OnePlus 5T | Only Phone To Beat iPhone X In Performance


OnePlus has been the talk of the town for quite some time now and they wish to keep themselves in the news in the best way possible. OnePlus has just launched its latest and greatest phone, the OnePlus 5T.

OnePlus 5T embraces the 2017 design language of going almost bezel-less. The phone comes with a 6 inch display at a resolution of FHD+ (2160×1080 px). The phone has an AMOLED display which makes it one of the most likeable screens on the market.

The main differences that OnePlus 5T succeeds the OnePlus 5 in the camera and screen department. The fingerprint scanner has now gone on the back of the phone which is a welcome change. The phone feels much more ergonomic in the hand.

The phone uses a Snapdragon 835 processor with 6GB/8GB RAM. The RAM depends on the version you opt for. OnePlus 5T has two internal storage options 64GB and 128GB that come coupled with 6GB and 8GB RAM respectively. There is one thing that intrigues us. The phone is launching with Oxygen OS based on Android 7.1.1. We were really hoping that OnePlus 5T would come with Android Oreo but guess we will have to wait.

The best part about owning OnePlus 5T is that you get a near stock Android experience which will be buttery smooth. The 5T also has better battery life than its predecessor despite the larger screen. Apart from having a good battery life the phone also has company’s dash charge which is able to charge the phone from zero to 70% in just over 33 minutes.

OnePlus 5T has a dual-camera setup at the back. This is different from its previous version where one lens was a telephoto lens and the other one was a wide-angle lens. This time both lenses have an aperture of F/1.7. Photos are shot from the 12MP unit whereas the 20MP unit is there to provide good low-light performance.

The OnePlus 5T will be starting at $500 for the 64GB/6GB version. We are thoroughly impressed by OnePlus’s effort. In today’s expensive phone era, OnePlus is surely winning a lot of hearts with its phones’ performance and prices.

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