EE Aint even trying !
Hey @David Y.
Who's incharge of the UK operations ?
Tell them their partner EE has a shit website with a nonsense specsheet.
Oneplus have updated the website to say the 5G device is single sim now at least
The snapdragon 855 is a SOC. The CPU in the SOC uses Kyro 485 cores. The Kyro 4xx series cores are Qualcomm versions of the Arm Cortex A76. So .. they are correct.
This lets you compare to the Kirin 980, which is also an A76 design while Mediatek's latest 5G chip will have an A77. The next Snapdragon will likely also have an A77 based set of cores. Can you say 7T? Its supposed to be even faster!
The camera is way wrong. The CPU is technically correct. The ʾmemoryʾ is wrong. It's 8GB. The 256GB is flash storage.
I don´t get it, I went to settings/about phone/status and it shows my phone as having two sim card options but I can only see one tray for a small sim.
This is just a half arsed job from EE though. A 12yr old could have done a better job than this
Can you see 2 IMEI numbers ?
Yes .. just checked. But only one sim card slot.
Edit: Maybe it´s dual sided? .... didn´t check that when I put the sim in.
I don't have one...but do check the SIM tray.
Confirming also that my OP7P5G is single SIM but is unlocked - I was previously with O2 and that SIM worked fine in my phone until my EE SIM was up and running. It is a shame about the dual SIM situation but in retrospect, I only used it once on my old OP5T within 2 years of having the device.
Thumbs up for tagging me. They're fixing it.
Just returned mine to EE Today. Store assistant didn't have a clue! Just wondering if the internals are in the phone and just need a dual SIM tray and activating?
Yup, just opened it, it is dual sided. Never checked it because I didn´t even know that existed.
I think it's responsibility of OP to make the customers aware of what they would miss in a particular model
No.....It is the responsibility of the buyer to know what he's buying into,
Atleast EE has bothered to add "In the box" now and mentions Single SIM
At the time I purchased mine the OnePlus site spec for the 5G model was identical to the standard 7 Pro it was the day after release it was changed to add the line saying 5G was single sim. I also asked the sales guy at EE and he said that it was dual sim and the same as the 7 Pro just exclusive to EE in 5G.
So how can check what you are buying when at the time of purchase both the manufacturer and distributor don't publish the correct information about the product.
If you were sold the 5G model being advertised with the same specs as the standard Pro model , I for one wouldn't be happy. They'd get sued for false advertising if it was in the U S of A !
I say it's your responsibility because it's your money after all.
So going off the half arsed spec-sheet EE put up on their website isn't the best was to go about a purchase.
The fact that you bought something that was misrepresented as something else , what you do with that is also up to you , return it for a full refund , sue them...whatever it is...
When one sells something identical by highligting specs, it's expected from a manufacturer who calls it customer centric to make the buyer aware of the differences.
Otherwise there would be several returns.
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