Best mobile I had used till now.wortful for the cost. You will fall love with the camera. Fullly satisfied. Go for it.
I've been using this phone from about 2 weeks.Everything in this phone is top notch.Nothing to worry.Except the thing that this company is advertising the most,the camera(not the front camera, it's great).Camera is not so bad but not so good.My Samsung S5 take good pics than this.Thats why rating it 4 stars.If you can compromise in this department then you will just love this machine because i am really enjoying it.One thing more that there is no music player in this device so there is no equilizer.You have to use third party app.Go for 'Poweramp', it is the best for this device.
very nice device ...looks very good and display quality is awesome..best battery backup and charges in mintues..overall value for money
So, everyone remembered to give their thoughts on the performance and similar preferences, BUT NO ONE remembered to mention that OP5 is a bloody DUST MAGNET! It attracts dust like its a completely standard feature of the phone. Whenever I take it out of the pocket, those whole screen is fully covered in dust, and I've never had a similar issue with any other phone so far. Why does this keep happening??
People pay attention to this. I'm getting a dust proof spray tomorrow to spray it all over the damn phone, and if that doesn't fix the issue, I'll go and sell it, because this is absolutely unacceptable!
Is there anyone who is currently in UAE and have bought OnePlus 5 in UAE.
Please guide me where to buy OnePlus 5in UAE.
Also please let me know if it worths 1800 dirhams.
dbd, 04 Sep 2017what is SAR value in Indian One plus 5 dual SIM handset? Pls confirmCheck out site sarshield.There you will find sar value . but u will have to search for it.Also I don't know whether it is for indian version or for western countries.
OnePlus 5T? There will never be a T iteration anymore. OnePlus did that to 3T because they're Chinese and they're afraid of the number 4. The next OnePlus will be OnePlus 6!
Anonymous, 03 Sep 2017Xperia Z3 has 3100 mAh - 85 hrs
Xperia Z2 has 3200 mAh - 89 hrs
Oneplus 5 has 3300 mAh - 83... moreFor the simple reason for it's hardware capabilities. More Ram, 4x times more powerfull CPU/GPU. Be lucky the endurance is almost identical to devices launched 3-4 years ago.
After numerous attempts to fix my Nexus 6P, I had to give up when service center folks told me that I have to shell another 20k to replace its motherboard. To be honest, I have given a thought. Why you ask??. Camera and Display. I had it for a year and I have loved taking pictures and videos from it. The rear camera is an important aspect for me when I'm out, looking for a phone. So after making up my mind, I finally decide to go for OnePlus 5. So here's my quick review after 2 weeks of usage.
Not diving into the details. I bought the 6GB/64GB variant as I think this would be more than enough. But combined with Snapdragon latest processor this phone is SNAPPY!!!. And to be honest, it's too quick sometimes. Thanks to latest Android Nougat and Oxygen OS on top of it, any app, you name it, will open in a flash. There are few apps out there which have some compatibility issues, which I think is specific to this model only(generic apps like VLC player), and I'm hoping fix might be on the way. Otherwise, usage wise, its Fluid!!.
Design & Display
The design is again great(though I would prefer if OP can come with their unique blueprints), though the metal on the back makes it quite slippery, which makes buying a case necessary. Coming to the display, I have to compare it with Nexus 6P, and this one is just incredible. 6P is 2K display and while this one is 1080p but thanks to the latest Gorilla Glass and LED panel, the display is crisp, sharp and easy on the eyes. You also have 3 color modes option to choose for better viewing as per your requirement. Again, a plus point here. Apart from this, you have Night Mode and Reading Mode which changes the temperature of the screen to the warm side so that you can read or use the phone for long hours.
Speaking of long hours....Battery :
I'm not a battery management expert and since this is a new phone, it is supposed to give me a good charge, which it is. Generally, with one single charge, I can last this for a day and a half and still 20-30% juice left on it. Kudos! for that. Dash Charger with 4A output is definitely something that we have to see with other phones, as because of this, phone charges completely hardly in 30-45 mins when I charge it from 15 to 90%. I use my phone every now n then, so charging with such a battery life is actually appreciated.
Again, will not get into the details of what is already available out there. But Camera on this phone performs. I have uploaded some pictures taken with several options provided in default camera app. For a 4K sample, you can check this link, https://youtu.be/hilCvIShfjk . When you're using a product like Nexus 6P, your expectation is bound to be high. And it is good, it is not great(not yet), but it is good. And with the latest updates from OnePlus, it is just getting better and better. Depth effect definitely works and focuses the subject clearly with a clear difference between the subject and the background. Daylight shots are purely excellent with or without HDR and exposure levels at par. It is the selfie camera which takes pictures where exposure is not at all in place and looks like the front camera is trying too hard to make things look bright and heavenly. Another is low light pictures which tend to lose details and is too grainy, but then with few tweaks and update, I can manage. Dual Led Flash works well and keeps the scene bright enough to capture every detail in a frame.
Value for Money?? Definitely!! Just compare and see how many SD 835 SoC phones are available in the market with such specs and how much would they cost you. Apart from that, this device boasts quality from the very first grip and when you start using it from the very first day. You get a premium built device with hardware and software that should easily cover you for next 3 years within 30-40K price bracket.
I have already purchased additional year warranty and a cover for my satisfaction. I'm hoping the after sales service will be as good and promising as the product itself as that is also a deal breaker for many of us. Hopefully it may not disappoint me just like what Nexus 6P has done and hopefully, I will settle with this one for a longer period and
But then again, my sub-conscious ask this pertinent question. Should I settle with it?? I think you might have the answer.
Forget buying the Oneplus 5, because Oneplus 5T will come with IP68 water and dust proof protection we've been all asking for.
Low light photo are not that good in this phone compare to iPhone ans s8 plus
Screen quality s8 plus,
design s8 plus is good only specification wise one plus 5 may b better only ram is more else same but one plus screen is not that bright compare to s8 plus
Max131, 03 Sep 2017I want to buy this phone, but I am worried about the jelly effect on the screen. Users, any op... moreGot mine few days ago, for US market, and can't say i have noticed any jelly effect on the screen, at all. Even if it is there, then it has be so insignificant and u have to like really really look hard for it to notice the effect. I haven't noticed anything so far and the phone has been fully optimized and customized to fit my needs.
So far, the camera is a bit disappointing, was expecting much more of it, the phone is quite fast, everything is stupidly fast and responsive, perhaps battery could get improved (I've seen people complain about it since the last few updates). Other than that, everything seems to be just fine. Stock android, fully customizable