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This product has a FreakScore of 9.4 out of 10 based on 169 scores.
For years, OnePlus has been nipping at the heels of smartphone giants like Samsung and Huawei with stripped down phones boasting big specs, solid designs, and not much else. And for a lot of people that was totally fine, as it allowed OnePlus to offer up top-notch performance for hundreds less than... Read more
There have been a couple of gaming phones, such as the Razer Phone 2 , with a higher 120Hz display, but this is the first time we are seeing a high refresh rate on an all-screen OLED panel with a razor sharp pixel resolution of 3120 x 1440. There's also HDR10+ support. Read more
OnePlus do not have an official presence here in Australia but that hasn’t stopped many Australians from purchasing OnePlus devices. There are a few ways to get your hands on one — many grey market importers sell them and there is always the mail forwarder option. Read more
More bang, more bucks, more everything. Read more
Phone arrived after 1 week. Made the switch from galaxy s7 edge. The cons: The camera focus is slower than s7. Fortunately software updates since purchase improved in that area. The fingerprint sensor sometimes won't register the fingerprint. Quite annoying. Read more