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@pankan_'s timeline story
Of course, people who have signed up here are obviously serious about the gadgets they use. My story, hence, is probably not gonna be very different from yours. Or is it? It's Symbian that actually got me started, and one fine day Android just took over. I have never owned an iOS, Windows mobile, or Blackberry based device. So you know how much of an Android fanboy I am. That's pretty much my story, or who I am as a geek. Warranty is not my thing. So I keep my devices rooted, from day one. I keep them Xposed, amplified and greenified all the time. I mean, what good would be something if it doesn't last as much as you'd want it to? Yes. Battery life matters, always. So do looks. Hence, Android. Now, and probably *forever.
@pankan_, 13.10.2016, 00:22
Was a bit skeptical about coming back to OnePlus after the fiasco of the OnePlus 2. But then again, the design made me fall for this phone head over heals and the sub par battery capacity was not a deal breaker. Writing this review after 2 months of use, and oh boy, the device is just amazing. Dash charging coupled with the amazing battery life, this phone has almost nailed it all. Great camera. Awesome feel. Epic battery life. Money well spent.
I was kind of cornered into using this phone, which used to belong to my dad, since I wasn't in a position to get myself a new one. It wasn't a let down at all. The camera however didn't please me one bit. The phone is still live in 2016 and I am rocking some custom ROMs in it to get some great battery life.
Have not used a phone as much as I have used this baby. Was my favourite phone. Had quite good camera in those days. Loud music. Fast, and could store a lot of text messages. Also, some nifty applications and browsers like Opera Mini. Quite nostalgic.
I would like to get my hands on one of these even now, in 2016. Collecting mobile phones isn't smart, but keeping a Nokia 3310 in your shelf would be another thing. So much memories associated with this phone. The picture messages. Ring tone composer. Operator logo. I kind of miss this phone.