[Video] OnePlus 9 Pro Review – Camera ClickBait?



My review of the OnePlus 9 Pro. The Hasselblad camera system compared against the Samsung S21 Ultra, iPhone 12 Pro.

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29 Comments on “[Video] OnePlus 9 Pro Review – Camera ClickBait?”

  1. If you really want to build a phone that would live up to the hype etc. Samsung and Apple should have a baby. Hardware=Samsung Software=Apple 🔥🔥🔥

  2. It is SO hard to justify premium phones these days, when there is nothing in them that drastically improves real life use cases (in comparison to 200-300$-devices). I use my phone for everyday camera-snapshots, some youtube, discord, instagram, video chat, calls and messaging. My current Moto One Vision, although old, is perfectly suitable for those tasks. I do awesome photography with it, videos turn out really great as well (either 4K30fps or 1080p60fps). The premium ones really only offers slight improvements that doesn't make sense price-wise. With these powerful chips, manufacturers need to become serious in making the devices dockable "desktop computer replacements" and not just "commercial service providers" using Android. Once I can use my phone as a proper Linux computer. Then I am willing to pay 900$+ for a device. And no, Samsung NEX isn't good enough… it's just a desktop skin for android. It doesn't satisfy the productivity needs of a desktop user.

  3. I've always been an Android user, for the most part because I couldn't afford an iPhone, but I acknowledge the fact that it's been cool to witness the development of the smartphone industry in the last decade. Now though, my feeling is that the field is too level, the design too similar, the product too "commoditized" to be impressed by the majority of new proposals. Folding phones are nice bits of tech, but I'm not still entirely sure about them being a way to forcedly squeeze some more drops of innovation too keep up the interest or just plainly useful objects. OnePlus is in the middle of a creative crisis right now and it shows, but it's not their fault and they're not alone. It's no surprise that the iPhone is on the up on the other hand, because the competitive advantage of an integrated environment really seems the only one to have left, and the most difficult to offset by any competitor.

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