experience with one plus 3t
How good is the experience with Ubuntu touch on the one plus 3t?
@martinm hi i just repaired my op3t after a daily driving another phone for a while and i noticed you didnt get an answer,
In my experience it is quite pleasant to use, most functionnalities are implemented (calls, Bluetooth...) and the device is reliable generally speaking, i can list a few things off the top of my head that are buggy/missing :
-camera works on both front and back camera but video recording does not work
-no control of volume in calls
-gps : does work but takes a long time to get a fix so it s hard to rely on it
-the port is based on halium 7.1 so you cant have waydroid running on it
Other than that i dont have much to complain about, i hope it answers you question, let me know if you have a specific question about it
Agreed with @NoelFlantier
Keep in mind the usb-c port is of mediocre quality, best to have it replaced and factor in appr. €35 to get that done before using it as your daily driver. If you have to buy one and in no hurry, you might want to consider the 5/5T or 6/6T. Especially the 6/6T as it is adopted by devs on multiple platforms.
Keep in mind the usb-c port is of mediocre quality, best to have it replaced and factor in appr. €35 to get that done before using it as your daily driver.
I have seen Xiaomi Pocophone F2 Pro owners do it for less!
If you have to buy one and in no hurry, you might want to consider the 5/5T or 6/6T. Especially the 6/6T as it is adopted by devs on multiple platforms.
I thought we only JUST got a decent port for the 5 and 5T and didn't see anything about the 6 or 6T ?!
About the 3T : I think @Moem has a very long and good experience with it ?!
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If you can live without taking video then the only other downside was the need to use a bluetooth keyboard to enter account details. Other than that mine was fine till I moved to a OP5
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I have about one year experience running the OnePlus3 (without t) as a daily driver.
It works with the same caveats @NoelFlantier described, but the port is abandoned and quite honestly I would not recommend getting one to use with Ubuntu Touch. But if you happen to have one already, sure give flashing it a try and maybe you will like it.