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Mark_S

Jun 4, 2018, 10:58 AM
over in the "OnePlus 6" discussion:

And for slightly more............

The HTC U12+
Still under $700
Better phone overall.
Are they still in business, I think they just laid off a few thousand employees.
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skertes5867

Jun 28, 2018, 3:40 PM

"Support for AT&T" is......

Not true support. One can use the OnePlus 6 on AT&T and it will work perfectly, with the exception being no VOLTE / HD Calling / Wifi Calling. That said, these are NOT OnePlus's fault at all... they are entirely AT&T's doing.... AT&T will not allow any phones other than their own (or the Google Pixel) to access it's VOLTE & HD features. Works on T-Mobile with zero problem.
Because AT&T cares about the quality of the devices on their network...why should One Plus get a free pass to have all of these services work perfectly when they have not paid the hundreds of thousands of dollars in costs of certification? It works p...
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Charles Bigelow

May 19, 2018, 6:38 PM
over in the "OnePlus 6" discussion:

Jeeeeeez!

Another manufacturer adopts the fugly "notch"
Deal breaker for me.
JJinNYC

May 16, 2018, 3:47 PM
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over in the "OnePlus 6" discussion:

Still 1080p and 401ppi in 2018?

Seriously? I know it's sort of a budget high end device per say but damn after 6 iterations you cant up the ante a bit and slap a 2k screen on it? Especially since it's a big ass 6.2" incher? Come on smh
I meant 1440 x 2560 my bad
You might have better eyes than I do. I have a difficult time appreciating any benefit (at all) of a 2K display unless I'm using it for VR. 401ppi is pretty good. The human eye maxes out around 300ppi at standard reading distance.

Also, keep in mi...
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