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    Default Oppo Find x3, pro

    Since huawei no longer have access to the Google Play store I have been looking for a similar non Samsung Android phone.

    I tried an s20 Ultra, but it was horrible....

    I just got hold of an oppo x3 pro from Harvey Norman. Came with optus app but no branding or lock.

    There is a bonus ' $647 value' pack via redemption from oppo available for the next few days.

    One (1) OPPO Watch 46mm Black

    One (1) OPPO AirVooc Charger

    One (1) OPPO Find X3 Pro Aramid Fibre Case Black



    Working fine on telstra with esim, volte, vowifi, 5g working out of the box.

    Very fast phone, best screen Ive used.

    Camera is very good, but not as good as the p40 pro, 2x optical zoom just doesn't cut it these days.

    Single physical SIM + esim. You can store 5 esim profiles but only one can be active, so true dual SIM, one physical and one active esim profile.

    With telstra, just download the app, login, choose your service and download esim. Up and running in about a minute, had to reboot before volte and vowifi activated.

    Very handy if you lose your phone, just get another one, restore your google backup and download your esim.....

    No need to deal with your provider at all.....

    Note: the oneplus 9 pro is basically the same phone, but different camera and a hardware silent/vibrate switch.

    The oneplus has 65w wireless charging, the oppo 30w, both have 65w wired charging.
    The oppo seems to charge just as fast as the oneplus using the 65w wireless charger......

    The oneplus doesn't have Australian providers settings out of the box, so no vowifi, volte (on telstra). There is a workaround but it has to be done after every software update, at least until oneplus add the settings.

    The oneplus is cheaper, but get the USA or global version for full 5g coverage.

    The oppo covers all Australian bands.

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    Last edited by hoe; 19-07-21 at 02:48 PM.
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    FTTN, 710m line length, bit faster now with draytek modem....

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    Not much difference between them, apart from red magic is gaming focused and missing quite a few network bands needed in Australia.....

    ZTE have been around for a while but are traditionally not known for high end phones...

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    Last edited by hoe; 18-07-21 at 08:15 PM.
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    FTTN, 710m line length, bit faster now with draytek modem....

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