Can you cover on the full review if the jelly effect that appear on OnePlus 5 is here as well with the OnePlus 5T?
Oppo should really try to put its best effort into this phone as it's oppo's only flagship phone available anywhere in the world. If one plus would adopt the cameras found on the Vivo xplay 6, a sister company, this phone would be world class.
Didn't realise it would be slightly larger than the 5, but will be better for large screen lovers.
The full review should reveal how much missing OIS has affected it.
Seems like it has better stabilisation in low light than good light, I'd expect foliage like that without OIS in a dimmer situation.
I guess this is a good option if you want the best hardware that android can offer for the cheapest price, however as downside barebone features and bad camera.
AnonD-657588, 16 Nov 2017Are the front hardware keys still retained?No. Capacitive keys are gone...
AnonD-657588, 16 Nov 2017Are the front hardware keys still retained?I think no.
J o m s, 16 Nov 2017First!I want a bigger battery, at least a tad bit more since the screen got bigger, come on.
I hope this is pre-release software, because those first 2 daylight outdoor shots are comically bad: just look at the foliage on the trees and you'll see what I mean.
Not a camera for pixel peepers in its current state, which does make you wonder why (apart from marketing) the stick these high megapixel sensors in there.
I don't know why you are surprised by the camera: we've already seen it on the Oppo R11s, which the 5T shares a parts bin with just as the 5 did with the R11.
Too common for the price. At that price the S8 has faster modems Cat 16, better cameras with OIS, protection against water, expandable storage, better display, better customer service worldwide... and great upcoming offers next week in the black friday. Ouch.
The Huawei V10 will be a cheaper better option on November 28, in less than two weeks.
Interesting.... But I'll wait (and pay more) for the U11plus with a better screen and battery...