setup (i'm not too fussy about the camera but it'd be nice to have the best anyway)
    - built in projector (to display on a wall etc)
    - 3 years of guaranteed updates
    - 3 year warranty
    - 7 or 8mm thickness is good, don't want it too thin
    - 4K AMOLED screen
    - 3.5mm headphone jack (just because it's convenient)
    - comes with high quality headphones
    - $600 USD price tag

    Ok, so obviously I'm asking for a whole lot at a $600 price point for something that would probably cost $1400. But that's part of the dream :) Truthfully my comfortable price range would be under $500 USD anyway, but I'd go up to $600 for this phone especially since it would be good for 3 years at least. I'm super happy with my OP3 that I've had for almost 2 years now, especially knowing that I'm going to get Android P and security updates for another year. I definitely got more than my money's worth on this phone. I'm looking forward to the OP7T next fall, or whatever else OnePlus is putting out at the time.
     

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