(Pre-Order) Oppo Find 7 32GB 5.5" 4G UK SIM-Free Smartphone - Astro Black (QHD Screen - 538 PPI, Snapdragon 801 2.5Ghz Processor, 3GB Amazon £379 - HotUKDeals
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Oppo Find 7 32GB 5.5" 4G UK SIM-Free Smartphone - Astro Black (QHD Screen - 538 PPI, Snapdragon 801 2.5Ghz Processor, 3GB Ram Awsome phone and a great price
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#1
oneplus..... simply better a cheaper!
#3
philjstephenson
oneplus..... simply better a cheaper!
Oneplus one is a good phone but lacks LTE on all networks and you still need an invite
#4
Agree with the LTE comment but think the invite issue is over.
1 Like #5
philjstephenson
oneplus..... simply better a cheaper!

As others have said, your network may not be able to support 4g on the oneplus... EE can I beleive, and three can partially.

Also no SD slot..

That's why the oneplus isn't as good for many people, otherwise it's great for the money.

Personally i think the LG G3 at £285 new (flubit) is the best value phone available


Edited By: delusion on Dec 04, 2014 16:19
1 Like #6
Technical specs are great on this phone. Heat from me. If this was samsung with the same specs ready for pre-order I'm pretty sure this would be in the thousands with heat.
#7
Great phone and good price, as others have mentioned a better device than the oneplus one
#8
OnePlus one edged this out in most reviews.The extra dots per inch & a Sd slot does not warrant the huge difference in price.Oh.& the plus is clocked faster.

Edited By: Lanse on Dec 04, 2014 16:37
#9
Lanse
OnePlus one edged this out in most reviews.The extra dots per inch & a Sd slot des not warrant the huge difference in price.Oh.& the plus is clocked faster.

Both phones are clocked the same at 2.5GHz And the yellow banding and ghost typing isn't a feature like Oneplus claim they are faults
#10
Lanse
OnePlus one edged this out in most reviews.The extra dots per inch & a Sd slot des not warrant the huge difference in price.Oh.& the plus is clocked faster.

Both phones are clocked the same at 2.5GHz And the yellow banding and ghost typing isn't a feature like Oneplus claim they are faults
#11
And I do believe they OP have started a Pre order scheme but you still need an invite
#12
delusion
philjstephenson
oneplus..... simply better a cheaper!

As others have said, your network may not be able to support 4g on the oneplus... EE can I beleive, and three can partially.

Also no SD slot..

That's why the oneplus isn't as good for many people, otherwise it's great for the money.

Personally i think the LG G3 at £285 new (flubit) is the best value phone available


this oneplus only works on band 20 right now which is EE, its a hardware issue rather than software so you have to be awrae of that, however the hardwares so go and so cheap its worth it as im on EE anyhoo////
1 Like #13
OPO is cheaper, but I wouldn't say better, especially with the whole quality control issues we are reading about everyday
1 Like #14
Great that comparisons are being thrashed out about what are top notch Chinese phones,you wouldn't have come across this last year.
#15
good specs for the money, hot
#16
philjstephenson
oneplus..... simply better a cheaper!

HAHAHA IS HE JOKING!?;??;
#17
LOH1153
philjstephenson
oneplus..... simply better a cheaper!

HAHAHA IS HE JOKING!?;??;


I dont think he is you know.. here, have a look at this

http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/

FACT: the OPO is seriously handicapped for 4g mobile data in the uk. the networks are designed to use all spectrums in combination to provide adequate coverage and capacity. some locations will be great. others your opo will have fallen back to 3g when somebody elses phone on the same network will still have a blazingly fast connection and you'll be blissfully unaware of what you're missing because you'll only ever see part of the 4g network.

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