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OnePlus 3 prices in Malaysia

The OnePlus 3 is what happens when you pair the best performing specifications of a smartphone with a beautiful premium looking metal body. After all, we should never settle. Read more below!

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Lowest Price: RM 1689.00
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16 Offers from 4 stores available from RM 1689.00 - RM 2559.00


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OnePlus 3 Price by Country
Hong Kong HKD 3,344
Indonesia IDR 4,300,000
Malaysia MYR 1,689
Philippines PHP 20,543
Singapore SGD 585
Thailand THB 14,590

About OnePlus 3 Malaysia

OnePlus 3 Malaysia

Always opt for the Best

When OnePlus first emerged from the saturated market of smartphone manufacturers, they had the single goal of disrupting the smartphone market with a device that utilizes the best hardware at the lowest price point possible. With their third device, the OnePlus 3, OnePlus has pushed the limits even further.

As many people demand a better smartphone in many different aspects - not only in terms of specifications and performance, OnePlus sought to fulfil that demand without the typically large price tag. And the result? The incredibly powerful OnePlus 3 that is clad in an elegant metal unibody that is made from space-grade aluminium allow, a metal that is strong and sturdy, yet lightweight.

The simplistic and elegant nature of the phone’s design is further complemented by soft curves from the back towards the front, creating a friendly silhouette and a comfortable grip.

Quick charge with Dash Charge

Home for a quick change of clothes and your OnePlus 3 is low on juice? Plug in the new USB C cable and quick charge your phone up to 63% of battery with just 30 minutes of charge time! Dash Charge delivers a large electric current to your smartphone and does so consistently, so that your OnePlus 3 will never have a slowdown during charging.

One other intuitive thing OnePlus has done with the OnePlus 3 is in the placement of its power management control system; instead of placing it in the smartphone, it now resides in the charger itself. This means that the phone will not heat up in an effort to remove heat that happens from charging; your OnePlus 3 will stay cool throughout the charging period instead. Do more with lesser charge times.

Smart Capture – OnePlus 3 Malaysia

The OnePlus 3 not only excels in its elegant design, Dash Charge, and performance, it also performs extremely well when it comes to capturing images with the superior 16-megapixel camera sensor. All of the images and videos captured on the OnePlus 3 shows off a lot of detail and clarity.

The OnePlus 3’s camera module also features Electronic and Optical image stabilization (EIS and OIS respectively) to ensure that all of the pictures and videos you capture remain blur and shake-free no matter the lighting. For the photography enthusiast, the OnePlus 3 also has the capability to shoot in manual mode and supports RAW image files.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-09-17
The good-looking OnePlus 3 is a no-compromise high-end smartphone at a ludicrously good price. I can barely believe how good it is; its list of features, many unique, is exhaustive and often entertaining, and its interface distinctly classy. Among the fea...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-13
When OnePlus first introduced the OnePlus 2, many were excited because that phone had top-of-the-line components and offered amazing performance for its asking price, making it truly a 'flagship killer'. Today, there are many other phones from the competi...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-13
The OnePlus 3 is a phone for people who want freedom: freedom from carriers, freedom from bloatware, and freedom to customize. This unlocked Android handset falls into the "affordable flagship" class of devices, meaning it has premium build and specs, but...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-09
“What phone should I get?” is not a question I hear as often as I used to. Most people have long since committed to an iPhone or a Galaxy, and anyone with a Nexus doesn't need my help. But a friend had just shattered his Moto G screen and wanted a cheap...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-30
As smartphones go, the OnePlus devices have caused a bit of a storm over the past few years thanks to the Chinese manufacturer's decision to supply devices via an invite system. The inevitable result being that the OnePlus One and OnePlus 2 were tricky to...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-26
Spesifikasi badang, harga kerdil. OnePlus telah menempatkan nama mereka dalam peta pengeluar telefon pintar selepas pelancaran OnePlus One. Kemudian, dengan mendukung jolokan “pembunuh flagship” , mereka melancarkan pula OnePlus 2.Tahun ini, telefon ketig...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-23
A lot of OnePlus' core principle was about not forcing the customer to choose between a budget price and flagship specs. But with the OnePlus 3, the company's latest and most expensive smartphone in Malaysia yet, one has to wonder: Has the plucky rebel fi...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-22
Premium unlocked smartphone with a 5.5” display, dual SIM slots and plenty of storage for under $400, Fast!, Feels great to hold and use, Camera does a fantastic job!I wish it were waterproof. Other than that… I am a huge fan of this phone — especially at its current price [edited]
Just about twice a year I leave my iPhone behind and flirt with Android phones for a period of time. Most of the time I'm happy to get back to my iPhone. Most recently, however, the transition back to iOS was tough. I was using the OnePlus 3 and absolutel...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-18
Truly premium design, Flagshiptier hardware at an affordable price, Beautiful Full HD display, Quickcharging batteryNo microSD card support, No new major software features, Average camera performance
The OnePlus 3 did not call itself a flagship killer this time round , but it still packs an up-to-date Snapdragon 820 processor and a whopping 6GB of RAM. And at S$699 , OnePlus' reputation for packing powerful parts in a relatively affordable handset rem...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-17
Excellent Build, Flagship Hardware, Performance Workhorse, Loads of RAM, Good PriceOnly 1080p Display, Relatively Small Battery
The Oneplus 3 is the third from the Chinese manufacturer OnePlus. A company with claims of making flagship killers and a tagline that says “Never Settle”. However, the fist two phones have been compromised in one way or another, even though the OnePlus On...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-15
Raw power, sleek aluminium build, good capable camera, Oxygen OS, still a bargainDisplay niggles for some, no storage expansion, battery needs more stamina
ONEPLUS CO-FOUNDER Carl Pei previously claimed the OnePlus 3 would conjure that same special feeling as the original OnePlus One. At its launch the OnePlus One was unexpected, a bold battle cry, while the invite-system created a sense of exclusivity. It...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-12
Raw power, sleek aluminium build, good capable camera, Oxygen OS, still a bargainDisplay niggles for some, no storage expansion, battery needs more stamina
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei previously claimed the OnePlus 3 would conjure that same special feeling as the original OnePlus One. At its launch the OnePlus One was unexpected, a bold battle cry, while the invite-system created a sense of exclusivity. It...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-08
OnePlus has had a history of creating great products with an Achilles Heel, dating back to their first flagship device a couple years ago. The original OnePlus One was a fantastic phone that was incredibly difficult to actually buy thanks to its invite sy...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-08
Stylish, powerful handset with little bloatware and great battery lifeBezel is too thin and the 'smiling selfie' feature feels gimmicky
Despite being considered an underdog to Samsung and Apple , OnePlus has steadily grown to become a fan favourite. The launch of its OnePlus 3 has only bolstered this reputation.OnePlus has long been described as an 'Apple killer' and although it's unlikel...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-05
Excellent value. Fantastic metal unibody build. Impressive Snapdragon 820 and storage performance. Great 16megapixel camera with OIS. Runs stock Android.Limited quick charging support.
2016 Flagship Killer. That's the tagline that OnePlus used for the 2015 OnePlus 2, a claim that in hindsight seems ridiculous. Sure, the OnePlus 2 was a decent smartphone for the price, but it wasn't the best phone of last year, let alone this year. OnePl...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-04
The OnePlus 3 is official and we've been lucky enough to spend almost two week with the smartphone ahead of the VR launch event. With a new metal design, upgraded specs and the latest software it does a fantastic job of taking on the big name flagship pho...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-04
OnePlus recently released their fourth device, the OnePlus 3. OnePlus has been growing in the smartphone market since they entered in 2014. However, this time, OnePlus has gotten rid of their lame invite-to-buy system with Amazon and is now available like...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-01
The OnePlus 3 is the company's third attempt at creating an affordable, stylish device, which can stand on its own and even go head to head with flagships from the likes of Samsung, HTC and Apple. While previous models came close but ultimately missed the...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-29
The OnePlus 3: At a glance Not sure if the OnePlus 3 is the right phone for you? Then here's a quick summary of all the OnePlus 3's key features, and the major things to look out for. You'll find Alphr's full in-depth review below, and if you have any bu...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-27
Every year, as the smartphone market gets more crowded, it seems it's becoming exceedingly difficult for manufacturers to create new devices that really standout. While some rely on the use of gimmicks to help convince consumers to pull the trigger (curve...
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