It's half past five on OnePlus time and the 5T has just been unveiled, the interim upgrade that repacks the OnePlus 5 to make it more enticing for the holiday shoppers. T is to the OnePlus what S is to the iPhone, which means the OnePlus 5T isn't a complete overhaul. It's mostly the same phone on the inside, but there are bigger changes on the outside this time.
The most obvious one is the display. No self-respecting smartphone maker would be seen exiting 2017 without a tall screen, and the 5T is OnePlus taking due care with an 18:9 6-inch FullHD AMOLED panel by Samsung - or a Full Optic AMOLED, as the company likes to call it.
The other change is the camera setup, and this has left us baffled so far. The OnePlus 5T comes with a couple of cameras on its back, one 16MP, the other 20MP, each paired with a 27mm-equivalent lens, and each of them capturing color images. So it's not a wide+tele, and it's not a color+monochrome, it's a OnePlus 5T.
That's pretty much all the T adds to the OnePlus 5 (or takes away, we're still debating). The rest is the same, but here's a refresher.
We'll be testing both the display and camera in our usual in-depth fashion in the full review, which should be ready by next week. For now, we've gathered some initial impressions that we're eager to share. And the sharing starts on the next page.
Too bad the camera still blurs faces... What about macro and closeups? I returned my OP5 because of these issues on the camera and was excited to hear the OP5T would have a new lens.. but looking at the samples i don't see much improvement.
Which phone is next to OP5 at 1:45 ?
I never got more than 3 & half hours of SOT out of OP5 even though it wasn't used heavily.