OnePlus 5 Review: Dual Cameras, Snapdragon 835, 8GB RAM!

Andrew gets to grip with OnePlus’s latest flagship (killer) for 2017, the OnePlus 5.

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27 thoughts on “OnePlus 5 Review: Dual Cameras, Snapdragon 835, 8GB RAM!

  1. Pls bro m'y one plus 5 have a problème with thé batterie..it take juste 5h or 6h to die ..so what IS the problem ? I havnt thé Dash charge IS it possible to bye thé Dash charge ans he juste revive m'y phone with 1day without charging

  2. I've preordered it, bought it from the software and snappy performance. Coming from a zte axon 7, the software was crap and the only great thing about it was the hardware

  3. For a pure android experience I'll pick oneplus over Samsung anyday.
    You guys keep talking about Samsung and forget that after a while their phones become slow and lag.
    So what's the point of getting a nice design if the software will cripple the experience?
    Besides, OP5's camera by no means is mediocre. It's one of the top cameras out there only beaten by the best flagships out there.
    Think about it! This is a winner, Google should learn a thing or two from OP instead of their over rated overly expensive phones.

  4. Stop saying it's a flagship phone. It's a sub-flagship phone and that's why you're paying sub-flagship prices. You get what you pay for. They haven't performed an altruistic miracle.

  5. My thoughts on one plus 5: After seeing all this,, One plus 5 is a good phone I am not saying it's bad, but no new features and no new tech except the processor, batter is reduced by 100 mhz, thanks for the new snapdragon 835 for better power management, and coming to camrea it's really a nice camera updation compared to last year model, but it can't compete with top dogs. Overall its not worth to update if u r using one plus 3t, if you are looking to buy new phone with simple features and fast performance then you will have to get 8gb version, pricing is bit high,,,

  6. wait what, when he placed it down on the table next to the MacBook Pro, I tot that was the 7 plus, and then just looking away for awhile and hearing it has a really clever mute switch and really unique dual camera with it's 2x lens, I tot this was a late review of the 7 plus.

    I think everyone compares this to the 7 plus because of their first motto, NEVER SETTLE, and then they evolved the design into something every Chinese manufacturer is doing, rounded edges, bottom firing speaker, sealed battery, curved antenna lines, looks like another Huawei p10 or OPPO R11. On top of that the price is slowly creeping up to flagship prices, sure it's arguably the fastest android phone, with a great proprietary dash charge, but if they keep pilling on features it will be a flagship in no time, add IP68, dual speakers, wireless charging, no more flagship killer.

  7. hmm… my OP3T is still tech wise until now, so, skip to this one and wait for another installment.
    Just like when I decide to skip OP2 and OP3 since my OP1 still relevant.

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