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Oneplus 7 Pro Almond + OnePlus Type-C Bullets Earphones Black £599/128GB £549 @ Oneplus
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Oneplus 7 Pro Almond + OnePlus Type-C Bullets Earphones Black £599/128GB £549 @ Oneplus

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Posted 9th Dec 2019

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The code still seems to be working, and you are still able to couple up the 7 pro in either colour (where available) with the oneplus bullets worth £23
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3359154.jpgIt will show £606.99 but a free delivery applies on order of the item. So price is £599
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Note of caution if buying from OnePlus, they are a security nightmare not only do they give users personal information away freely, they seem incapable of securing their own Website 3 times now it's been compromised losing users details 2 public 1 not..
Edited by: "Danielle71" 9th Dec 2019
Stopped considering oneplus after the op2 sw and hw issues and then later coz of the premium they started charging for their phones (which in my opinion is totally against their moto of being a flagship killer). What exactly do they have better than a s10/note 9 or a pixel?
Edited by: "kamz58" 9th Dec 2019
kamz5809/12/2019 09:38

Stopped considering oneplus after the op2 sw and hw issues and then later …Stopped considering oneplus after the op2 sw and hw issues and then later coz of the premium they started charging for their phones (which in my opinion is totally against their moto of being a flagship killer). What exactly do they have better than a s10/note 9 or a pixel?


They have not used the term "flagship killer" for ages, and bang to your buck and it used to be the best android build bar none but its now going the way of Samsung, stuff as many useless features on it as possible..
Danielle7109/12/2019 09:41

They have not used the term "flagship killer" for ages, and bang to your …They have not used the term "flagship killer" for ages, and bang to your buck and it used to be the best android build bar none but its now going the way of Samsung, stuff as many useless features on it as possible..


My experience with their hardware has been quite bad actually. My op2 had battery /camera /kernel issues even after replacing the device. I remember their forum was full of similar complaints at that time.
kamz5809/12/2019 09:46

My experience with their hardware has been quite bad actually. My op2 had …My experience with their hardware has been quite bad actually. My op2 had battery /camera /kernel issues even after replacing the device. I remember their forum was full of similar complaints at that time.


The OP 2 was the worst handset they ever made hence why it got dropped so quickly, apart from that model its hard to complain about hardware.. Anyway anyone using them nowadays needs to do it with caution...
I keep wondering whether I got a good deal for a OnePlus 7T Pro 8GB 256 @ £542.54. (Expired black Friday deal).
kamz5809/12/2019 09:46

My experience with their hardware has been quite bad actually. My op2 had …My experience with their hardware has been quite bad actually. My op2 had battery /camera /kernel issues even after replacing the device. I remember their forum was full of similar complaints at that time.


The oneplus 7t/7t pro is literally one of the best phones of this year... 2nd best for me at least.
Thanks op
Buy from Oneplus if you like having your personal details stolen
FubarKid09/12/2019 10:53

Buy from Oneplus if you like having your personal details stolen


Will do
My personal details have been stolen as a part of the last OnePlus breach but I would still buy again. The fact of the matter is any website can be hacked and your info is probably already out there unfortunately (Yahoo/Facebook/Marriott/Nasdaq/Equifax/etc)
Edited by: "Alvie" 9th Dec 2019
Alvie09/12/2019 16:05

My personal details have been stolen as a part of the last OnePlus breach …My personal details have been stolen as a part of the last OnePlus breach but I would still buy again. The fact of the matter is any website can be hacked and your info is probably already out there unfortunately (Yahoo/Facebook/Marriott/Nasdaq/Equifax/etc)


Agreed but three times is unforgivable
If you're a fan of regular security updates you should probably hold off on OnePlus for the time. From being excellent on updates they have been simply terrible, my OnePlus 6 and any 6t hasn't got a security update in 4 months, have tried deploying Android 10 more than 3 times and pulled it and failed. These are flagships that have been released 12-18 months ago. Reminds me of the OnePlus One days all over again. In comparison Samsung M series have been getting updates..
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