10-18-2019 06:37 PM
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  1. Javier P's Avatar
    The brand new 7T definitely looks like a great phone for that price.

    OnePlus 7T review: The best of Android for under $600 https://www.androidcentral.com/oneplus-7t-review

    XDA Developers: OnePlus 7T Review: A Premium, Practical Smartphone without Gimmicks.
    https://www.xda-developers.com/onepl...al-smartphone/
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    09-26-2019 05:07 PM
  2. Javier P's Avatar
    One more review.

    gsmarena.com: OnePlus 7T review.
    https://www.gsmarena.com/oneplus_7t-review-1992.php
    09-26-2019 05:17 PM
  3. frederickdawg's Avatar
    Not bad, not a fan of the aspect ratio though.
    09-26-2019 05:44 PM
  4. rimz808's Avatar
    Ok previous OnePlus owners. In the past, have the phones been placed on sale during the holiday season? Thinking about switching from Pixel to this phone, but wondering if in the past, have they placed the phones on sale?

    Thanks,
    09-26-2019 08:14 PM
  5. CranksterBB10's Avatar
    Ok previous OnePlus owners. In the past, have the phones been placed on sale during the holiday season? Thinking about switching from Pixel to this phone, but wondering if in the past, have they placed the phones on sale?

    Thanks,
    I don't recall any sale on phones. They tend to discount accessories. I could be wrong.
    09-26-2019 09:35 PM
  6. King112585's Avatar
    Ok previous OnePlus owners. In the past, have the phones been placed on sale during the holiday season? Thinking about switching from Pixel to this phone, but wondering if in the past, have they placed the phones on sale?

    Thanks,
    Oneplus doesn't typically do many sales throughout a products life cycle which is how they hit a lower entry price point. Occasionally you may see a $50 discount on old stock when a new model is coming out (maybe for the holidays) but nothing like you see from Samsung.
    09-27-2019 10:02 AM
  7. awsomsauce's Avatar
    I'm so torn!! I currently have an order out for a Pixel 3XL that's been "delayed" for about a week now with no sign of when it'll actually ship. I can still cancel it, and I might for this phone. I can get it from T-Mobile, so I can take advantage of the wifi calling and hotspot, which I couldn't with the Pixel. But the Pixel has features the 7T doesn't. $599 is about my max for a phone, so not really interested in waiting for the Pixel 4s. Any thoughts? 7T or 3XL?? Please help!
    09-27-2019 11:24 AM
  8. Javier P's Avatar
    I'm so torn!! I currently have an order out for a Pixel 3XL that's been "delayed" for about a week now with no sign of when it'll actually ship. I can still cancel it, and I might for this phone. I can get it from T-Mobile, so I can take advantage of the wifi calling and hotspot, which I couldn't with the Pixel. But the Pixel has features the 7T doesn't. $599 is about my max for a phone, so not really interested in waiting for the Pixel 4s. Any thoughts? 7T or 3XL?? Please help!
    Tricky, that decision is very personal. I would go for the 7T personally. For my needs only the camera could be better in the Pixel.
    09-27-2019 01:05 PM
  9. rimz808's Avatar
    I'm so torn!! I currently have an order out for a Pixel 3XL that's been "delayed" for about a week now with no sign of when it'll actually ship. I can still cancel it, and I might for this phone. I can get it from T-Mobile, so I can take advantage of the wifi calling and hotspot, which I couldn't with the Pixel. But the Pixel has features the 7T doesn't. $599 is about my max for a phone, so not really interested in waiting for the Pixel 4s. Any thoughts? 7T or 3XL?? Please help!
    I currently have the Pixel 3XL and I actually really like it. But I am curious to try OnePlus just because, but I do not think it will be better than the pixel.

    Pixel has a great camera and takes great photos.
    Then there is screen call which I use A LOT.

    I am pretty sure that when the Pixel 4 gets released, the pixel 3 will be discounted.

    I say wait till pixel 4 gets released and see what happens with the pixel 3 pricing
    09-27-2019 04:05 PM
  10. Javier P's Avatar
    I'm so torn!! I currently have an order out for a Pixel 3XL that's been "delayed" for about a week now with no sign of when it'll actually ship. I can still cancel it, and I might for this phone. I can get it from T-Mobile, so I can take advantage of the wifi calling and hotspot, which I couldn't with the Pixel. But the Pixel has features the 7T doesn't. $599 is about my max for a phone, so not really interested in waiting for the Pixel 4s. Any thoughts? 7T or 3XL?? Please help!
    How much are you paying for the 3 XL? Is it the 64 or the 128 GB model?
    09-27-2019 04:21 PM
  11. awsomsauce's Avatar
    I currently have the Pixel 3XL and I actually really like it. But I am curious to try OnePlus just because, but I do not think it will be better than the pixel.

    Pixel has a great camera and takes great photos.
    Then there is screen call which I use A LOT.

    I am pretty sure that when the Pixel 4 gets released, the pixel 3 will be discounted.

    I say wait till pixel 4 gets released and see what happens with the pixel 3 pricing
    Pixel 3's already discounted. It's $300 off, down to $599 for the XL
    09-27-2019 04:26 PM
  12. awsomsauce's Avatar
    How much are you paying for the 3 XL? Is it the 64 or the 128 GB model?
    $599, it's $300 off. It's the 64GB version, which is fine with me. I currently have a 64GB LG V30 that I got at launch, I've got less than 50GB used in the 2-ish years since, so it's enough. My biggest space user (and worry) is pictures, I've got about 23GB of pictures currently. With the LG, I have an SD card. With the Pixel, there's the unlimited Google storage. IDK if OnePlus offers anything similar, I know there's no SD card
    09-27-2019 04:31 PM
  13. Javier P's Avatar
    $599, it's $300 off. It's the 64GB version, which is fine with me. I currently have a 64GB LG V30 that I got at launch, I've got less than 50GB used in the 2-ish years since, so it's enough. My biggest space user (and worry) is pictures, I've got about 23GB of pictures currently. With the LG, I have an SD card. With the Pixel, there's the unlimited Google storage. IDK if OnePlus offers anything similar, I know there's no SD card
    The OnePlus 7T comes with OnePlus Cloud to store media, not sure yet of how much free storage it includes.

    If you really like taking pictures maybe the Pixel would be the best option. OnePlus phones get Google Camera ports very often and they seem to improve quality when compared with the stock app.

    It's very personal. I'd would still prefer the SD855+, 8/128 GB and 90 Hz refresh rate over the SD845, 4/64 GB and I really like dual SIM phones.


    Oh, and the size of the notch
    09-27-2019 05:20 PM
  14. rimz808's Avatar
    $599, it's $300 off. It's the 64GB version, which is fine with me. I currently have a 64GB LG V30 that I got at launch, I've got less than 50GB used in the 2-ish years since, so it's enough. My biggest space user (and worry) is pictures, I've got about 23GB of pictures currently. With the LG, I have an SD card. With the Pixel, there's the unlimited Google storage. IDK if OnePlus offers anything similar, I know there's no SD card
    I have the 64GB storage and no problems with it. Yes I do take a lot of pictures and videos, but with Google Photo unlimited storage, all the storage space being used is just from Apps and other data. No issue with storage since getting this phone last November.
    09-27-2019 05:29 PM
  15. rimz808's Avatar
    The OnePlus 7T comes with OnePlus Cloud to store media, not sure yet of how much free storage it includes.

    If you really like taking pictures maybe the Pixel would be the best option. OnePlus phones get Google Camera ports very often and they seem to improve quality when compared with the stock app.

    It's very personal. I'd would still prefer the SD855+, 8/128 GB and 90 Hz refresh rate over the SD845, 4/64 GB and I really like dual SIM phones.


    Oh, and the size of the notch
    Notch didn't bother me as much as I thought it would have. There is an app called Nacho Notch that can get rid of it. I downloaded it, but as of today, have yet to use it
    09-27-2019 05:38 PM
  16. Javier P's Avatar
    Notch didn't bother me as much as I thought it would have. There is an app called Nacho Notch that can get rid of it. I downloaded it, but as of today, have yet to use it
    Yes, I've been using that app since my Moto G7+, great app. I have problems with notches even those small water drops.
    09-27-2019 05:40 PM
  17. awsomsauce's Avatar
    The OnePlus 7T comes with OnePlus Cloud to store media, not sure yet of how much free storage it includes.

    If you really like taking pictures maybe the Pixel would be the best option. OnePlus phones get Google Camera ports very often and they seem to improve quality when compared with the stock app.

    It's very personal. I'd would still prefer the SD855+, 8/128 GB and 90 Hz refresh rate over the SD845, 4/64 GB and I really like dual SIM phones.


    Oh, and the size of the notch
    You're kind of contradicting yourself, unless I'm misunderstanding. You say pictures go with Pixel, but OnePlus improves on the Pixel's quality? And I don't care about the notch. Rather have that than a random circle in my screen like Samsung lmao. I feel like I'd always think my screen's going out. Plus, I'd have a notch regardless, although OnePlus's admittedly looks much smaller. And I have zero use for dual sim phones, so that doesn't sell me at all. Rather have an SD card there
    09-27-2019 05:54 PM
  18. Javier P's Avatar
    You're kind of contradicting yourself, unless I'm misunderstanding. You say pictures go with Pixel, but OnePlus improves on the Pixel's quality? And I don't care about the notch. Rather have that than a random circle in my screen like Samsung lmao. I feel like I'd always think my screen's going out. Plus, I'd have a notch regardless, although OnePlus's admittedly looks much smaller. And I have zero use for dual sim phones, so that doesn't sell me at all. Rather have an SD card there
    No, OnePlus devices improve photo quality when using the Google Camera (ported), compared with the OP stock camera app.

    About the notch, I don't like them and I always use Nacho Notch. The main difference between Pixels and OnePlus 7 is how much room there's on the status bar for notifications and system icons.
    09-27-2019 06:03 PM
  19. bhatech's Avatar
    Looks great !! But at this point even at this price I do think they got to start adding wireless and official water resistance rating. I mean the iPhone 11 costs only $100 more and you can argue all about specs but it's just a different experience. And we have Samsung phones especially the S10e and smaller S10 with deal prices close to what 7T costs and have all the features.

    I'm going to buy anyways like I buy all phones but this definitely not the the runaway value for money.

    I do love it's back to flat screen and oxygen OS is such a delight to use.
    09-27-2019 08:53 PM
  20. frederickdawg's Avatar
    I'd also stay away from the T-Mobile branded one if I were you. Just go look at some of the oneplus7pro T-Mobile posts on xda, all of them wished they'd got the non T-Mobile version.
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    09-27-2019 09:21 PM
  21. bhatech's Avatar
    I'd also stay away from the T-Mobile branded one if I were you. Just go look at some of the oneplus7pro T-Mobile posts on xda, all of them wished they'd got the non T-Mobile version.
    Never get the crappy carrier branded device is my advice all the time

    I have been away from them for many years and wouldn't go back even if they give for free
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    09-27-2019 09:48 PM
  22. Mike Dee's Avatar
    Never get the crappy carrier branded device is my advice all the time

    I have been away from them for many years and wouldn't go back even if they give for free
    I'm for that advise as well but I recommend that anyone who goes unlocked makes sure that certain desired carrier features are not eliminated by doing so.
    09-28-2019 02:29 PM
  23. Javier P's Avatar
    One more kind of review. This time from Jerry

    The Pixel 4 had better be damn great because the OnePlus 7T exists https://www.androidcentral.com/pixel...plus-7t-exists
    09-28-2019 05:56 PM
  24. Morty2264's Avatar
    I've been researching the Pixel 4 and though it looks cool, I really don't think it's for me.

    I've always wanted a OnePlus phone. I'm going to look more into the 7T. Very excited to see what's coming up for Android in the next month. Until then, I'm sticking with my Pixel 2.
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    09-28-2019 06:18 PM
  25. soma4society's Avatar
    I've been researching the Pixel 4 and though it looks cool, I really don't think it's for me.

    I've always wanted a OnePlus phone. I'm going to look more into the 7T. Very excited to see what's coming up for Android in the next month. Until then, I'm sticking with my Pixel 2.
    I have had very good experiences with OnePlus devices. This 7T looks like another winner, though the reports (from multiple reviewers) of mediocre battery life is a little surprising for a OnePlus device.
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    09-28-2019 09:07 PM
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