Premium aluminum ahụ, mma na ihuenyo na igwefoto, oké akara mkpisiaka nyocha, bloat-free software, na a ụbọchị batrị - na ọkara na-eri nke a Samsung
The OnePlus 3 na-na ọhụrụ top-ọgwụgwụ ama ere ufọt ufọt nso ahịa si Chinese emeputa OnePlus, nke awade a nụchara anụcha ahụmahụ nke ukwu na-erughị Samsung, HTC, LG ma ọ bụ Apple.
The 3 bụ nke anọ ama si OnePlus - a obere Chinese mmalite aiming iji nye mma ahụmahụ o kwere omume ngwaahịa maka budata obere ego karịa rivals - na bụ nnukwu nzọụkwụ niile ntụziaka n'elu ikpeazụ afọ OnePlus 2.
Aluminium n'elu na ala
The OnePlus 3 bụ ihe niile na-metal ekwentị na a ubé curved azụ, eji ire ụtọ n'ọnụ na contoured iko n'ihu na tapers anya kwupụta n'ọnụ. Ọ dị mma nke ukwuu na-etinye ọnụ, n'ezie oké n'aka na dị ka ndị kasị mma site elu-kwuru ọnụ ahịa rivals.
The 5.5in zuru HD ihuenyo bụ vibrant, na inky ojii, ọgaranya na agba na oke-acha ọcha ọcha. Ọ bụghị dị ka akwa mkpebi, ya mere ọ bụghị dị ka pixel-n'oké dị ka Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Otú ọ dị, nke bụ kwesiri ngosi n'akụkụ-na-n'akụkụ. Ọ bụ na-abụghị oké maka ojiji na mebere-eme eme headsets, ma ọtụtụ buyers ga-enwe obi ụtọ na àgwà nke ihuenyo.
The ngosi na-nwere nnọọ warara bezels ma akụkụ, nke na-eme OnePlus 3 nnọọ warara nke a buru ibu-ekpuchi smartphone, na ndị ọzọ gh karịa ọtụtụ n'ihi na n'ozuzu size ngwaọrụ, nọ nnọọ ntakịrị. Tụnyere ndị kasị mma 5.5in smartphone dị, na Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge ya curved ihuenyo, na OnePlus 3 bụ nanị 2.1mm wider. Ọ bụ na-nanị 1.8mm toro ogologo karịa ndị Samsung.
Otu n'ime ihe pụrụ iche na-OnePlus bụ a ngosi mmịfe na n'akụkụ nke ekwentị na switches n'etiti nkịtị, mkpa na niile Ịma Ọkwa. Ọ na-akwa na kwa Android ekwentị kwesịrị inwe otu.
- Ihuenyo: 5.5na zuru HD AMOLED (401ppi)
- Processor: quad-isi Snapdragon Qualcomm 820
- Ram: 6GB nke Ram
- Nchekwa: 64GB
- Sistemụ nrụọrụ: Android 6.0.1 OxygenOS
- Igwefoto: 16MP n'azụ igwefoto na OIS, 8MP n'ihu-eche ihu igwefoto
- Njikọta: LTE, Sọrọ-SIM, Wi-Fi, NFC, USB-C, Bluetooth 4.2 na GPS
- Akụkụ: 152.7 x 74.7 x 7.35 mm
- Arọ: 158g
Top spec bụ fọrọ nke nta overkill
The OnePlus 3 -agba Qualcomm si ọhụrụ top-ọgwụgwụ ama mgbawa, na Snapdragon 820, nke ga-abụ na ike kacha nke flagship smartphones maka ndị fọdụrụnụ nke 2016. Ọ bụ a mara mma dị ike mgbawa nke ga-eme ihe ọ bụla onye ọ bụla yiri ka na-agbalị ime na a ama.
Otu ihe na-esetịpụrụ ndị OnePlus 3 iche n'ebe ndị mkpọ bụ ya 6GB nke RAM. Kasị smartphones nwere 2 ma ọ bụ 3GB, na ụfọdụ dị ka Galaxy S7 Edge enwe 4GB. The ọzọ RAM a ekwentị nwere ihe ọzọ ngwa ọdịnala na taabụ na ihe nchọgharị ha nwere ike na-emeghe n'otu oge, ma, hoo haa 6GB bụ a bit overkill maka ihe bụ omume n'oge. N'ileghachi anya na ebe nchekwa monitor wuru n'ime Android, nke 5.6GB nke RAM dị, M ejisike mgbe eji ihe karịrị 3.5GB. Dị ka na kọmputa, Otú ọ dị, ị na-ebi aga dị mkpa karịa ebe nchekwa dị ka ihe na-enwe ọganihu, ya mere na ị nwee ike ile ya dị ka ga-eme n'ọdịnihu-proofing.
The OnePlus 3 bụ snappy na rụrụ ọma nile m ule, na obere na n'uzọ kwesiri ngosi lag ma ọ bụ igansu n'ebe ọ bụla. Ọ ọbụna edozi 30 nkeji Ịgba Cha Cha sessions na-enweghị na-oke ọkụ on a ụbọchị mgbe ihere okpomọkụ kụrụ 25C.
-Eji dị ka m bụ isi na ngwaọrụ na awa anọ na-ege ntị music site Bluetooth ekweisi, awa atọ nọrọ nchọgharị ma ọ bụ na-eji ngwa ọdịnala, mgbe ụfọdụ egwu egwuregwu, na-ewere foto, na narị push Ịma Ọkwa nile ụbọchị, na OnePlus 3 meruru nanị n'elu 24 awa n'etiti ebubo.
Achọpụtara m na ndụ batrị n'oge ụbọchị ahụ dị nnọọ mma – on par na ụfọdụ n'ime ihe ike ịrụ ọrụ nke ọma smartphones – ma na nọrọ na njikere oge n'otu ntabi anya bụ ogbenye, adịkwa n'etiti 12 na 16% nke ụgwọ mgbe ekpe na nkịtị on a tebụl dị n'akụkụ àkwà ruo awa asaa. Kasị ngwaọrụ ida gburugburu 1% nke ụgwọ ya kwa elekere.
OnePlus has licensed sister Chinese smartphone manufacture Oppo’s fast charging technology, which operates differently than most other quick charging solutions by moving the fast charging chips to the power adapter, rather than the phone. The Dash Charge system moves the largest source of heat during charging from the cramped confines of the phone near the battery to something plugged into the wall, meaning the phone can charge faster without you having to worry about it overheating.
Charging from zero to 100% took 72 nkeji, while zero to 75% took 36 nkeji. That’s not a lot faster than the best of the rest when not in use. The difference is that the phone didn’t heat up at all, and could be used like normal without impacting the charging rate. Most devices get too hot and must slow down the charging speed, particularly when someone is using the device with the screen on.
The downside is that if you charge the OnePlus 3 via any non Dash-charge compatible power adapters, such as a computer, the phone charges at the slow, normal rate. Dash chargers cost £16 each – so it’s worth buying another with the phone.
The OnePlus 3 is also a dual-Sim phone, which is quite rare in the UK, meaning you can have two different plans, networks and phone numbers connecting to one phone – useful for carrying a work phone and personal phone in one device, dị ka ọmụmaatụ.
Better still, it can support two Sim cards in standby simultaneously, which means both cards can be connected to a 4G/3G network at the same time. Most only support one card in 2G mode, discounting networks such as the UK’s Three, which do not use a 2G signal.
OxygenOS, unless you don’t like it
OnePlus produces a custom version of Android called OxygenOS. The latest version is based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and on the face of it looks no different from the version of Android running on Google’s Nexus smartphones.
OxygenOS has a slightly different launcher with the company’s so-called Shelf on the left-most homescreen pane – a place for putting widgets, apps icons and the weather. Users can also have on-screen navigation buttons, or using the capacitive touch ones below the screen to save space as well as customise what they do.
Dị ka ọmụmaatụ, I set a double tap of the recently used apps button to immediate switch to the last used app – a feature that’s been added to the next version of Android N. A selection of other gestures, as well as an ambient display mode that wakes the screen when notifications come in or uses the camera to detect when your hand is over the screen to wake up, are also available.
OxygenOS is one of the better, stripped back and bloat-free versions of Android.
akara mkpisiaka nyocha
The home button functions as a fingerprint scanner, which is fast and responsive. Most of the time it would recognise my thumb first time, but occasionally would struggle when my thumb didn’t quite cover the whole sensor at odd angles.
The main 16-megapixel camera on the back is capable of some pretty good shots across varied lighting conditions. With good lighting the camera produces detailed pictures with fairly lifelike colours without much trouble. In difficult lighting conditions, such as those under artificial light, the images can look a bit grainy at full crop.
It’s not quite the best camera available, but it’s still up there with smartphones costing half as much again.
The camera app is relatively simple to use to get good pictures, and has full manual controls with RAW support if so desired. Slow motion 720p video at 120fps is also available, with 4K recording at 30fps if required.
The 8-megapixel selfie camera on the front produces some of the most detailed selfies I’ve seen, even in relatively difficult lightning conditions.
- The grey aluminium has a slight red tint to it in certain lights
- The tiny bezels made it easier to hold, but I found it quite easy to activate the capacitive navigation buttons with my palm
- Silencing the phone with the notification slider is easy and fast
- Dash Chargers power other devices up to 2A, which is normal charging rate
- OnePlus sells a Dash car charger for £25
- It’s got NFC, which the OnePlus 2 oddly didn’t – good for Android Pay
- The phone ships with an unlocked bootloader making it easier to load custom Android versions, should you not like OxygenOS
- It comes with a screen protector pre-installed, but like most screen protectors on contoured or curved glass, stands out like a sore thumb.
The OnePlus 3 costs £309 ($399) available in grey with a gold colour available later. The phone will be available straight from OnePlus without the company’s controversial invite system.
Previous OnePlus smartphones nasi na ha bụ "flagship killers". Nke ahụ bụ ka na-adịghị nnọọ ezi ihe, ma OnePlus 3 na-a dị nnọọ mma smartphone ọnụ ahịa na-erughị ọkara price nke n'elu rivals.
For your £309 you get a beautiful, well-made metal smartphone, with reasonable battery life, good screen and cameras, and snappy performance. You also get dual-Sim support and 64GB of storage built in. It is easily the best smartphone OnePlus has made.
The biggest complaint of previous OnePlus smartphones was how difficult they were to actually buy, which shouldn’t be the case any more, while the company has worked hard to improve support options.
There’s still a question over the speed of software updates, but for a top-spec smartphone at a mid-range price, you don’t get much better than the OnePlus 3.
Uru: ihe niile na-metal, oké mkpisiaka ihe mmetụta, ezi ákwà ngebichi, ngwa ngwa Nchaji, ezi ese foto, magburu onwe ngosi mmịfe, sọrọ-SIM na sọrọ na nọrọ na njikere, ọnụ ala karịa rivals
Ọghọm: ọ dịghị mbughari batrị, ọ dịghị expandable nchekwa, onye na-adịghị Nchaji si na-abụghị Dash ụgwọ ike ihe nkwụnye, ihuenyo ala nchapụta maka VR
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