OnePlus 3 (Soft Gold, 64 GB)

OnePlus 3 (Soft Gold, 64 GB)

Rs. 27,999

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Lowest price Product: OnePlus 3 (Soft Gold, 64 GB) - Rs. 27,999
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General
Sales Package Handset, USB Cable, Charger, Quick Start Guide, Safety Information, SIM Tray Eject
Model Number A3003
Model Name OnePlus 3
Color Soft Gold
Browse Type Smartphones
SIM Type Dual Sim
Hybrid Sim Slot No
Touchscreen Yes
OTG Compatible Yes
Display Features
Display Size 5.5 inch
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
Resolution Type Full HD
GPU Adreno 530
Display Type Optic AMOLED
Display Colors 16 M
Other Display Features 73.1% Screen-to-body Ratio, Multi-touch, Corning Gorilla Glass 4
OS & Processor Features
Operating System Android Marshmallow 6.0.1
Processor Type Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820
Processor Core Quad Core
Processor Clock Speed 2.15 GHz
Secondary Clock Speed 1.6 GHz
Memory & Storage Features
Internal Storage 64 GB
RAM 6 GB
Call Log Memory Yes
Camera Features
Primary Camera Available Yes
Primary Camera 16 megapixel
Primary Camera Features f/2.0, Phase Detection Autofocus, OIS, 1/2.8 inch Sensor Size, 1.12 micrometer, Geo-tagging, Touch Focus, Face Detection, Panorama, Auto HDR
Secondary Camera Available Yes
Secondary Camera 8 megapixel
Secondary Camera Features f/2.0, Sensor Size: 1/3.2 inch, 1.4 micrometer Pixel
Flash LED
HD Recording Yes
Full HD Recording Yes
Video Recording Yes
Video Recording Resolution 3840 x 2160
Frame Rate 2160p at 30 FPS, 720p at 120 FPS fps
Image Editor Yes
Call Features
Phone Book Yes
Connectivity Features
Network Type 4G, 3G, 2G
Supported Networks 4G LTE, 4G LTE
Internet Connectivity 4G, 3G, Wi-Fi
3G Yes
3G Speed HSPA
Pre-installed Browser Android, HTML5
Bluetooth Support Yes
Bluetooth Version 4.2
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi Version 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Wi-Fi Hotspot Yes
NFC Yes
USB Connectivity Yes
Audio Jack 3.5 mm
Map Support Google Maps
GPS Support Yes
Other Details
Smartphone Yes
Touchscreen Type Capacitive
SIM Size Nano SIM
Removable Battery No
MMS Yes
SMS Yes
Graphics PPI 401 PPI
SIM Access Dual Standby
Internal Memory 64
Sensors Fingerprint, Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, Compass
Other Features Wi-Fi Direct, USB Type C 1.0 Reversible Connector, IM, Push Email, Fast Charge, Video Editor, EVDO, Fast Battery Charging: 60% in 30 min (Dash Charge)
Multimedia Features
DLNA Support Yes
Audio Formats MP3, eAAC+, WMA, WAV, FLAC Player
Video Formats DIVX, XVID, MP4, H.265 Player
Battery & Power Features
Battery Capacity 3000 mAh
Dimensions
Width 74.7 mm
Height 152.7 mm
Depth 7.4 mm
Weight 158 g
Warranty
Warranty Summary 1 Year on Handset, 6 Months on Accessories

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Lowest price Product: OnePlus 3 (Soft Gold, 64 GB) - Rs. 27,999
I had purchased this phone 4 months ago for my daily usage after doing a lot of research like all we INDIANS do before spending hard earned 30K rupees. This review can be a bit lengthy, but please read the full review before buying this phone. I had shared my good and bad experiences with this phone.......................................🎁🎁 IN THE BOX 🎁🎁'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''1. The phone (OnePlus 3 with some screen protection preapplied)2. The DASH Charger (Hero in the deal)3. Standard USB to type C cable for charging and data syncing4. Standard manuals and documents with some OnePlus stickers.5. SIM tray ejector pin................................👍👍 GOOD 👍👍'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''--> The build quality of the phone is very good. Its made up of full body space grade aluminium build which makes the phone solid and also light weight. The phone is very sleek at about 7mm thickness but it has a camera bump which I doesn't like.--> This phone comes out with a fullHD Amoled Display with very good viewing angles. In this feature it really matches with the high end Samsung devices. The only problem is its resolution. But with naked eye I doesn't even fell the difference.--> This phone comes with Snapdragon 820 chipset packed with 6 GB of RAM which does all the multitasking and performance freak usage very easily. But there is a catch in this which I will tell later in this review.--> The DASH charging is the best. It charges the full battery from about 5% in just 66 minutes.Read more ›
Bishwajeet Thakur - October 28, 2016
I have used OnePlus One, then OnePlus 2 and now OnePlus 3. OnePlus was an experimental startup project from OPPO and now It has turned into a brand name. All three devices have the killer hardware but we all know that powerful hardware alone not enough to make a good piece of technology, software plays an important role too. iPhone is the example and this is where OnePlus failed in beginning. OnePlus started with Cyanogen OS then they had to move on Hydrogen & Oxygen OS but now they are merging both Hydrogen and Oxygen OS. What will be the result? In this review, I will share everything about OnePlus 3 including some good and bad things about OnePlus 3 based on my 3 months experience. So here we go:--------------------------------------📰 UPDATE (01-01-2017)--------------------------------------OnePlus 3 and 3T both gets OxygenOS 4.0 based on Android N officially via OTA.--------------------------------------📰 UPDATE (18-12-2016)--------------------------------------(Personal thought, can be skipped)Today OnePlus 3 was sold for 18,999 on another platform, OnePlus 3 was sold 32% less than what it costs normally, it is a huge price cut and Mr Carl Pei (CEO OnePlus) himself said me on twitter that "This is the problem. For premium brands, trust is everything. We would never betray trust by dropping prices like this." and OnePlus said it is not an official sale but the platform's representative told me that brand OnePlus itself registered for this sale. I really didn't like this poor business strategy just for mouth publicity and to be there in headlines. IMHO these kinds of strategies kill the brand value, as well as the resale value of the device and hurt their old customers.Read more ›
Divaksh - September 27, 2016
The phone us good. But from day zero, the Bluetooth didn't work, in my car (where it was very badly needed) nor on any other instrument. I called the help line of OnePlus. They did their bit of iterations - over a 4 day period interspersed with holidays. I had removed all Apps on which the failure of the Bluetooth's failure to function was pinned. It didn't work. By the ninth day of the purchase, the problem was not solved. I called Amazon for a replacement. The process to claim on their site was not very user friendly, to say the least. Amazon wanted me to visit OnePlus service centre to obtain a certificate that the problem could not be solved. I argued that having to visit an outlet would beat the purpose of buying online - I will have to spend at least 4-6 hours in travel, to reach the service centre. By this time, the 10 day period for replacement of the product was completed. Amazon coolly informed that the replacement cannot be done6 anymore! If an important feature didn't function on a brand new phone, it deserved a replacement - no questions asked, at least from a brand like One Plus. It isn't so. For a OnePlus One fan who graduated to One Plus 3, this entire episode of how OnePlus treated me and Amazon too ( to whom I had forwarded all the correspondence with the OnePlus Tech Support), it is proof that once your are reasonably successful, you could treat the customers any which way. Way to go One Plus and Amazon. I just bought my last OnePlus phone and have also done my last transaction on Amazon.Beware of these successful brands
Srinivasa Kumar Swarna - October 31, 2016
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