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OnePlus 6 Rear Glass Cracking : Please Reply OnePlus!

  1. xin-c Cupcake Oct 23, 2018

    xin-c, Oct 23, 2018 :
    Meins ist auch das Midnight-Black gewesen.
    Ich denke immer noch das es entweder an Material oder durch Spannung bricht.
     

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  3. seziomek Cupcake Oct 24, 2018

    seziomek, Oct 24, 2018 :
    I just discovered a large crack on the back of my OP6 as well. I admit - I have dropped it a few times from low heights. But let's be real, the back should NOT crack. That is just poor manufacturing. I had a Samsung Galaxy S6 for almost 3 years and dropped it countless times. The glass back never cracked. I've had the OP6 for not even 5 months and this happens? For all you on a high horse talking about people being irresponsible...everybody drops their phone at some point. Humans drop phones like they drop all sorts of other objects, it's human nature. Any decent phone manufacturer should take that into consideration and design their phones accordingly. Clearly, OnePlus failed at that.
     

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  5. Badr.D Gingerbread Oct 24, 2018

    Badr.D, Oct 24, 2018 :
    it's true it is horrible the gorilla glass 5 and pretty useless. u can see the flaws on youtube tests as well as the community app... so many people report things like this
     

  6. Badr.D Gingerbread Oct 24, 2018

    Badr.D, Oct 24, 2018 :
    t it just breaks way to easily. also the gorilla 5 commercial does show that it is indestructible to the point that even beating it with a hammer did nothing. and they make that possible by using different pieces with different sizes and forms and weights from those in phones. it's only normal that people complain about their scam after an accident like this one happens
     

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  7. seziomek Cupcake Oct 24, 2018

    seziomek, Oct 24, 2018 :
    I am careful, but I'm also a human being. Nobody is perfect. Surely you drop stuff? Your keys, etc. Phones drop. It happens. Phone manufacturers should be building phones with that in mind. If Samsung could do it with the S6 way back in 2015, I fail to see why OnePlus couldn't do it in 2018 with the OP6. There is no excuse. I was going to buy the OP6T upon launch, but I'm now unsure. "Never settle"...give me a break!
     

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  9. Badr.D Gingerbread Oct 24, 2018

    Badr.D, Oct 24, 2018 :
    a perfect being... surely it must have fallen from a small height at least once or twice?
     

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  10. seziomek Cupcake Oct 24, 2018

    seziomek, Oct 24, 2018 :
    Allow me to repeat myself. I had a glass-backed phone (Samsung Galaxy S6) for nearly 3 years. Neither the front nor the back glass cracked or even had so much as a scratch on them in spite of frequent daily use (and yes, dropping it). So clearly, I know how to take care of a phone with a glass back. What's also clear is that OnePlus doesn't know how to properly manufacture phones with glass backs! Nobody expects glass to be literally indestructible, but when a company sells a phone that is marketed as a premium flagship-level phone, that means it should be able to withstand daily use and abuse without breaking. Again, Samsung was able to produce a phone like this in 2015. Why can't OnePlus do so in 2018?
     

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  13. seziomek Cupcake Oct 24, 2018

    seziomek, Oct 24, 2018 :
    Hahaha what an ignorant thought process to have!

    1) Not every single person reports every single issue with their phone. I've had issues with phones that I've never posted about or reported. I would wager that most people never report issues with phones at all. Most tech defects are made known by a small but vocal minority who take it upon themselves to report issues. Most people just shrug and continue on with their lives.

    2) For many people, the OP6 is their first glass-backed phone. Perhaps they assume that easy breakage is just par for the course and thus don't complain. However, those of us who have had glass-backed phones before recognize that something is terribly amiss. It is obvious to us how poorly manufactured the OP6's glass back is.

    Of course, nobody is forcing me to buy another OnePlus. I'm simply voicing my displeasure with a product I bought in the hopes that OnePlus takes action. That is what this forum is for, right?
     

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  15. seziomek Cupcake Oct 24, 2018

    seziomek, Oct 24, 2018 :
    Calling a person ignorant because they don't understand the concept of sampling (a very basic concept in statistics and research) is not a useless insult, particularly when they use such faulty reasoning to justify themselves...just a thought ;)
     

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  17. MaxsoundCarAudio Gingerbread Nov 9, 2018

    MaxsoundCarAudio, Nov 9, 2018 :
    My 4 month old OP6 rear glass has cracked in exactly the same place as so many other OP6 users phones doing the same thing and that's cracking on its own or under very very light pressure which is a manufacturing design fault without a doubt and something which oneplus should own up to and repair all the faulty op6 phones under warranty as this bad design is unacceptable.
     

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    MaxsoundCarAudio, Nov 9, 2018 :
     

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  19. MaxsoundCarAudio Gingerbread Nov 9, 2018

    MaxsoundCarAudio, Nov 9, 2018 :
    Come on all you OnePlus 6 users with cracked faulty glass backs post your pics here as oneplus as a reputable company need to address this world wide issue repair and rectify this issue for FREE under op6 warranty asap. It's so obvious that the glass back on the OP6 has a weak point next to the volume rocker making it shatter or crack under either little or no pressure what's so ever!
     

  20. MaxsoundCarAudio Gingerbread Nov 9, 2018

    MaxsoundCarAudio, Nov 9, 2018 :
     

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