This same "community" also claims that since OnePlus didn't do a good job on the OP2 (and thus supposedly selling fewer units), therefore, OnePlus isn't obligated (or even as a courtesy) to provide promised software updates to the phone.konfusion666 wrote: ↑Jun 30th, 2017 3:43 pmWhat I find hilarious is the "fanboy" contingent that OnePlus seems to attract.
For example, on the OnePlus subreddit, I'm seeing quite a few posters say that they upgraded from an S8 to an OP5, and they're still going to keep their OP5 even though JELLY SCREEN is now confirmed.
Can you believe that? "Upgrading" from a high-quality 1440x2960 screen to a shitty Pentile 1080p, and they STILL defend the phone, even though it's now confirmed that the display was mounted upside-down? WTF?
Disclaimer: I am an OP3 owner, I am allowed to criticize my own "community"
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