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OnePlus 5T 6GB 64GB - AU$634 / US$481 Shipped @ Banggood

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Model OnePlus 5T (6GB+64GB)
Band 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
CDMA EVDO: BC0
3G: WCDMA: B1/2/4/5/8
TD-SCDMA B34/39
4G: FDD-LTE B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/18/19/20/25/26/28/29/30/66
TDD-LTE B34/38/39/40/41
[===Not Sure Your Network ?===] [==Will My Phone Work ?==]
Sim Card Dual SIM dual standby, Dual nano-SIM slot
Style Bar
Color Black
Shell Material Anodized Aluminum
System
OS OxygenOS based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat
CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 (Octa-core, 10nm, up to 2.45GHz)
GPU Adreno 540
ROM 64GB UFS 2.1 2-LANE
RAM 6GB LPDDR4X
Card Extend Not support
Screen
Display Size 6.01 Inch
Type AMOLED Capacitive screen, 2.5D Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5,
401ppi, Support sRGB, DCI-P3
Resolution 1080 x 2160 pixels

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  • +1 vote

    Banggood has my order for three months and always told me my ordered item is on backorder. Now the order was canceled. I have to go through Paypal to get my money back. what a headache.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks for the feedback. If someone else can also post third experience with banggood. I can close the thread.

    • +2 votes

      I have bought plenty of items from Banggood. Never had a problem with them.

      One item was pre order, but was delayed. They offered that I could wait (and get extra points) or get a refund. I waited a few more weeks but it was still unavailable so asked for a refund and got it straight away (within a few days I think)
      All pleasant and worked well, no problems. I've never had to go through pay pal.

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        How lucky you are, I have my order on Sep 09 2017, and Banggod has replied me in Paypal on 14 December "we will accept your refund request asap to complete refund; You are guaranteed to get your money back sooner than the original timeframe of 20-30 days in Non-receipt PayPal case flow. " Their origianl timeframe for refund is "20~30" days. I just wish they can process it ASAP.

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          Maybe I am lucky but just saying what's happened for me.
          All was good.

          I did message the rep here though maybe that might help you.

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          @PVA: thanks PVA, I just feel angry with they don't treat regular customer well when something happened.

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          @Unity55:
          I must add I have never bought something expensive. The dearest was an Android box for about $40.

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        I have 15 orders from Banggood in one year time. I have average spend over $50. My last order is over $300. I don't have any problem with them before this pre-sale event. They will never send it out and they will hold your money.

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    I have recently filed a PayPal dispute with lightinthebox. I guess all these HK sellers pretty much have same reputation.

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    How come One Plus stopped selling in Australia? Any one know why.

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      I'm guessing here with a background in marketing and distribution:

      Import cost and regulations. Getting things into Australia can be a painfully slow and expensive process. Especially brining large volumes of electronic goods (QA and Safety etc).

      Which might explain why we're so behind with pretty much a lot of things compared to all the market leader countries.

      Other reason could be they're still in negotiation with stock from JB, Harvey, Bing etc because they all know the demand for this phone.

      Also usually Chinese products are quite disjointed in their organisation/marketing/logistics/chain supply. Not having proper expertise in global launching - they're learning and making it up as they go considering they haven't been around as long as the other established brands. Industry from China are good at copying/counterfeiting, it's their forte but everything else is pretty meh…

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        Import regs are definitely a factor, but the 'bloody China' excuse doesn't fly here on its own.

        It's a combination of import costs, extra modem costs/sourcing and the cost of penetrating the Australian market (media traction tends to have a much more limited impact and OnePlus have a smaller ad budget, while Xiaomi don't advertise).

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          They don't advertise here.

          Most of Xiaomi's international stock is driven by consumer content/media. Which is a smart way to penetrate the marketing.

          I wouldn't be surprised their marketing budget allows sendouts to key influencers to generate a buzz.

          What do you mean by bloody China excuse?

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          @compound: Xiaomi didn't advertise at all until late last year.

          'Bloody China' as in, best practice is on the cheap. No worse than the rest of Asia in this regard, though corruption is definitely a concern.

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          @jasswolf: There can be some amazing products coming from there but there's a big number are doing so without an industry standard for quality control. There's a reason why the stereotype/ status quo exist, there's some if not a lot of truth in it.

          Off topic but when I went to Shenzhen for 2 months visting and living in the factories, I only saw shoddy factories. Would love to see a quality one in action though!

          A lot of the stuff that we buy from Aliexpress or from cheap chinese online stores are probably laced with poisonous metals because I know the ones that I visited had zero care about contamination and their waste program was disgraceful.

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    No Oreo on a $600 phone?

  • +1 vote

    FYI: new SD845 chip & array of new bezel-less phones are comming. why buy now?

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      you dont have to but budget concious like me would prefer this. 835 to 845 is all marketing shil.

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        Leaked benchmarks suggest the SD845 will be as powerful (multi-core wise) as the A11 Bionic at the same clock speed, so it's not really BS.

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          but then the question do we need more power and better hardware or do we need better software implementation around that hardware. If HTC HD2 is still able to run Oreo considering it only had mere specs the overall user GUI is more important and its cleanliness when dealing with hardware. Apple is one great example on how clean their software is as compared to android which wants to new hardware to run apps. At the end of the day there is no point having 100k+ score on benchmarks when the phone would only run 6 hours of screen on time.

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          @tids2k: > Apple is one great example on how clean their software is as compared to android which wants to new hardware to run apps.

          Uh OK. Hey did you hear that Apple literally slows down it's old hardware to force users to upgrade?

          Apparently not …

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          @tids2k: Qualcomm have recently opened up driver development more with vendors, so you'll start to see better optimisations going into the future.

          On top of that, the benefits of upgrading to SD845 are privacy and security of user data as well as a GPU capable of decent AR/VR performance. That plus a 30-40% uptick in performance and a 30% uptick in efficiency make it pretty awesome.

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          @Diji1: Exactly that is what I am trying to say here. The software has the capability on running on old hardware. But because the companies want to have more slice of the market they bring up new hardware and as consumers we get more excited thinking newer is better.

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          @jasswolf: @jasswolf that's something my s8 is already capable of. But new hardware do have better scores on benchmark but think about it. Would you want something you can afford or just buy something for a hefty price because they are new. I'm not against you but how the companies exploit consumers in thinking that newer is better. Innovations like bezeless display for example is something that I would be excited about not at what is powering it.

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          @tids2k: It's difficult because the regular consumer doesn't do much research into new hardware vs old hardware and most of the time, yes, newer SOUNDS better. That drives the market which puts the cheaper phones under pressure and we are the ones who cop it!

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      What phones have the SD845 in Australia?

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        At the moment you can get Qualcomm reference models but they are not commercial or consumer products.

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          If they're about to come out like the guy says I might wait. Have they announced any phones with those specs?

    • +1 vote

      That is always the case.
      Yes in 5 months we hit the start of the next 12 month cycle, most of which will start at $1000+

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    Did I miss something? It can be bought from ebay's Vaya shop with 20% off using POWERUP code for $607.2

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    This or mate 10? Any recommendations?

  • +1 vote

    Check comparison video for both here and decide :-)

    https://youtu.be/jwf3vNbKBeA

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    BJHKONEPLUS use this code at gearbest to get 6GB 64GB for $625.

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