OnePlus 3 (Graphite, 64 GB)
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- 16MP primary camera (f/2.0 Aperture, 1.12 µm Pixels) with high speed autofocus technology (PDAF), Electronic (EIS) and Optical (OIS) stabilization technologies and 8MP front facing camera,Corning's Gorilla Glass 4
- 13.97 centimeters (5.5-inch) Optic AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with full HD (401 ppi) 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution; ceramic-coated fingerprint Scanner (<0.2 seconds)
- OxygenOS based on Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 operating system with 2.2GHz + 1.6GHz Kryo Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad core processor, 14nm FinFET technology, Adreno 530 GPU, 6GB LPDDR4 RAM, 64GB internal memory (UFS 2.0 Flash Storage) and dual nano-SIM dual-standby (4G+4G) with NFC enabled and reversible type-C connector
- 3,000 mAh lithium-polymer battery (non-removable) powered by state-of-the-art Dash Charge technology (replenish over 60% of the battery within 30 minutes)
- 1 year manufacturer warranty for device and 6 months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase
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Review from dpreview.com
The Economic Times- "Its finally the flagship killer that we have been waiting for."
The Indian Express- “The OnePlus 3, at the moment, appears to be a serious flagship killer as the brand has always intended its smartphones to be."
The Times of India- “the OnePlus 3 is still one of the best Android handsets you can get right now in its price bracket, even if it's a tad steep.”
NDTV Gadgets 360- “Gadgets 360 rates the phone a strong 9/10.”
Indian Express- “A stylish smartphone with what is arguably one of the best Android cameras available at the moment. It is a flagship in every sense."
FoneArena - “OnePlus is back with a bang. It offers better than flagship specs at an incredible price. The OnePlus 3 is one of the best smartphones of 2016 without doubt.”
India Today -“The Built quality of the phone is absolutely exquisite.”
GQ-“ Dash charging is actually a big deal.”
Digit.in - "The OnePlus 3 can indeed juice up one day of battery life in 30 minutes flat".
|Product||OnePlus 3||Samsung Galaxy S7||Apple iPhone 6S Plus||LG G5||HTC 10|
|Customer Price||Rs. 27,999||Rs. 48,900||Rs. 51,000||Rs. 52,990||Rs. 52,990|
|Processor||Snapdragon 820 (up to 2.2 GHz)||Exynos 8890||A9 Chip||Snapdragon 820 (up to 2.1 GHz)||Snapdragon 820 (up to 2.2 GHz)|
|GPU||Adreno 530 GPU||Mali - T880 MP12||M9 motion coprocessor||Adreno 530 GPU||Adreno 530 GPU|
|Internal Memory||64GB (UFS 2.0 Flash)||32GB||16GB||32GB||32GB|
|RAM||6GB LPDDR4 RAM||4GB LPDDR4 RAM||2GB||4GB LPDDR4 RAM||4GB LPDDR4 RAM|
|Camera||Rear: 16 MP Sony IMX 298 (F/2.0) Front: 8 MP Sony IMX179 (F/2.0)||Rear: Dual Pixel 12.0 MP (F/1.7) Front: CMOS 5.0 MP (F/1.7)||Rear: 12 MP (F/2.2) Front: 5 MP (F/2.2)||Rear: 16 MP Front: 8 MP||Rear: 12 MP (F/1.8) Front: 5MP HTC UltraPixel 2|
|Battery||3,000 mAh Li-Po||3,000 mAh Li-Ion||2750 mAH, Li-ion Battery||2,800 mAh Li-Ion (Removable)||3,000 mAh Li-Ion|
|Quick Charge||Dash Charge (A day's power in half an hour)||Quick Charge 3.0||No||Quick Charge 3.0||Quick Charge 3.0|
|SIM||Dual SIM-Dual Standby (Nano-SIM)||Dual SIM-Dual Standby (Nano-SIM)||Single Nano-SIM||Dual SIM-Dual Standby (Nano-SIM)||Single SIM (Nano-SIM)|
|Fingerprint Sensor||Yes (unlocks in <0.2 sec)||Yes (unlocks in >0.2 sec)||Yes (unlocks in >0.2 sec)||Yes (unlocks in >0.2 sec)||Yes (unlocks in >0.2 sec)|
|Finish||Space Grade Anodized Aluminum Unibody||3D Glass; Curved Metal Alloy Unibody||7000 Series Aluminum Unibody||Modular Design; Metal Alloy Body||Aluminium Unibody|
|OS||OxygenOS (Android Marshmallow v6.0.1)||TouchWiz (Android Marshmallow v6.0)||Apple iOS 9||Android OS, v6.0.1 (Marshmallow)||Android 6 with HTC Sense|
|Display||5.5-inch 1080p Optic AMOLED||5.1 inch, Quad HD, Super AMOLED||5.5 inch, Retina HD display with 3D Touch||5.3-inch Quad HD Display||5.2 inch Quad HD|
|Weight||158 g||152 g||192 g||159 g||161 g|
|USB Cable||USB 2.0, Type-C (Reversible Connector)||Micro-USB v2.0 (non-reversible port cable)||Lightning to USB Cable||USB 3.0, Type-C (Reversible Connector)||USB 3.0, Type-C (Reversible Connector)|
From the manufacturer
OnePlus is a global startup challenging conventional concepts of technology. Created around the “Never Settle” mantra, OnePlus creates exquisitely designed devices with premium build quality and high performance hardware.
OnePlus thrives on cultivating strong bonds and growing together with its community of users and fans.
It’s about time.
It’s about time for a smartphone without compromises. A smartphone conceived and built by tech enthusiasts, hand-in-hand with users. A smartphone born from amazing technology, design, and innovation.
It’s about time for the OnePlus 3. But, you shouldn’t take our word for it. You be the judge.
A day’s power in half an hour.
Not all fast charging technologies are created equal. Dash Charge for the OnePlus 3 is faster, safer, cooler - and simply better - than any other charging technology available today. Providing over 60% charge in just 30 short minutes, Dash Charge changes the way we think about convenience.
A quick 30 minute charge will replenish over 60% of your OnePlus 3’s battery, allowing for 7+ hours of Full HD video playback.*
*Tested with looping local 2K resolution video at 50% screen brightness
- Faster: Dash Charge produces a larger electric current rather than increasing pressure, leading to stable, consistent charging speeds
- Cooler: By shifting the power management system and heat dispersion elements to the Dash Charge Adapter, very little heat ever reaches your OnePlus 3
- Safer: With 5 layers of protection
OxygenOS: Lighter, more powerful, and super sweet
The latest version of OxygenOS makes life a little bit easier and a lot more exciting. We’ve created a fast, clean, and bloat-free OS, based on Android Marshmallow 6.1. Features that give you more control to personalize your smartphone experience, like screen-off gestures and customizable buttons, are all built right in. It’s the pure Android experience you love, enhanced for customization, performance, and battery life.
All-metal Build: Remarkably solid. Surprisingly thin
The metal unibody of the OnePlus 3 begins with a premium space-grade aluminum alloy, selected for its notable strength, light weight, and premium feel. Each body is carved out of a single slab of this robust metal for a seamless, resilient build. Soft curves are balanced against sharp lines for a striking impression and comfortable grip. And at just 7.3 mm, the OnePlus 3 ranks among the thinnest flagships in the world.
Camera: More advanced for better imaging
Thanks to a superior 16MP sensor, pictures and videos taken on the OnePlus 3 exude incredible detail and clarity. The exclusive Smart Capture technology makes taking the perfect photo easier and more worry-free than ever before. Electronic (EIS) and optical (OIS) stabilization technologies work in harmony to ensure that pictures and videos are crisp and smooth, while a robust manual model and RAW image support are sure to satisfy even the most discerning photography enthusiast.
Front Camera: Smile for the camera
Selfies can be an awkward affair, with all of the arm stretching and face-angling. It’s hard to get everything just right. That’s where our new Smile Capture comes in. To make things easier, just smile for the camera, and the OnePlus 3’s 8 MP front-facing camera will automatically take the picture for you. Smiles are guaranteed without pressing a single button.
Alert Slider: More options for more control
Our exclusive Alert Slider gives you complete control over your notifications. Toggle between three customizable settings, without ever taking your phone out of your pocket: all notifications, priority notifications, or silent. Peace and quiet is a simple slide away.
Fingerprint Sensor: Faster and more accurate
Our improved fingerprint sensor unlocks your OnePlus 3 in just 0.2 seconds, even from a sleeping screen. Fashioned out of premium ceramic for an artisanal touch, the fingerprint sensor actively learns and progressively improves, so your scans get even more precise over time. It’s fast, it’s accurate, and it’s secure.
Connectivity & Networks: Always in touch
It isn’t just about time - it’s also about freedom. The OnePlus 3 is carrier-unlocked and features wide band support for service providers across the globe, so you’ll never be tied down. Thanks to dual nano SIM card support, you can connect to two networks at the same time. Never carry around two phones - use one device, for everything.
Safer: 5 layers of protection
Unlike more conventional high current protection, Dash Charge employs 5 custom safety measures to safeguard the adaptor, cable and the phone itself. Both the phone and the adapter come equipped with temperature regulation systems that prevent overheating. Additional failsafe measures ensure you can charge your OnePlus 3 as fast as possible without worry.
Top customer reviews
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Bought this phone after mulling over quite a bit, reading 'awesome' reviews by many at this page and swayed by AnandTech review.
Ordered the phone on 28th October, (Soft Gold version) got it delivered on 1st November 2016. So far so good.
Switched on the device, after 15 minutes of usage (setting up the device) found Amazon handed a lemon to me.
I got a defective phone, there is horizontal black line running across the screen when I switched on the device for the first time. Also there is prominent red dot appearing in the line. Since I am engineer I know enough that this signifies pixel have been lost in that particular line.
I am attaching few pics have taken from my poor 2.5 year old phone. Ironically the (defect) line runs across the logo NEVER SETTLE.
Now comes the shouting, please up vote this comment to get this voice across.
AMAZON AND ONE PLUS ONE PLEASE REFUND MY MONEY AND TAKE BACK YOUR DEFECTIVE PHONE.
Update: 5 Nov 2016
The Phone died on 2nd November 2016 in morning. It was a defective piece but my primary concern is with Amazon. I tried multiple (total 7) times on website through multiple computers to log a defective piece request and request return it but it refused to register it.
Afterwards I called customer service where customer service executive was clueless and asked me to download an app which would determine if their is problem with phone and then someone will visit and declare whether they (Amazon) will take back phone and replace it. This time I was also updated about policy of no refund (I was disabused but then it is my fault as I was not aware of policy change).
After I informed CS executive that I can't download the app as phone is dead he became even more clueless I finally asked to speak to his manager. This guy tried to help but turns out Amazon has such 'sc**w you' policy that after half an hour of alternatively pleading and threatening I could only fathom that I have to visit One Plus service centre to get DOA certificate.
My pointed question of taking leave from work as the service center is quite far off from my workplace and any other alternative can be made were met with another 'sc**w you' silence. My requests for speaking to further senior manager in customer service was also denied.
Anyways after being defrauded by One Plus for 28K I thought maybe Amazon really wants to just be 'Sone par Suhaga'. Since I had no other choice I took leave, traveled 30 Kms to One Plus service center to get DOA certificate. At center I was informed they would only issue jobsheet, though they informed me that it is generally sufficient to get replacement phone. I decided not to take more chances and called Amazon service center.
Then again the 'superb' customer service came to my rescue and refused to accept job sheet as sufficient document. I had had enough and handed phone to One plus representative and comedy of errors continued as there was language problem between CS executive and pne plus representative. Disconnected called again, and after lot of pleasantness for over 20 mins I managed to get Amazon's mighty approval for job sheet being sufficient for replacement phone.
Finally came out feeling 'triumphant' on Tuesday evening traveling over 60 kms to-fro in Mumbai after Diwali weekend which became forced leave for me.
Amazon representative collected phone on 3rd November in morning, and I have received message that my replacement phone is on way and may reach by 8th Nov.
I am not sure how you guys experience will be, but mine has been extremely bitter due to poor customer service of Amazon and that too after being customer of one of the premium products. I think if I had bought something cheaper I would have left it like that and wrote it off.
Update 9 Nov 2016
Received replacement phone on 7th November 2016, till now it is working fine though still not using it as primary phone as I am waiting for weekend to properly set it up. As for performance review goes please refer to other reviews or better read AnandTech review (it is generally unbiased unlike paid reviews in Indian media).
As for customer service of Amazon, you be judge by reading above review (though I appreciate Amazon's policy of highlighting critical reviews along with positive reviews)and one big defect now I see in OnePlus is expensive spares and lack of service centers.
📰 UPDATE (01-01-2017)
OnePlus 3 and 3T both gets OxygenOS 4.0 based on Android N officially via OTA.
📰 UPDATE (18-12-2016)
(Personal thought, can be skipped)
Today OnePlus 3 was sold for 18,999 on another platform, OnePlus 3 was sold 32% less than what it costs normally, it is a huge price cut and Mr Carl Pei (CEO OnePlus) himself said me on twitter that "This is the problem. For premium brands, trust is everything. We would never betray trust by dropping prices like this." and OnePlus said it is not an official sale but the platform's representative told me that brand OnePlus itself registered for this sale. I really didn't like this poor business strategy just for mouth publicity and to be there in headlines. IMHO these kinds of strategies kill the brand value, as well as the resale value of the device and hurt their old customers. I would really like to hear your thoughts on it, you can comment below to share your thoughts. :)
📰 UPDATE (12-12-2016)
Today OnePlus 3T is going to launch in the Indian market, I will still recommend OnePlus 3 if you want to save 2k as there are not major upgrades are made.
📰 UPDATE (01-12-2016)
It seems this time OnePlus doing great in the update department. OnePlus 3 Android N based public beta ROM (update) is out but at the same time, I would also like to share that my old OnePlus 2 didn't even get VoLTE update til now which it was supposed to get a few months back. They just abandoned the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X. This might happen with OnePlus 3 and 3T after the launch of OnePlus 4.
📰 UPDATE (11-11-2016)
OnePlus 3 does support CDLA (Thanks AJ for highlighting it in comments). After my research what I found is it is something that can be enabled from the software side, they have enabled it in their beta build too. So we can see it in future software updates.
📰 UPDATE (02-10-2016)
The gold variant is now available for sale, Gold variant comes with the white front and Graphite with the black front here I will share few pointed which will help you to in taking the right decision.
1. Go for it if you enjoy long videos and chatting sessions as black frame/border doesn't disturb viewing experience at the screen.
2. OnePlus 3 has thin bezels, and dark color is a complement to the beauty of the bright screen.
3. White or light colours often fade after rough use and ruin the looks of costly phone.
1. OnePlus 3 built in a metal body and metal shines with light colours.
2. If you are a person who likes to flash around gadgets, definitely go for gold, they catch many eyes.
3. Black coloured phones often go unnoticed and don't really catch fancy.
📦 Box Contents:
1. OnePlus 3 with Pre-Applied Screen Protector.
2. Dash Charge Adapter.
3. USB Type C Cable (USB to Type C).
4. Sim Card Ejector Tool.
5. User Manual.
6. A message from company CEO Pete Lau.
7. Some OnePlus stickers.
👍 The Good:
+ Build quality, this phone has awesome build quality and beautiful metal construction, lighter than OnePlus 2 and with equally weight distribution.
+ Look, It really looks CLASSY, design is great, curved 2.5D glass.
+ OnePlus 3 gets charged 10% to 80% within an hour with its new Dash Charge. All heat dash charge keep in it and it has the ability to keep OnePlus 3 temperatures low even while fast charging, it is the new charging standard OnePlus created for mobile industries.
+ Latest Lighting Fast Snapdragon 820 Processor.
+ Fast 64GB UFS 2.0 Flash Storage with read & write speed of ~500MB/s & 250MB/s which is 87% faster than compared to old eMMC 5.0 and 6GB LPDDR4 RAM with R/W speed of ~12000MB/s these are one of the fastest memory modules for smartphones (Faster the memory, lesser the loading and launching time of the apps).
+ This is the thumb rule, bigger the display more will be the productivity and Mi Beautiful 5.5 inch Optic AMOLED. display along with the 2.5D Gorilla Glass 4. (The display is not 2k or 4k and you will not even need it when the screen size is 5.5 inch, in fact, 1080p display is good for the performance.). (OnePlus 2 has a IPS display)
+ One of the fastest fingerprint sensors which is embedded in a touch home button.
+ Both front 8MP and the rear 16MP camera are the best in the class, no shutter lag and takes good pictures in daylight even low light performance is not too bad. The front camera has a wide-angle lens which covers more area than a normal lens. Overall great camera experience.
+ Oxygen OS is lightweight and butter smooth.
+ NFC Support, I mostly use it to connect my camera to mobile.
+ The audio output is good, loud and clear tested with Sony XB70AP wired earphones, Bluedio T2 Bluetooth headphones and Moto Deck wireless speakers.
+ Speaker located at the bottom so no matter how OnePlus 3 lays it isn't blocked. speaker volume is good but not excellent like OnePlus 2 but better than the Galaxy S7, S7 edge and iPhone 6s which cost twice of it.
+ Good battery backup with the large 3000mAh battery just you need to tweak it a bit.
+ Bundled charger and cable quality are awesome. No compromise is done with them.
+ FREE 12 months of accidental damage protection with OnePlus Care (to be activated within 30 days).
👎 The Bad:
- Type C port is still incomplete it does not support CDLA technology, many cheaper devices like Le2 and Mi5 has CDLA support. (Check review UPDATE 11-11-2016)
- No FM, No IR Blaster, today almost all phones packed with this feature but unfortunately OnePlus 3 does not have it.
- A huge camera bump without protective O-ring which does not let you use the device without a case.
- No OS is ever bug-free but the worst part of Oxygen OS is there are bugs inherited from older versions of Oxygen on OnePlus 2 those are not even fixed yet like silent lock(phone will not ring even the volume is high, mobile is not silent)
- The device is slippery, there is no sandstone back OnePlus is known for.
- The very delicate device, dropping it once will break it as the glass has no frame around it to protect.
- The headphone jack is now moved to bottom which is really something not in trend and it makes trouble in holding the device in one hand during earphones are plugged.
- No lesser focus and dual flash. It has only single LED flash.
- No wireless charging.
- The charging cable is no longer reversible from the USB end.
👉 Other Points:
Battery Saving Tip:
1. OnePlus 3 has an Optic AMOLED display so keeping the black color on the screen will save OnePlus 3's battery life. So make a black wallpaper and use dark mode. Additionally, you can install substratum and InversionUI to change everything in black from the play store if you have rooted your device.
2. Install and use greenify, people think there is no use of greenify as there is doze mode in Android M but Doze doesn't do anything while your device is in use, whereas Greenify can happily hibernate non-essential apps and boost battery performance.
Go to phone Settings > About Phone > Hit "Build number" 7 times > back to Settings > Developer Options here change animations speed to .5x from 1x or turn them completely off.
Bugs & Fixes:
1. Camera's capture button not working. It can be resolved by clearing camera app data.
2. The phone is not ringing after using the slider. Just restart the device and it will start ringing again.
3. OTG not working. To fix this is to jump into Settings > Storage & USB and hit the three dot menu button to ensure that ‘Enable OTG’ is activated.
OnePlus 3 has a curved 2.5D display because of that no tempered glass will completely will cover it and tempered glass those cover it completely have no glue middle of them at the screen area, in this case, you there will be a rainbow effect due to gape between the screen and the tempered glass. Most of the covers will also peel of these full tempered glass so I would recommend you to not buy them.
I personally using the no tempered on this mobile, the pre-applied screen protector is good enough to take care of scratches. I will apply another good quality screen protector(not tempered glass) in one or two months.
Accidental Damage Protection:
You get 12 months of free accidental damage protection with OnePlus3 (to be activated within 30 days) to activate it just open play store and download an app called OnePlus Care by Servify
Dash charge only works with the bundled Dash Charge Adapter and the Cable, if you are not using one of them or both then Dash Charge will not work. In other words, Dash Charge works with only bundled Dash Charge Adapter and the Cable.
Hydrogen & Oxygen Merge:
Hydrogen is a very feature-rich customized OS and on the other hand, Oxygen OS is a stock based simple OS with some extra features. Hydrogen OS is used in China as google services are banned in China whereas Oxygen OS is for rest of the world. This merging will bring so many good & useful features in upcoming updates but by the time this will make stock Android flavour washed out. This merging will also speed up the updates process as Oxygen now uses Hydrogen OS base.
Current While Charging:
Some users may feel electric shock/mild vibrating sensation while charging, which is completely normal. This is known as "current leakage", and is usually caused by the device being grounded differently than your body is. It happens with many devices like laptops, mobiles, etc. It mostly happens devices with the metal frame. OnePlus 3/3T, OnePlus 2 both have solid metal construction so using a case will fix the issue.
OnePlus has done a great job with OnePlus 3, they have fixed almost every issue that they have with OnePlus 2. OnePlus 3 has a great camera, Ferrari performance, monster 6GB RAM and 64GB Storage, lighting fast FP sensor and the Dash Charge and all these you get in just 28k and when it comes to performance OnePlus 3 beats many flagship smartphones that cost double of it. If we talk about only daily operation tasks like opening dialer, messaging app, contacts etc OnePlus 3 beats iPhone 7 too. So OnePlus 3 is the real flagship killer.
I am providing some pictures of the product for better understanding as "A picture can speak a thousand words".
Thanks for reading my review, I hope it provided all the information for a wise and well-informed purchase decision. It always makes me feel proud that people find my reviews helpful.
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