Oneplus 3 SD820, 64gb, 6gb Ram , NFC,  (Oneplus website) £309
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Oneplus 3 SD820, 64gb, 6gb Ram , NFC, (Oneplus website) £309

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Found 14th Jun 2016
Brand new just released Oneplus 3 £309 for a Snapdragon 820 cpu
1080p amoled
6gb Ram
64gb storage
Metal unibody and invite free!!!!
will update with all the information as it's available:')

Price increasing to £329 on Monday get in quick

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Early reviews are promising:

theguardian.com/tec…ice

pcadvisor.co.uk/rev…71/

engadget.com/201…ew/
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still with the 1080 screen! 6gb ram is cool but at this price point a 2k qhd screen is essential..cold, sorry!
philjstephenson

still with the 1080 screen! 6gb ram is cool but at this price point a 2k … still with the 1080 screen! 6gb ram is cool but at this price point a 2k qhd screen is essential..cold, sorry!



Essential?
I want it, but I really should wait for reviews first....
Uninspiring to look at too. ​
Just had a look at it in the loop earlier and had a chance to purchase but declined. There's 2 main reasons

1: the phone was believed to have a micro sd card slot available but there isn't one.
2: the phone was believed to have a 3,700+ battery but it's a measly 3,000mah.

So I'm sticking with my Note 4 for now.
For those specs and that price. Good deal to me. Not perfect but which phone is.
Btw your picture is wrong in the thumbnail.
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the battery is a bit of a bummer for me but the fact it has 64gb storage and 6gb Ram at this price makes up for it to me
Specs are fantastic for the money, but does a phone really need that much?

I like the design, but not enough to entice me away from my OP2.
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reviews are in 8.6/10 on the verge , 5/5 on the guardian the general concensus is that it's a great phone for the price
Samsung sheeps voted cold because for same specs they paid 300 pound more. lol
pricer than had hoped.
where's the 4gb ram version? it should be cheaper.
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little_green

pricer than had hoped. where's the 4gb ram version? it should be cheaper.


Cheaper? an s7 costs double the price, i think this is very reasonably priced
I see they're no longer using the reversible USB A connector on the USB C lead... wonder if that's because of the news that the OP2 leads weren't USB C compliant?
hows the OS nowadays - it put me off the +2 but not sure if its sorted?
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tighty

hows the OS nowadays - it put me off the +2 but not sure if its sorted?


apparently its as smooth and reliable as stock android on the 6p according to the reviews
jayd95

Cheaper? an s7 costs double the price, i think this is very reasonably … Cheaper? an s7 costs double the price, i think this is very reasonably priced


yeah for its specs its good BUT samsung can afford to charge over the odds for their devices wheres op are known for highend specs at low prices.
And considering they are still relatively unknown not sure people are gonna bite at that price
Agreed - pricier than expected. Can't ever compare this to Samsung. Saumsung actually have a physical UK presence - and a warranty that means something as opposed to a warranty that they completely ignored in my case.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 14th Jun 2016
No sdcard seriously? Pff
Firefly1

Agreed - pricier than expected. Can't ever compare this to Samsung. … Agreed - pricier than expected. Can't ever compare this to Samsung. Saumsung actually have a physical UK presence - and a warranty that means something as opposed to a warranty that they completely ignored in my case.


yeah exacly.
i dont support sumsungs prices etc but I agree with the above in that people aren't going to be willing to pay over 300 for a brand they've never heard of and a device they don't even have the opportunity to see instore if they wish. Also lack of customer support.
I'm in need of a new phone and my budget is around the same as this deal. What are the main competitors in this price range?
lets not foger the p9 was 300 at vodafone not that long ago (no idea how easy to unlock though) and ok 4gb ram not 6gb.... but known flagship device with UK warrenty from uk retailer
The capacity of the battery has actually decreased from the previous OnePlus models (3300 to 3000 mmah) - bit of an oddity? It does have fast charging - but not helpful if you are not near a charge point and just want a longer battery life.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 14th Jun 2016
philjstephenson

still with the 1080 screen! 6gb ram is cool but at this price point a 2k … still with the 1080 screen! 6gb ram is cool but at this price point a 2k qhd screen is essential..cold, sorry!



​Doesn't 1080p makes the battery last a lot longer as apposed to a 2k screen which isn't really necessary is it?
Abbottwaa

​Doesn't 1080p makes the battery last a lot longer as apposed to a 2k s … ​Doesn't 1080p makes the battery last a lot longer as apposed to a 2k screen which isn't really necessary is it?



You're right 1080p sounds sensible. 6gb sounds like marketing bs. I'd have preferred 4gb and a sd card slot and bigger battery.
I just bought a Oneplus 2 only last week - thats a bit annoying
With a 1080p screen the battery will last longer than if it was a 2k screen.

My G2 was 1080p, battery went on and on. My G4 is 2k and goes on and stops. Woukd rather a, 1080p and longer battery.
philjstephenson

still with the 1080 screen! 6gb ram is cool but at this price point a 2k … still with the 1080 screen! 6gb ram is cool but at this price point a 2k qhd screen is essential..cold, sorry!



Since when did 2K become essential? (Genuinely interested).

I had a 2K (or was it 4K?) screen Lumia 950 --- and all I really noticed was the battery drain. It certainly wasn't a big step up from 1080p screen phones.

I think above 1080p phones are purely for the spec hounds. I'd sooner have snappier performance and better battery
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jasonwood999

I just bought a Oneplus 2 only last week - thats a bit annoying



​return it ?
ordered, no quibble 15 day return policy
very highly priced and no SD card slot..........thats the dealbreaker thr and then !
NRE123

very highly priced and no SD card slot..........thats the dealbreaker thr … very highly priced and no SD card slot..........thats the dealbreaker thr and then !



To be fair, 64GB storage will be more than enough for most people.
Sod it, ordered.
15 day return so plenty of time to look at reviews and give it a try

If I don't love it it'll go back and I'll get a 'chinaphone'
this phone is receiving some great reviews currently. the 6gb RAM which I thought is a marketing stunt is turning out to be a beast. I am very tempted.
I'm bummed out at the screen on time being reported at 4hrs and reviewers saying that it gets them to the evening so unlikely to see you through 24hours with regular use. I like the 6BG ram but would rather have had sd on board also.

basically I have decided I love the one plus x but it would need NFC to be a good all-rounder

really hope this year's one plus x doesn't have a snapdragon 810 though that's the fear
Rumours suggested a lower price so between that and the smaller battery I don't think it's a great upgrade,
philjstephenson

still with the 1080 screen! 6gb ram is cool but at this price point a 2k … still with the 1080 screen! 6gb ram is cool but at this price point a 2k qhd screen is essential..cold, sorry!



​Haha, what a silly comment.

Fact: You won't be able to tell the difference between FHD and 2k on a 5.5" screen.
Fact: 2k screen will use a LOT more battery and GPU than FHD, for no gain whatsoever.
jasonwood999

I just bought a Oneplus 2 only last week - thats a bit annoying



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Edited by: "hukdlr" 15th Jun 2016
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