The OnePlus We Loved Is Dead

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  • Published on Jun 12, 2019
  • Thoughts on the state of OnePlus and their phones including the OP7 Pro and regular non-pro OP7.
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  • Dave Lee
    Dave Lee  5 months ago +2196

    This new direction of OnePlus is a very different one. It's more expensive direction but it let's them make unique hardware and I like where they're going with it. Do you?

    • Andy L
      Andy L 2 months ago

      Great analysis, Dave.

    • J
      J 3 months ago

      I dont participate often but here is my perspective. NA folks are usually tied to ecosystem Apple or Carrier and OP is going to have hard time in playing the game. Also a lot of premium phones in NA are usually leased or carrier free upgrades or more like DPP/trade in credits and OP is just trying to play that game.
      Atleast for me it never makes sense on spending $700 on OP when I can get a new Pixel 3 for 599 or like I got my Pixel 2 for $450 like an year back. People who seek value like me look for avenues are the one who consider OP as well. And getting OP 7 for ~ $650 may not work, as there would be lack of warranty claims and more importantly extended warranty or credit card offers I can double down on.

      Good luck OP!

    • Victa Nguyen
      Victa Nguyen 3 months ago

      I would of been loyal if they kept the low prices and flagship killer. Not expensive flagshit 🗑

    • Robert
      Robert 4 months ago

      Fortunately in UK we have the option to buy the OP7 besides the OP7Pro 😁. However prices are higher than the OnePlus we used to remember.
      We do have to mention that is is what happened to the Nexus series as well, long time ago.

    • Aristide Torchia
      Aristide Torchia 4 months ago

      You do realize that the OP 7 is still a relatively cheap flagship device, unlike the 7 pro? Bullshit video

  • Omer Plotniarz
    Omer Plotniarz 6 days ago

    Great content! now with the OP7T, which one would you recommend to the average person - OP7 (the 6T upgrade) or the OP7T? I'm in London so can basically get both. Thanks!

  • Max77
    Max77 15 days ago

    Has anybody found HTC's body yet?

  • real4everh
    real4everh 27 days ago

    I buy the one plus 7
    Sold it after month
    I face many bugs mainly in speakr
    And noice cancling mic
    Although im not fan of Samsung but i have to say company like onplus never make quality of Samsung devices

  • YongCing Law
    YongCing Law Month ago

    Pls Nemesis

  • Grade E Quality
    Grade E Quality Month ago

    Atleast we have xiaomi now

  • Spekulacje TV
    Spekulacje TV 2 months ago

    OnePlus... this same story like Samsung.
    Both start sell budget Phone, and later sell premium.

  • Nemra
    Nemra 2 months ago

    Come one Apple = North America
    Europe is quite sick of the Apple products because its really sad changes the last few years, like 2016-2017 was the last good Apple product year after that it just goes down.

  • Juan zecaida Jr
    Juan zecaida Jr 2 months ago

    One plus was never cheap it was always a cheap flagship everyone thought it would always be cheap it would be cheap compared to flagships

  • John Francis Doe
    John Francis Doe 2 months ago

    Biggest question: Does that market omission align with some costly requirements, such as the CDMA network type, the carrier customizing of each model, random bans and lawsuits etc.

  • Karthik Ranganathan
    Karthik Ranganathan 2 months ago

    They don't have to sell it North America to be successful lol. They are hugely successful already just by selling in India and China, that's where the buyers are. So, no, stop thinking too highly about North America.

  • Newen hualpa
    Newen hualpa 2 months ago

    Pelotudo, el oneplus 7 no pro se puede comprar en todo el puto mundo por ebay o amazon, etc

  • Hirak Mahanta
    Hirak Mahanta 2 months ago

    Selling one plus products in India .... they are already winning..

  • FafA mnzm
    FafA mnzm 2 months ago

    I've been thinking, how come we have 90 hz amoled display on oneplus phone but not on any amoled screen laptop and just 60 hz?!

  • JKOtv
    JKOtv 2 months ago

    What you said in this video is very true but the amount of money people were used to pay for a good smartphone also changed. A few years back it was completely out of this world that somebody would pay more than 1000€ on a Smartphone and here iPhone XS we are. I remember back then when I bought my first smartphone it was around 2011/12 I paid 250€ for it and my mother did not let me take it to p.e classes because it was considered super expensive. Now I am lucky to get a decent processor in my phone for less than 400€

  • emperor
    emperor 2 months ago

    jalta hai majnu😂

  • Nithin Ravi
    Nithin Ravi 2 months ago

    Which is that game ??

  • cool
    cool 2 months ago

    Watching this on k20 pro.
    Just 380$
    same spec as oneplus 7
    With no stereo speakers and UFS 3.0
    Seriously k20 pro is more VFM than onleplus 7.
    Same AMOLED display with no notch
    Popup camera although bit slow.
    Camera is way better than oneplus 7
    Battery champion.
    Oneplus only wins in software updates.
    Since I don't rely on xiaomi for software and only use custom ROMs..k20 pro is bang for the buck .
    What's not you get 256gb storage with 8gb ram for under 420$.

  • Peezy
    Peezy 2 months ago

    Everyone knows the one plus 7 pro is the king right now. Sorry guys that's just how it is. Catch up

  • mc lotha
    mc lotha 3 months ago

    Americans..... Americans... Americans... Americans........ Really? Centre of the earth?

  • Zwe Htet Nai Nai
    Zwe Htet Nai Nai 3 months ago

    When will you make OnePlus 7 review?

  • Aditya Singh
    Aditya Singh 3 months ago

    Bro its doesnt matter if they sell in north america, it not alway that if america doesnt include in the liat it doesnt work or make profit😑😑

  • 5 SECOND CRAFTS
    5 SECOND CRAFTS 3 months ago

    Nice

  • Nazizus Salehin
    Nazizus Salehin 3 months ago

    I am from Bangladesh, Asia. I also bought an OnePlus 7 recently. And it really feels good to use this phone. This phone serves a great within the budget of this phone...

  • Alfredo Mendez
    Alfredo Mendez 3 months ago

    I got the oneplus 7 Red Edition 8GB 256 storage for $460 brand new! XD and you can find them on Amazon for about 480 to 550$ same 8gb and same storage!

  • ankit saxena
    ankit saxena 3 months ago

    no headphone jack = no buy

  • El Pinguino
    El Pinguino 3 months ago

    I'm in the United States, and I got a red OnePlus 7 international version from Amazon under $500, it's definitely available, you just have to know what it is

  • Mel Alcantara
    Mel Alcantara 3 months ago

    good thing one plus 7 is available in the Philippines in digital walker shops.

  • Yue
    Yue 3 months ago

    long winded video with no content. absolute state of dave2d

  • Bao Ng
    Bao Ng 3 months ago

    click bait

  • awink mistav
    awink mistav 3 months ago

    hi Dave , I am from 🇮🇳 and after looking at the current situation of OnePlus policy's laid out it makes me think abit conservatively about it's product. First off the pricing in India is really steep for the OP7pro & at least from the data it shows most consumers are eyeing the OP7 6/128 at close to 32999 INR.(the model not avail in N.A )
    my doubt in this company is still prevelent and I refuse to go with it's policy's. Infact I'am extremely happy with my qHD G6 since oct 2017 till date.
    I see Honor's Latest Kirin 980 plonked into the View20 as a fantastic value proposition
    (INR 26000) under cutting prices of the OP7 and also the newly launched K20 pro version which single handedly dismantle bulk nos that OnePlus was set to achieve by this half yearly sales figures. I need to get your thought's on which is best possible upgrade between the choice of devices that I just mentioned for closer to 550 usd value proposition ❓👀
    warmth n regards

  • Putochingarkabron A
    Putochingarkabron A 3 months ago

    Americans complain too much and they are often biased, so let them just get whatever OnePlus has got the best.

  • Victa Nguyen
    Victa Nguyen 3 months ago

    Yeah its a flagshit

  • Siva Joseph
    Siva Joseph 3 months ago

    How much is SAR levels in oneplus 7

  • Siva Joseph
    Siva Joseph 3 months ago

    How much is SAR levels in oneplus 7

  • Gaurav Gaurav
    Gaurav Gaurav 3 months ago

    Hahah.. Sad for North America.. This vedio is just for North America people.. Nothing to do with phone specifications and quality.

  • EDWYN K JOY
    EDWYN K JOY 3 months ago

    U right

  • Hardik Pandit
    Hardik Pandit 3 months ago

    Review it Dave!!

  • Ranodeep Seth
    Ranodeep Seth 3 months ago

    lowkey clickbait

  • Denis vk13
    Denis vk13 3 months ago

    Not everything rotates around north america

  • Pranshu Gupta
    Pranshu Gupta 4 months ago

    I am watching this video ON oneplus 7🤣✌️ , from INDIA baby

  • Jamie boyne
    Jamie boyne 4 months ago

    In Ireland it's exclusive to one carrier but we get the 7 and the 7 pro

  • N H
    N H 4 months ago +1

    RIP One Plus. If I wanted to pay for a flagship, I would have purchased a flagship phone. If I am gonna spend $700-750 phone, I can just buy a Samsung or iPhone for 100 -200 dollar more. Or buy them during holiday sales. Btw other flagships has more accessories available, water proof certifications, wireless charging, and more tech supports.

  • Roberto Zozaya
    Roberto Zozaya 4 months ago

    Regarding prices, while OP 1 was cheaper than 7 Pro, prices overall were a lot cheaper than now. How much was an iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S?

  • Nishant Wadhwa
    Nishant Wadhwa 4 months ago

    This is how some of the big companies treated India in the past. They released the product late and at unreasonable prices compared to other markets(Apple, Google). We Indians were initially like WTF but it was a perfect opportunity for OnePlus to grow its share. They too are becoming unreasonably expensive now but Xiaomi are on their tail with Poco F1 and K20.

  • Natan Facchin
    Natan Facchin 4 months ago +1

    Yes, although I have the regular 7 and it's a great phone. It seems like a better buy than the pro. Glad that they're selling it here in Europe. Too bad that's not in North America. :(
    Edit: if I was in the US I'd either import one or just get the pro :(

  • Dania
    Dania 4 months ago

    you title is misleading

  • John I
    John I 4 months ago +1

    Bought 6t from amazon...loved it til I realized no warranty so returned..bought 7 from eBay with 2 yr square trade warranty..love it..didn’t like 7 pro too big too expensive..replacing my pixel 2 after screen fried in sun

  • Kusariyaro
    Kusariyaro 4 months ago

    "Penetrate America"
    Sounds sexual....

  • Cockpit Scenes
    Cockpit Scenes 4 months ago

    I don't get it. How does selling both phones in the US market hurt OnePlus. It just means the TOTAL number of phones sold would be much higher. So that's a bad thing?

  • Athena
    Athena 4 months ago

    Its a bit off-topic, but I'm gonna say it anyway.
    I _hate_ modern flagship devices. They're too big, too expensive, and too feature-packed for me. I mean, the OnePlus 7 Pro nearly has a *seven inch screen* which is bloody ridiculous for people like me who have small hands. Utter madness.
    I always regarded OnePlus as a flagship killer until recently, when I saw the OP6. They became the flagship. And I hate it.
    I use a BlackBerry Classic (3.5" 720x720 display, with a QWERTY keyboard) which is comparable to the width of an iPhone 6s, my former phone. The absolute limit for me is 5.5 inches, which I can't really hold properly. I'd prefer a phone with the width of a 6s, not something insane like the 7 Pro or the iPhone X series. Hopefully I can stay away from the phablet trend that is becoming the norm now. Sorry, big tech, I'll stick with my BlackBerry.

  • Hyptup
    Hyptup 4 months ago

    fuck OnePlus, 7 damn variations and no damn wireless charging.

  • Vishal Iohar
    Vishal Iohar 4 months ago

    ..i am planning to purchase new mobile phone which one is best 1+7 vs k20 pro

  • Moni singh
    Moni singh 4 months ago

    You always make sense

  • Jatin Agarwal
    Jatin Agarwal 4 months ago

    Watching on my OnePlus 7

  • Jatin Agarwal
    Jatin Agarwal 4 months ago

    OnePlus 7 in India is cheaper than OnePlus 6T (at the time of launch). What more does someone want? There is a reason this brand is doing well in India.

  • mustafa alattar
    mustafa alattar 4 months ago

    But I really dont get why you would recommend the normal One plus 7 over the pro, when even the pro is priced relatively cheap compared to other flagships.

  • Ice Master
    Ice Master 4 months ago

    Hello there,

    I've been using my S7 for almost 2 years now and was thinking of an upgrade.
    But, I can't really make up my mind, if I should go with the Oneplus 7(Regular not Pro) or Galaxy S10.

    What would you recommend?

  • aditya patra
    aditya patra 4 months ago

    When Americans realize sometimes their country doesn't matter

  • Fadumo M
    Fadumo M 4 months ago

    As a longtime OnePlus user I didn't even know that there was a Oneplus 7 available. That's sucks so much.

    • Deepak Bisht
      Deepak Bisht 4 months ago

      Yes there is a OP7 and the best past is here in India the launching price of OP7 is less than OP 6T.