Some OnePlus 3 and 3T Units have a Manufacturer Defect you Probably Haven’t Noticed

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OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T are arguably the best smartphones you can find out there at under $500, however, no good thing lacks its bad side.

When the company first released the OnePlus 3, some people started noticing that the phone’s 6GB RAM was not being put up to full use, instead, only 4GB was. Well, a fix was rolled out and everything went back to normal, with the same happening for the OnePlus 3T.

But in a new thread that is slowly growing into something of concern, Redditors are up in arms complaining about what is easily a manufacturer defect on both OnePlus 3 and 3T. Apparently, there are some units that have a crooked camera bump, something that began with a simple photo of the latest OnePlus 3T Colette Edition.

We can say that this is not a really huge defect and for a phone that sells at below $500 and packs some of the best hardware specs, you’d expect to come across a few design flaws – the crooked camera is just one of them, probably. But it seems the problem is quite prevalent and in even though some units have no design defect on the camera hump, some users are already suggesting that the affected people should get replacement units.

OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T

The issue has just popped up and so far, OnePlus has yet to address it. Still, if your OnePlus 3 or OnePlus 3T has a tilted camera hump, it is about time you contacted the “Never Settle” team and see what’s up!

With the type of competition we expect to see in 2017, the company might want to handle this issue delicately in order to keep attracting more people to the OnePlus brand, just like it has been doing. But some are not worried about the possibility of having the defect on their phones as long as it doesn’t affect the normal functionality of the camera and phone in general.

How about your OnePlus 3 or 3T? Is the camera hump crooked or straight? Share your findings with us via the comments below.


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