oneplus 5t The main or only reason for launching the smartphone could be the display with 18: 9 aspect ratio. Because fullview display has been in trend in 2017 and oneplus It was lagging behind compared to other companies. Even though the specifications of the OnePlus 5 are strong even today, it hardly woos the customers in terms of looks, especially in the face of the current challenges. In such a situation, how could OnePlus take the risk of being left behind? That too when this company is known to sell only one model at a time.
The news of the OnePlus 5T having a Snapdragon 836 processor turned out to be a complete rumour. Because Qualcomm has not launched any such chipset so far. The Snapdragon 835 processor has also been used in the new smartphone, which is the best mobile chipset in today’s date. oneplus 3 And oneplus 3t As such, there is nothing new in terms of performance in this mid cycle upgrade. One variant has 6 GB RAM and 64 GB storage and the other variant has 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage.
OnePlus has given a long screen while being in trend. But the company has missed out on making a phone without a border. The edges of the front glass are curved. The borders are still clearly visible around the screen. us something like Oppo F5, Vivo V7 Plus And Honor 9i Also seen with The funny thing is that this phone will be available only in Black color. It is possible that OnePlus may also introduce new color variants in the future, as it has been doing in the past.
The resolution of the 6.01-inch AMOLED screen is 1080×2160 pixels. We believe this setup will become standard at this price level. The screen is bright and vibrant. We did not face any problem during use. Interested customers will be happy to know that the OnePlus 5 lacks the jelly scroll effect that we didn’t see in the OnePlus 5T.
The location of the fingerprint sensor has changed. Till now it used to be present at the bottom of the display, but now it has moved to the rear. It’s easy to access and it works fast. OnePlus has also used face recognition technology in the phone. You will be able to unlock the handset using the front camera of the OnePlus 5T. It works like Oppo F5. It takes some time to setup. But after that unlocking the phone becomes faster and easier.
The only complaint we had with the OnePlus 5 was that the outer edges of the rear camera were easily worn out. It seems this time the company has removed this shortcoming. The bulge of the camera doesn’t look odd. If you see it now iphone 7 plus And iphone 8 plus Closer to the design.
At the bottom, there is a 3.5mm audio socket and a large speaker grille along with a USB Type-C port. On the left is the OnePlus trademark OnePlus Alert Slider, which will quickly switch you to Do Not Disturb mode. Apart from this, the volume buttons are also on the right side. There are two nano SIM slots on the right side and the power button is also on this side. The storage can’t be expanded, so there’s no microSD card slot.
Apart from the screen, one major difference between the two flagship devices of OnePlus is the dual camera setup. The secondary camera present on the back of the new smartphone is now responsible for giving better performance in low light. You will get a 20-megapixel sensor with 16 megapixels on the rear side. The aperture of both is F / 1.7 only. In low light, the camera app will automatically switch to the secondary rear camera for better performance. Due to the presence of two cameras, there is support for portrait mode. We will tell you in detail about its photo quality only after reviewing the OnePlus 5T.
In terms of software, it is disappointing to know that the OnePlus 5T still runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. On top of this is the company’s own OxygenOS 4.7. The company promises that it will release an update of Android 8.0 in early 2018. OxygenOS still has tons of customization options, yet the experience is almost the same as stock Android.
We will come soon with a detailed review of the OnePlus 5T. During this, we will discuss in detail about the phone’s camera, battery, screen and performance.
(Be aware that OnePlus has borne our correspondent’s airfare and hotel charges for the launch event.)