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This phone is a real masterpiece. It beats every single phone in my opinion. Better even than the two new Nexii or Nexuses or however you want to call them.
The performance is so nice, obviously. 2.7Ghz quad core, 3 Gb RAM and a big battery, beats everything easily. But I mostly like it for its looks. Look at the design of the phone. Those are some sexy curves! But also the screen is awesome. Hardly any bezels, it is slightly curved at the bezel and it just feels so nice in the hands. And the Quad HD resolution does the rest. It is perfect. But ... ahh ... I broke the screen. I'm going to fix it though.
OnePlus. The company that was just recently created.
I trusted them.
They abused my trust.
I bought the international version from a 3rd party seller in Europe, because it was not available in the official store, when I needed it. Good job OnePlus. That was less than three months ago. Last week the screen randomly decided that it has had enough and started showing beautiful colourful and also some black stripes straight through the screen. From the top to the bottom. Nice one, OnePlus!
Wait that's not all. I created a ticket at the customer service of OnePlus and explained them with all detail, what has happened. Afer a full week I got a reply. One full week! Again, nice one.
They told me, that I don't have warranty on the phone, because I bought it at a 3rd party seller. Thats number four: Good job OnePlus!
Resumé: Not buying there again. Ever. And for you guys out there reading this, do not buy anything from OnePlus, if you do not want to risk to get faulty hardware.
I originally bought this phone as replacement for the Nexus 5, but later I fixed the 5 back up again.
The Note 3 was a great phone, I'd still use it if it wasn't for the Nexus 6. The pen was useful in some cases, but not all the time. I did not use the pen everyday. But otherwise, the performance and the quality were great. I gave it to my mom later. She still uses it.
Well, Nexus... Do I need to say anything else? Great features, great performance, great screen (except for when it is dropped and broken...)
But the battery ran out quite quickly(similar to the new iPhone sixes, didn't even last a whole day). I want to buy one again, just to have it in the Nexus family...
This phone got me into modding. Custom ROMs, custom UI, I even made custom themes myself, as soon as I found out how. But the most stuff was from xdaDevelopers. Thank you community!
The phone itself was really nice, also quality wise. And it had a pen. The pen is important. Yeah, you really could do stuff with a pen back then, already! I still have the phone lying around somewhere, I think someday, I'll fix it again.
This phone was awesome! It was like a miniature laptop, with which you could call someone. (Like some Tablets today, lol)
When I took this to school, the others laughed at me, because it was so bulky and big and they all had small phones or flipphones. I think touchscreen also started back then. But when I opened it to use it like a laptop (btw this was possible, even if the front phone-part was off, so you could trick the teachers) all the kids were amazed and i was the coolest kid in class. This phone was just amazing. And it had the game 'Bounce'. Best game ever.