What Happened to OnePlus?

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Marques Brownlee

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It is possible to outgrow your original intentions.
OnePlus and enthusiast brands vs their inevitable change...
You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain
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Sismodium
Sismodium 29 minutit tagasi
I love this video! Great video and well put. Thank you.
Randy Farrell
Randy Farrell 6 tundi tagasi
The point is as an enthusiast, you can’t expect ANY company that is enthusiast focused to sustain it self in the long run, because enthusiasts are probably less than 1% of total sales. Sales are what keep EVERY. SINGLE. BUSINESS. well... in business. It’s not what YOU want, it’s what does EVERYONE want as a whole that keeps things moving along. This is why Apple and Samsung are such strong players in this market. It’s also why Essential failed, as great as they were, and when someone would ask what phone I had, they had NEVER heard of the company.
Jared Gent
Jared Gent 8 tundi tagasi
would you say you like oneplus better than oppo? or are they just the exact same phone with different branding? (question open to everyone I want to hear your opinions)
Garrett Reven
Garrett Reven 11 tundi tagasi
My first "real" smartphone, and was sold from the get-go... then they got rid of the aux jack 2 phones is all they'll sell me for awhile
nick faust
nick faust 15 tundi tagasi
What does he mean by enthusiast
Yorka Seona
Yorka Seona 13 tundi tagasi
Somone who is interested in tech/smartphones
Darren
Darren 17 tundi tagasi
I've actually had both an oppo (Find 7) and now currently have a OnePlus 7 pro. I do genuinely love the brands and their products, and genuinely can't wait for the 9 pro launch. I've always been a fan of specs more than name and always enjoy looking for the phones no one really knows of but are "flagship killers" Great vid as always though
Slow Hand
Slow Hand 21 tund tagasi
I bought the Nord last year and only few weeks later One+ changed their support strategy for the OS - so finally I sorted out One+... I'm done with it!
The DraftAttack
The DraftAttack Päev tagasi
Great vid!
Angie Yao
Angie Yao Päev tagasi
I really like my 5T but the battery life is going. The 5T was the best bang for its buck of its time, what would be the best bang for the buck nowadays?
A R
A R Päev tagasi
You never go back once you get a OnePlus. Even their "budget" phones nowadays are still ridiculously good.
LeJimster
LeJimster Päev tagasi
Im still using my One+1 with LineageOS. The hardware is plenty fast for my needs. It was indeed a flagship killer for it's time. But as they slowly released more phones the price creep has made them look less and less attractive as a viable upgrade.
Delbert Kopplin
Delbert Kopplin Päev tagasi
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Edenjung
Edenjung Päev tagasi
And i am here watching this Video on my pre-owned oneplus 3T Just having bought a Used 5T 😉
Boris Kiseliov
Boris Kiseliov Päev tagasi
Watching this on my 5T . I can honestly say, that i see no reason to replace it. It replaced HTC One M8 and still holds battery charge very well and only got charging jack replaced. Which was super easy, barely an inconvenience.
Julián Valdez
Julián Valdez 2 päeva tagasi
Honestly I'm just disappointed that OS updates have slowed down quite a bit. Moved into 1+ in hopes of getting snappy OS updates, but even that much was a bit too much to ask.
hajokhun 2
hajokhun 2 2 päeva tagasi
Me on my one plus nord n10 5g 👀
Big Basher
Big Basher 2 päeva tagasi
3:21 3:25 So this is where you stash away all your smartphones. Now I know where to head to when I'm in your office.
Skedge
Skedge 2 päeva tagasi
i just want a headphone jack man...
pawel jan stensgaard jensen
pawel jan stensgaard jensen 2 päeva tagasi
Hell yes
ParisLondonRoma
ParisLondonRoma 2 päeva tagasi
OnePlus is a brand of BBK Electronics Corporation. Other BBK brands are Oppo, Vivo, Realme, iQOO. So money spent on OnePlus and Oppo go to the same place and BBK is #2 mobile seller in the world behind Samsung. You can drop the OnePlus brand you are no longer happy with, and move to Oppo brand and still be buying from BBK. For me, I just see all the Chinese brands as mercantilist, CCP phones built by quasi slave labor. I go with LG who takes pride in building mostly in S Korea (although they have moved some fabs to Vietnam, Malaysia etc)
Dee Haxor
Dee Haxor 3 päeva tagasi
word
Sriram G
Sriram G 3 päeva tagasi
Redmi Note series! This series barely fails!! One or two series...but jumps right back on! Value for money and goes toe to toe with Upper Mid Range... Also, Mi Flagship! Those beasts come for below ₹700
Dave's Unbranded
Dave's Unbranded 3 päeva tagasi
I started with my 6t and after years with it, I finally thought I would get another phone. I tried some other phone and lasted 1 day with some LG that was featureless compared to a 3-year-old 6t. No face ID was a huge deal and it was slow as molasses. I ended up getting an 8 pro and tbh, it is not a crazy upgrade. I could have saved myself $$$ and stuck with the 6t. The greatest improvement is the larger better screen. I honestly would not be able to live without the faceid and fingerprint scan that was amazing in the 6t and way ahead of its times. The charging with the warp charging was amazing for its day.
Blazej jeka
Blazej jeka 3 päeva tagasi
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itsin_ playz
itsin_ playz 3 päeva tagasi
you have so many phones. lol may i have one. lol
poopy snkrs
poopy snkrs 3 päeva tagasi
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Austin Vickers
Austin Vickers 3 päeva tagasi
When he opened up that cabinet... weird flex but okay
Incognito
Incognito 3 päeva tagasi
This is partially true considering they abandoned all their key principles, which wasn't necessary
David Rowlands
David Rowlands 3 päeva tagasi
I have a OnePlus 7 Pro and love it. When I'm asked what phone I have, I say "OnePlus 7 Pro". 8 out of 10 times the response I get is "Is that a Samsung?".
Keval Main
Keval Main 3 päeva tagasi
Loved the video
Ozil Smith
Ozil Smith 3 päeva tagasi
Me watching this on my 1+6 still recommending this phone to everybody after having it for +2 years: 🥺
Ren Zhang
Ren Zhang 12 tundi tagasi
Still rocking the 1+3, 5 years strong
Al-ameen A. Abdullateef
Al-ameen A. Abdullateef 23 tundi tagasi
Same!!!. One + 6T. Got me stuck with this brand for ever. Let's see when I stop being an enthusiast.
awesome awesome
awesome awesome Päev tagasi
@Juul Schepers I use it to play competitive pubgm and face frame drops quite a lot.
Juul Schepers
Juul Schepers Päev tagasi
@awesome awesome why?
awesome awesome
awesome awesome 2 päeva tagasi
I m using 6t . It's trash. -_-
Aaron
Aaron 4 päeva tagasi
I still like OnePlus. Had the One back in 2014, then a few shitty phones in between and now I'm on the OnePlus Nord and pretty happy with it.
my name is untitled
my name is untitled 4 päeva tagasi
Nemesis left fnatic so sales dropped abysmally low
Razvan Constantin
Razvan Constantin 4 päeva tagasi
Got to catch them all! Had 5t 6t 7t love it ! Made amazing videos and photos, visuals anything with this phone. Price is right, amazing specs, never settle!
Debajit B
Debajit B 4 päeva tagasi
Nice informative video.
captiantim1
captiantim1 4 päeva tagasi
Outstanding insight 😉
Jessica Hart
Jessica Hart 4 päeva tagasi
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Farhan Hasan
Farhan Hasan 5 päeva tagasi
watching on OP 7 Pro
bellyom
bellyom 5 päeva tagasi
I have decided not to buy anything that is made in China because of what they are doing to the ethnic minorities and Hong Kong. It's a matter of principle for me .
vmbo
vmbo 5 päeva tagasi
Enthusiasts move from new brand to new brand.
Gabriel Guerro
Gabriel Guerro 5 päeva tagasi
One + can you send some phones for testing, to Hispanic world
Michael Blunk
Michael Blunk 5 päeva tagasi
Little disappointed you didn't mention at all CyanogenMod dropping OnePlus, which fundamentally changed how OnePlus phones software was developed.
Rotten Soul
Rotten Soul 5 päeva tagasi
don't be a fan boy! you got me with that 😭
pol g
pol g 6 päeva tagasi
Watching this from my one plus 3😏
lass1234
lass1234 6 päeva tagasi
It's getting so expensive period.
iceshira
iceshira 6 päeva tagasi
I have the op7t pro...one of the more bulkier phones...not too happy with it
Mark Merlino
Mark Merlino 6 päeva tagasi
Isn't that quote from Spider Man 1?
Patrick Krott
Patrick Krott 6 päeva tagasi
I had a OnePlus 6T for like 2 days and kept having issues with the microphone levels being too low. Sent that POS back and got a Pixel instead. I hate when companies add shells to the existing OS. The core Android OS is just fine as it is, no need to spruce it up and create instability.
Caren Shawnee
Caren Shawnee 6 päeva tagasi
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SSS
SSS 6 päeva tagasi
Yes, another Red Chinese brand.
Ariff mustafar
Ariff mustafar 6 päeva tagasi
can u sell ur 6t to me..plis?
John Wong
John Wong 6 päeva tagasi
Actually, vivo and OPPO are independent corporations, and OPPO owes oneplus and realme.
LostInChina
LostInChina 6 päeva tagasi
Had an oppo. It was alright but ColorOS installed random bloatware after updates and they pretty much bricked the phone with their update to Android 10. I loved the S7, so went back to Samsung for the S21 and do not regret it one bit
Sherica Smith
Sherica Smith 6 päeva tagasi
*As I watch this on my OnePlus 6T*
Kiki Lang
Kiki Lang 6 päeva tagasi
I thought you were going to say, "I'm Batman" in that Oneplus came out of no where, and kick ass, then got old, and died.
Arron
Arron 7 päeva tagasi
Get a Moto g if you want a budget killer
Yang Sun Tsukuda
Yang Sun Tsukuda 7 päeva tagasi
I May Not Be A Fanboy Of A Phone Manufacturing Company, But Damn I'm A Fanboy Of A Qualcomm...😬
Seedless Bangus
Seedless Bangus 7 päeva tagasi
thats why i didnt purchase any oneplus any more 🤣 ive been using my oneplus5 since 2017 and the other reason my wallet refuses to buy one 🤣
Josh Gaylord
Josh Gaylord 7 päeva tagasi
Just wanted to say, the Nord N10 is still the best phone I've ever been able to afford and it makes every other offering at the price I picked it up for look hilariously old and slow.
Total2Gamerz
Total2Gamerz 7 päeva tagasi
I ve ordered one two days ago, definetly exited to get it, i ve used my asus zenfone 3 for ages and now after almost 5 years it s dying , and the only thing that i care about that has changed in these years is the high refresh rate screens, and the nord n10 looks like one of the best options without having a stupid high price
Atlas Network
Atlas Network 7 päeva tagasi
Their build quality was horrendous, and when they fell apart, there was no support for them. Typical chinese stuff.
ginnayyyy
ginnayyyy 7 päeva tagasi
I had the plus5 and I feel like it's really straying away from it's original mission...will probably no longer be buying oneplus here on out
ツchipodle
ツchipodle 7 päeva tagasi
"Dont be a fan of the company" Me watching this from my OnePlus 8: 😭
Jourden Sand
Jourden Sand 8 päeva tagasi
I wish HTC One series will make a comeback someday
Drip N Rip
Drip N Rip 8 päeva tagasi
I do enjoy this type of video. I am one of the original One Plus customers. I bought my One Plus One (1+1) right after they first came out. I'm not a heavy cell phone user so I actually still use this phone. I never changed away from the Cyanogen operating system and now it's too late to try. So I've had this phone since 2014 (I know - crazy to be using a 7 year old product) but it's always been flawless and I bought the 64 G version and still have 40% of my memory available. So.. here's the deal.. I want to hopefully repeat my positive experience with One Plus and am considering the 8T. It's currently on sale at the One Plus USA site for $749 with 12 G / 256 G memory / 120 Hz fluid display / full charge capabilities w/I 38 mins / 48 mp camera etc... I realize that $749 isn't the same as the $399 I paid in 2014... but correct me if I'm way off base.. this seems like a killer deal to me. If I could purchase a comparably speced iPhone for that kind of money but I would be surprised if Apple 's latest greatest $1200 special even equals the performance of the 8T. (Or is so mind numbingly superior that I can somehow convince myself to part with an additional $500 just to more easily mate with my IPad Pro 11". In my mind, today's (2021) $749 isn't greatly different than 2014's $399. (Remember McDonald's 50 cent cheeseburgers?) Your thoughts?
Deepak Kumar
Deepak Kumar 8 päeva tagasi
great presentation man. thx
Umaymah Abdullahi
Umaymah Abdullahi 8 päeva tagasi
Loved this. I've been a fan of One Plus since the One Plus2 for me and I currently have a One Plus 7T. Marcus explained the issues perfectly and personally, I'm not disappointed because I feel the company did what it had to do to stay in business. I try to upgrade every couple of years so I guess I'll hold out for the One Plus 9 but one thing for sure, I'll always be a fan.
Isak s
Isak s 8 päeva tagasi
I have the OnePlus 7Pro and I love it
SnoepoX
SnoepoX 8 päeva tagasi
From Oneplus for many years to Poco X3 nfc lol
White Glass
White Glass 8 päeva tagasi
Yeah I like these types of history oriented videos. Makes sense to consider other options when it comes down to weighed in upgrades or things you're looking for when newer technology comes out, taking price into consideration, uniqueness of the product due to the fact that it isn't the most popular choice but is still kind of up there.
Omar Hashim
Omar Hashim 9 päeva tagasi
Amazing reveiw
random af
random af 9 päeva tagasi
Marques, I think you wore your shirt front side back.
WwHhIiTtEe
WwHhIiTtEe 9 päeva tagasi
I think this Video is really good and a lot of true things and i love OnePlus since the beginning, BUT i think OnePlus is still the best Phone not for the Buck but overall for me the best and aswell they are still "cheap" compared to Samsung and Apple and as you said with the North they have the cheap version (again). More buts because one Phone a year would be better for the Phones and Customers maybe not for OnePlus but for everyone else. It feels like that the normal Versions aren't finished and that the T Version ist the real Phone as they would like it. Maybe im wrong thats just how it feels.
Arpan Biswas
Arpan Biswas 9 päeva tagasi
make more videos like these please so i can stop overthinking about these
zeezeebo
zeezeebo 9 päeva tagasi
And the price was great then
Descript O
Descript O 9 päeva tagasi
Okay but a flagship killer should be dragging the flagships closer to them, not drifting closer to the flagships. That being said, at the end of the OnePlus legacy, they've failed as a flagship killer and will simply be another branding label that drifts off into irrelevancy. And I'm typing this as a five year OP owner. My next phone will likely not be a OnePlus as it has drifted too far away from any form of redeeming characteristic and is just another soulless phone that isn't the best at anything and has lost its credibility as a loyal or honorable company. While they produce a fine product, that can be said about just about any other company in it's bracket. Not only for those reasons but also because they have too many options (no focus) and if I'm going to be forced to pick between sacrifices in my phone, I might as well consider every other option available to me from other companies. Once I'm forced to do that, OnePlus really doesn't have anything on the table for me. It was convenient to have a phone that was a pretty clear option for my price point and my personal needs in technology. It's no longer convenient to wade through varying degrees of technological sacrifice at price points that mimick the industry standard. Bad move for OnePlus. They're not relevant enough to be ditching their "enthusiasts" right now. They had a big boom in India and China however, those customers weren't loyalists. They'll hop on the next big underdogs phone and OnePlus will be left trying to redeem it's brand.
myke marcelo
myke marcelo 8 päeva tagasi
It's hard to be on a place or state being called a flagship killer at these days as any company grows popularity and success users would always expect the same price of its older device to its newer device. The smartphone market is getting more competitive as technology is rapidly growing. There wouldnt be a company with success that would be staying branded as a "flagship killer" for the rest of its existence
265_Dhruv Puthawala
265_Dhruv Puthawala 10 päeva tagasi
Hey
gabriel silviu
gabriel silviu 10 päeva tagasi
Good job
vmaniac
vmaniac 10 päeva tagasi
Hahaha you're phone is practically Oppo, mamang Marques lol
the normal one
the normal one 10 päeva tagasi
This kinda happened with Apple too. When they started in the 70s they were like the underdog rebeling against IBM and now they are everywhere
Mark Falsing
Mark Falsing 10 päeva tagasi
Any business is in the market to make as much money as possible
Jens Josefsson
Jens Josefsson 10 päeva tagasi
OP is so overrated. Had op 6 at work and it was a pain to use.
Vivek Sharma
Vivek Sharma 10 päeva tagasi
I still think no one can touch OnePlus in performance to price ratio
Adam Rain
Adam Rain 10 päeva tagasi
My whole family managed to snag Oneplus Ones. We were getting fed up with the rising cost of the new Samsung Galaxy phones and when Oneplus was saying their phone was just as good for half the price, we all jumped ship. I went from a Samsung Galaxy S Epic, to the Oneplus One, and currently have a Oneplus 5, looking to upgrade to the 8 pro or maybe whatever the 9 will look like
Kunsh Anand
Kunsh Anand 10 päeva tagasi
Oneplus one still has its charm, that sandstone back, I still love it and have it in my collection!
Ples Robertson
Ples Robertson 10 päeva tagasi
Thank you for the short history of OnePlus. Also I use one plus I like it because it's a good phone and I feel like it is or has the possibility of becoming a flagship phone in the future and might even pass up galaxies. They are heading in that direction I feel like. And I can't wait to see what phone comes out later this year. Because that's probably the phone I'm going to upgrade to I currently have the seven or pro 7 or whatever it's called. I hope you cover their new phone that comes out later this year.
korrick green
korrick green 11 päeva tagasi
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aSAD Hollow
aSAD Hollow 11 päeva tagasi
OnePlus skywalker eventually became Darth plus
Oleh
Oleh 11 päeva tagasi
After the latest update my google pay stopped working? Anyone encountered this issue? Oneplus 6t here
1nt3rl0ck
1nt3rl0ck 11 päeva tagasi
thats why i got the 7 flat and kept it so far
Paulo Andoni
Paulo Andoni 11 päeva tagasi
Sssssssssssssss
Mr Hussain
Mr Hussain 11 päeva tagasi
Like that classic intro style and music ! + Quality Vid on OnePlus, dam nostalgia!
ermocrate
ermocrate 11 päeva tagasi
I think their spirit continues to live in the sub-top phone, I love my OnePlus (non pro) 8, great package for half the cost of a flagship.
kyufail
kyufail 12 päeva tagasi
This explains my feelings so well. I've been a huge fan of oneplus, heck I'm typing this on my 4 year old 3T. I love it to bits. But i did notice their recent phones aren't as appealing as they used to be. And they kept vomiting one phone after another. Still hoping great things from them. Kinda sad if i have to move on to another phone brand.
Delbert Kopplin
Delbert Kopplin 12 päeva tagasi
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R. P.
R. P. 12 päeva tagasi
Boycott Oneplus (china🤬)
Larry Bentley
Larry Bentley 12 päeva tagasi
Owned a 7pro, have a One Plus 8. Still very good phones for what I paid for them. Some of the features such a facial recognition I am absolutely impressed with. A bit more then I wanted to pay for sure but you get what you pay for. That coupled with their update cycle, something that was non-existent when I used Samsung, and no buyers remorse here.
Jacob Baranowski
Jacob Baranowski 12 päeva tagasi
4:37 dam you have so many phones a hole closet dam
Rachel Noffke
Rachel Noffke 12 päeva tagasi
You forgot the reaction: Me: I have a OnePlus 7 Them: lol so it's an 8? Me:..... Them: cus... the one plus 7 equals 8, hehe Me: ...ah, yes.
Liz Kund
Liz Kund 12 päeva tagasi
Much enjoyed!
Chuck Norres
Chuck Norres 12 päeva tagasi
Too bad where i live all these brands dont sell to us we mostly get apple and samsung
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