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Is it worth getting a OnePlus One or should i get a LG G3?

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2y, 3m agoPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
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2y, 3m agoPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
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banned#1
lg3
#2
geraldfitzsimons
lg3


Any specific reason?
#3
Xperia Z3
#4
moto g and put the balance in your pension. then when you retire you can buy the lg5000
#5
NL96
geraldfitzsimons
lg3

Any specific reason?

OPO have barely any support and many flaws in the design and hardware. It's really not worth it unless you don't care about that stuff.
#6
I cant claim to know much about the oneplusone but from the articles I've read.it isn't set up to receive 4g in the UK .I don't know if there's a work around for that but to buy it new right now if it isn't fully compatible with 4g seems a bit of a short term buy in my book.Although most UK networks aren't 4g yet its most likely they will be by next autumn..Christmas at the latest. I must admit I have bought an LG g3 32gb from Germany in the last week that I'm hoping to take delivery of today.
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I cant claim to know much about the oneplusone but from the articles I've read.it isn't set up to receive 4g in the UK .I don't know if there's a work around for that but to buy it new right now if it isn't fully compatible with 4g seems a bit of a short term buy in my book.Although most UK networks aren't 4g yet its most likely they will be by next autumn..Christmas at the latest. I must admit I have bought an LG g3 32gb from Germany in the last week that I'm hoping to take delivery of today.


Well that 4G claim is completely misleading.

It is 4G compatible on 3, EE, and soon to be Vodafone.
#8
both turds dressed up as flagships. would swerve both
#9
Went from a HTC One X+ to G3 2GB and absolutely love it. No problems with lag or anything like that and battery last about 100% more than old phone.
#10
Regret getting my LG G3, some nice touches on it but really lags, especially when choosing camera. The images on my wife S5 look a lot nicer. Battery life is pretty good though
#11
had oneplus then sold got a g3, prefer it, thinner, easier to hold, small form factor, install a aosp rom then its the best phone out
#12
I had same two choices and went with OPO.

Reasons:
quadHD screen on G3 is nice but is drain on the battery 1080p is fine currently.
Price OPO is cheap
OPO, has 64gb storage and cheap.
OPO has a closer to stock android experience and is cheap!
The build quality for how cheap it is is excellent, better than my nexus 4 & Z1.

G3, them bezels, well lack of them make the phone look and feel smaller that other 5.5"
Optical Image stabilisation is a brilliant feature to have on a phone.
Full 4g support as OPO only works with Three and EE.
#13
The point I was making is that the oneplusone doesn't pick the 800 band of lte..which is the strongest and most used band in the UK.
That information is available on many websites including their own.
I don't claim it doesn't receive any 4g...maybe I should have been.clearer but for.me a phone that doesn't receive that band is a non starter.
#14
Question : The network you will be using is it 3G or 4G
#15
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Question : The network you will be using is it 3G or 4G


3G. 4g doesn't bother me and its not a must :P
#16
Update: I decided to go ahead and purchased a 64 GB model :)

if I'm not happy with the phone, I'm positive someone would purchase a brand new one for the same price :)
#17
NL96
Update: I decided to go ahead and purchased a 64 GB model :)

if I'm not happy with the phone, I'm positive someone would purchase a brand new one for the same price :)

Wouldn't be brand new if you use it.

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