Hi-tech, 20 Jun 2017and zach "jerryrigseverything" has already done the burn & bend test. https://www.youtube... moreThe quality is at least is good as expected, not as good as the iPhone 7+ but enough, it's smells like some same suppliers or really well cloned. Sadly in the burn test even without black dots, it remained a translucent shadow, and the display popped up in the bend while not in the iPhone 7+, probably helped with the seal against water and dust, but better in result. Anyhow at least good, at it should be if we look how much it cost now.
Screen disappointing. No waterproof. As I understand, no dedicated audio chip. Not bezelles. No unique design, straight copy. Second camers is not worth it's existence. Not accu improvement. So it's not the best choice when there are Nubia Z17, Honor9 and Xiaomi Mi 6. Sorry, OnePlus, will see you year after. Maybe you will serve a better dish.
No waterproofing? No stereo speakers? No 3D Touch? Same low resolution AMOLED that's below 300dpi?
Seems like they didn't even finish copying Apple's 2016 flagship let alone 2017 flagship.
What about call quality?No comments on that.This is still a phone you know.
When oneplus 3 come i though it is overpriced. But now What about this
nik.007, 20 Jun 2017Everyone's on youtube is like posting all their reviews and comparisons together, it's clear t... moreand zach "jerryrigseverything" has already done the burn & bend test.
I bought s8 for 500$ on 1 year contract.
One+ doesn't offer anything that would make me think did I made good decision...
If I would shop another phone today, off contract, I would go with Honor 9...
Only thing that One+ has as advantage is Dash charging and if you're Amoled lover, that can be another, all other things are just better with Honor phone.
Rammstein, 20 Jun 2017What about the collaboration with DXO? Where is OIS? The sensor is really small, too. After a ... moreGood catch, there is no OIS. Also, according to the Ars Technica review, the camera has some issues:
"In certain lighting conditions, the OnePlus 5 camera can go nuts with its image processing, making photos look like watercolors or pencil sketches at full crop. If you're posting tiny squares to Instagram or Facebook, this probably won't matter much, but if you like to crop photos, it can become a problem. Low light performance isn't great, either, and lots of times the camera will just seek focus back and forth, even as other phones have no problem."
So those are supposed to be good camera samples or what?
OP guys must be crazy to make such a boring phone both design & features yet demand 500$ for thiis? totaly crazy, better buy it the s7 edge, better camera, display, same performance more or less and sdcard slot and water protection and more colors to choose from
sorry but oneplus isnt special anymore, neither price or how it looks.... huawei will run oneplus over this year easy
Okay, so review units of the OnePlus 5 were distributed well in advance so full review's could be published mere hours after the so-called "unveiling". *feigning surprise*
Only Disappointment is Display which is not much bright & No M.Card slot
Otherwise i found it fantastic device to buy in cheap price
What about the collaboration with DXO? Where is OIS? The sensor is really small, too. After a initial reflex I just cancelled my order. There is no real technical progress with this camera and the design is just a copy of another brand. This is a true example of what it´s all about today: Marketing and profits. No, thanks.
nik.007, 20 Jun 2017Everyone's on youtube is like posting all their reviews and comparisons together, it's clear t... moreAnother question, then why posting about speculations even yesterday.... Looks like got paid for publicity stunt
[deleted post]Everyone's on youtube is like posting all their reviews and comparisons together, it's clear that the review units were distributed AT LEAST 3-4 days back.
It's like the movies, screening happens but reviews can be published only on the date distributors want
Not that impressed with this new model. Specs are meh and it just doesn't wow me at all. They could have made it so much better
- no micro SD
- no high res display
- no IP rating
- no stereo speakers
- no large battery
- bezels huge as yeti eyebrows
- uninspired design
- price is not in line with earlier models.
- no good customer care (yet that I know of)
I had the OP1 and currently using OP2, will wait for Note8. disappointed.