- Jun 15, 2010
I never really looked at OnePlus phones. I just took a look and they are priced very well. I agree, the P4s should have been similar or maybe just $100 more. But I can't find a small OnePlus like 5" display. Everything seems 6+ (is that the reason for the name Plus?) I presume you meant the iPhone 11 Pro above but even now it's $1000 vs $599 (discounted) for the P4. Same size and just a little better than the P4 that's a lot of moolah to be throwing Apple's way. And here's the kicker. Apple will give you trade-in but only for an iPhone. I mean really guys? At the Google store they have trade-in values for every phone including iPhone. If they would have given me even $200 for my 3a with a BF deal of $200 off then it would have been a coin toss vs. the P4. Perhaps one day if Google keeps this battery as tiny as it is. 3800 minimum for the P5 and 4300 for the P5 XL. Then it's a horse race. Oh yeah, give us a wide angle too so we can shut up all the trolls.Oh I agree with you [emoji817] with Samsung devices. My in-laws got Note 10+ 5G phones on a BOGO deal and while messing around with it, I totally don't miss their software. What's up with there app drawer NOT being alphabetical by default and they dumb down things like the screen resolution and the photo/video resolutions by default as well.
Problem is Google priced 4 XL okay versus the iPhone 11 Pro Max but the 4 is overpriced versus the 11. And overall, they didn't take into account someone like OnePlus which, by the numbers, is a better deal. The only thing that OnePlus does weaker than Pixel phones is the camera and it's not that far behind. That's why I keep reiterating it should've been price close to OnePlus prices but Google being Google, they priced it "cheaper" than Samsung and Apple.
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