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They can still sell at wholesale type price, and we (consumers) aren't paying for ad long of a supply chain. I can only get i OS through an i Phone or i Pad, Android OEMs are abundant. I'm not entirely sure I would marry one, so you may be a stronger man than me.
The Samsung comparison is fine though, in fact I'd take the 1+3 over it due to the metal frame (shattered every glass phone I've owned, including 3 i Phone 4ses) and the extra RAM. Not that their occupations made me insecure or that I thought they were bad people, it just created a lot of complications.
Still, I wish optimization came before spec bumps (6 gigs? But God d*** The visuals very nearly made it all worth it.
That said, I am curious as to where exactly they are saving money.
I'm assuming it has to be from either intellectual expenditures or labor, and marketing.
The savings have to be coming from somewhere unless Oppo is just footing the difference.
It seems to me that they cut out the middle man (carriers and/or retailers) and sell direct to consumers. This comparison isn't exactly optimal for one reason.
So here are the prices of those models compared to the price of the One Plus 3: You can, of course, argue - and rightfully - that those devices have some premium features like 3D Touch and Live Photos on the i Phone, and the curved screen with Edge UX, as well as higher quality AMOLED display on the S7 Edge, but all in all they are still in the same league. Well to put that into perspective, the Galaxy Note 4 came out with 4.4.4, got the 5.0.1 update and now 6.0.1.
Yes, One Plus has a better track record of updates. The One started on Kit Kat and now is on Marshmallow. There is a difference between no updates and slow updates. But yes were dealing with a phone which is priced much lower than the note flagship of 2014.
So gotta give props to OPO for that Not really, it's moreso that they have completely different methods of making money.
Samsung makes money off their hardware, one plus makes money from their services and other products. One plus wants to sell their devices as cheaply as they can, and Samsung wants to actually make a profit of their devices. One plus makes their money from services and other products they sell as opposed to their phones, as far as I can tell.