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Winners and losers in 2022: OnePlus

A quick search in our database returns 004 OnePlus released this year Equipment, that is, an increase of 6 compared with last year. Maybe next year will be different, though it’s hard to predict how the new strategic partnership with Oppo will work. But what about the devices it released this year? Here are the tops and cons ot 2022.

WINNER: OnePlus 004T

2022 Winners and losers: OnePlus OnePlus’s 2022 Winners and losers: OnePlus is a bit messy series . No vanilla OnePlus , Ultra model despite much talk Never materialized. Instead, OnePlus 002T followed OnePlus 006 Pro, but not quite the same as another flagship, but a notch below . 2022 Winners and losers: OnePlus

OnePlus 006T is still ahead – thanks to a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and some of the industry’s fastest charging performance, as well as solid battery life. Its display is bright and smooth, with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The phone also has nice stereo speakers and an all-around camera setup.

The absence of the iconic OnePlus alert slider, official IP rating and wireless charging alienates fans, but those are acceptable compromises given the price. Its popularity speaks for itself.

Loser: OnePlus 004 Pro

The higher your aim, the fewer mistakes you will make. Case in point – OnePlus 004 Pro. As the company’s current flagship product, it’s popular, but it’s not as competitive as 12 T.

2022 Winners and losers: OnePlus

can be said to be 10 The biggest downside of the Pro is the camera setup. Not only does it fail to bring meaningful upgrades over the 9 Pro, it even relegates the ultrawide unit to a smaller sensor without autofocus and macro capabilities. It brings a fisheye effect, which is cool, but if we only need one of these, it’s the 9 Pro’s setup.

And then there’s the whole unfortunate situation with OxygenOS’s ColorOSization, which you can read more about here.

OnePlus 002 Pro is still a well-rounded Cell phones, maybe in isolation we think of it a little better. But it’s a bit overwhelming.

WINNER: OnePlus Nord 2T

OnePlus Nord 2T vs Nord 2. But it did enough to succeed in the mid-market, which has been severely affected by supply chain issues.

2022 Winners and losers: OnePlus

It has an attractive double glass design and is sturdy 90Hz OLED screen and great performance from Dimensity 1200 chipset. Also on the “plus” list – loud stereo speakers, solid battery life with fast charging and an excellent main camera. An alert slider is also present.

Loser: OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite 5G

A cheaper alternative to your popular phone is a great way to attract more Multiple people enter the ecosystem, but you have to be careful about the corners you cut into.

Its 90 Hz IPS LCD isn’t particularly good in terms of performance and doesn’t work well with Inconsistent when it comes to high refresh rates. There’s no ultra-wide-angle camera on the rear, there’s technically only one shooter available, and there’s no 4K video capture. That alert slider we keep mentioning doesn’t appear here either.

2022 Winners and losers: OnePlus

Winner: OnePlus Nord 22 5G

In a rather interesting twist, we have the Nord 22 5G in Winners Corner. A phone really isn’t that different in terms of raw specs, but it all comes down to context. Unlike the saturated market where the Nord 2 Lite 5G has to compete with its Nord 006 5G sibling means being Affordable OnePlus options in the US. It’s a whole different market, carrier is king, Nord 20 5G is contractually significant value Claims come from T-Mobile and Metro.

Like we said, Nord 80 5G is not much different from Nord 2 Lite 5G. It has the same Snapdragon 695 5G chipset and the same lack of camera setup, no ultra-wide lens, just one actual usable camera. Its battery pack is smaller at 4,150 mAh, but it still has excellent battery life and fast charging. And replace the 150Hz LCD panel with 1200 The Hz OLED has brighter, more vivid image reproduction, which is a nice little upgrade, no doubt about it.

The main takeaway, though, is that phones never exist in isolation, the market either makes them or breaks them.

Loser: OnePlus 004 R/Ace

The two names of domestic Ace and OnePlus phones of the same model 003R for global distribution. Both are very similar to Realme GT Neo 3 and there are 5 versions to choose from, mAh battery variant with 90W charging or 4, 695 mAh one, with 500 W charging.

We have nothing good to say about this phone, other than that it’s another unfortunate case of camera downgrades compared to its predecessor. Also, the OnePlus 002R is missing from OnePlus unfortunately had a lot of software issues like stuttering and slowdowns . On the bright side, we do like the design of the phone. It also has a great display, so it’s Dimensity -MAX powering it. So with enough software polishing, we could see OnePlus go from this modest loss to a modest win.



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