The OnePlus 5 uses the same screen as the OnePlus 3T – no, we don’t mean the same specs, it’s the exact same panel. AIDA64 detects a Samsung S6E3FA5 panel on both devices.
This is a change from the original OnePlus 3, which had an FA3 panel. It’s not entirely clear what the differences are between FA3 and FA5. Still, the OnePlus 5 has no hardware improvements over its predecessor, at least as far as screen is concerned.
Actually, our review shows a slightly lower maximum brightness and a slightly worse sunlight legibility for the OnePlus 5 compared to the 3T (which itself was a bit worse than the 3). What about DCI-P3? That seems to be a software thing (like how OnePlus enabled sRGB with an update).
The only thing OnePlus didn't settle is price. Everything is same lame old 3T except price
have the 1+3, so not going to swich to 1+5. I was hyped to buy it, but i just stoped for few minutes and thought about it. Maybe next year, when they implement stereo speakers (one should hhope).
Touch latency issue is already fixed on latest beta's for OP3/3T...