- Ki Cost-effective Score9.3
- Kimovil reviewPros
- Curved screen
- Charging Speed
- No Wireless charging
- No water and dust protection
- Bloatware on system
- Camera quality
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 11%Less than a day
- 20%One day
- 49%More than one day
- 20%Two days or more
- 20%It comes with a clean operating system
- 78%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 2%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Once a year
- 22%Every six months
- 76%Every two months or less
- Like the OnePlus site says, a premium phone for less than others.
It's a phone that will satisfy your needs if you aren't extremely demanding, especially for the price. I am upgrading from a ROG phone 3. The quality of the screen is infinitely better, as well as the cameras. The gaming software isn't as good though and you have to manually kill it after exiting games or it will keep on running in the background.
The phone can easily last for a day with average use (social media, youtube) at the max screen settings. It also does not overheat as much as the ROG 3, although you shouldn't force it on games that much. As always, your main gaming device should be a pc or a console, or use an active cooler to keep the temps low.
Color OS (Oxygen) 13 isn't as bad as some people say, it's only visually different to the stock Oxygen of the OP7 pro for example.
As for the camera, I don't care about it lol, I rarely take photos, but it is good overall.
And for a quick last note: not all apps support 120hz and you have to manually edit a settings fike to bypass it. To do this:
1. Download SetEdit APK (not available on playstore) and give it all permissions
2. Search for the line called "peak refresh rate" and change it from 120.00001 to 60.0.
Keep in mind that you have to do this again if you restart the phone of if you change the setting from the settings app.Pros
- Little to no undesired apps that you can always uninstall
- Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
- WQHD+ @120Hz screen
- A camera, not as good as an iPhone, but just right
- The best haptic feedback motors in a phone
- 5 years of major Androis updates
- The merging with ColorOS isn't bad at all bad but I prefer stock android
- Currently there are not much custom ROMS to flash
- You have to kill OnePlus games app after exiting
- Higt performance phone
Has China version whit OxygenOS using in Europe. Till now has no problem whit region lock issue. Work smooth every day. Can use it for two days till needed to be charge, whitch is so fast ,dont need wirless.
Makes so nice picture, at night they arent so good as expect (compare to my Mi 11 PRO) but overall can fight whit top photophones, and in some aspect (due to reviews) beat them.
Disappointment for me is customizing OS as should be on Miui ( themes, icons style, hate that small bubble caller id, can't use full screen and dont want to use third part apk) but not proof enought yet so maybe Im wrong
Oneplus has some problems in new update whit fast battery drain, have to stay on old version, hope they will fix it.
Good think is they promised 4 years OS support.
Overall China version is good purchasePros
- cost effective
- fast charging
- customizing theme
- battery should be better optimalized for draining
- drop resistant, primary back cover
- Another global ROM phone I tried.
Nice design and back by making the camera position round despite same camera design as OnePlus 10 pro and 10T but rounded. Gaming wise, is excellent.
However, the phone is region locked even if it's global ROM in which I later refund it to the seller in which I requested to try out for a brief period of time and I later owned OnePlus 10 pro (256GB EU global and 512GB Global ROM units).
Pardon me as I initially put rating 10 for all. But I drop the rating due to phone region locked.Pros
- Camera sensor and types are good compared to 50+8+2 set up
- 2K display
- Very fast charging
- Flagship processor.
- When can you give me wireless charging?
- Region locked even when flashed with global ROM.
- 16MP selfie camera. Too common.
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- 8.9 Design & Materials
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- 8.4 Camera
- 9.3 Connectivity
- 8.1 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.