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oneplus3

  1. luay Okaili
    Cupcake Mar 16, 2019

    luay Okaili , Mar 16, 2019 :
    Still is a great device, thought about replacing it with op6t, but op3t still performing amazingly well, maybe, I will be considering replacing it with op8t.
     

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    H1511861270418 and Tj32 like this.
  2. Matt 80
    Lollipop Mar 16, 2019

    Matt 80 , Mar 16, 2019 :
    When responding to people, use the reply function.
     

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  3. Tj32
    Froyo Mar 16, 2019

    Tj32 , Mar 16, 2019 :
    ok Sir!
     

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    Mike_Lom OnePlus likes this.
  4. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Mar 16, 2019

    ghostofcain , Mar 16, 2019 :
    In your mind maybe, many mid range phones now outperform any of the 2016 flagships. The OP3(T) is a very good device, but advising anyone to buy it over a 2019 device is just plain nuts.
     
    Last edited: Mar 16, 2019

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  5. Tj32
    Froyo Mar 17, 2019


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  6. Jotty2007
    Donut Mar 17, 2019

    Jotty2007 , Mar 17, 2019 :
    It's called sarcasm
     

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  7. Daniel Hee
    Gingerbread Mar 17, 2019


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  8. niranjansahu009
    Eclair Mar 17, 2019


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  9. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Mar 17, 2019

    ghostofcain , Mar 17, 2019 :
    If OP asks a proper question I'll supply a proper answer
     

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  10. Tj32
    Froyo Mar 17, 2019

    Tj32 , Mar 17, 2019 :
    Good job!
     

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  11. Pgk777
    Eclair Mar 17, 2019

    Pgk777 , Mar 17, 2019 :
    depends if you have a particular phone in mind. But it depends on if a phone satisfies your needs or not. If it does then that's the phone for you.
     

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  12. Fursan Afzal
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 18, 2019


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  13. G_Ahmad_Alsanousy_xwrb
    Donut Mar 18, 2019

    G_Ahmad_Alsanousy_xwrb , Mar 18, 2019 :
    No. My oneplus 3t benchmark and performance are much more convincing than any midrange phone.
     

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  14. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Mar 18, 2019

    ghostofcain , Mar 18, 2019 :
    For your specific use case maybe, but there are areas in which a modern chipset will outperform the sd820/21, ie efficiency, playing PUBG.
     

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  15. shubhamsingh55
    Honeycomb Mar 18, 2019


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  16. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Mar 18, 2019

    ghostofcain , Mar 18, 2019 :
    Please post in English to English language threads. Not the first time you've had to be reminded this.....
     

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  17. Lronitkumar
    Cupcake Mar 18, 2019

    Lronitkumar , Mar 18, 2019 :
    इस धागे से बेहतर है?

    निश्चित रूप से
     

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  18. Matt 80
    Lollipop Mar 18, 2019

    Matt 80 , Mar 18, 2019 :
    Why copy toastytoast1234's comment in Hindi?
    Screenshot_2019-03-18-14-39-39.png
     

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  19. abhibnl
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 18, 2019

    abhibnl , Mar 18, 2019 :
    At best, it's better than buying an entry or lower-mid-range smartphone in 2019. But the only thing outdated in this phone is it's design and screen size to bezels ratio.
    If you find its design good enough, and if you can tolerate the crappy battery life due to old battery, you can use it as a primary device for 2019 as Pie shall make it quite a refreshed model.
    Rest, it's all dependent on your usage. I've recently developed liking for PubG mobile (i know i'm late and i played it casually for too long) and I find myself frustrated when this device can't handle 60fps for more than 1 match and the heat generated almost burns my finger tips. But for a day to day usage, every app works on this device, 4G is good ( No 4G+ support in Indian version though), call quality is good, and battery life is manageable. So the question you asked is highly subjective as no 2 individuals have the same usage needs to pattern from a smartphone.
     

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  20. V1547452590022
    Cupcake Mar 18, 2019


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