Thanks God I haven't waited for OP5 & purchased Mi Mix 2 last Month.
@Pramod - No i dont think the camera will improve by much , at the most you will get 10% - 15% more improvement over 5 camera ( You OP3 had OIS , this one does not have that hence even the 16MP Quality has degraded ) Right when the phone was launched the first thing i commented here was camera will be good ( No way Flagship ) - i took a swipe at DxoMark for OP5 results , the OP5t night shot feel like its shot on a single cam. module , heck even Pixel 2 betters OP5t despite one camera that to with smaller sensor compared to Pixel 1. Even s8 , s7 is better in night shots , the issue is also with the 20MP sensor , at 1 microns its pixel size is very small to produce good results even with 4 pixels (5MP) at night. They should have used at least 2 x IMX 398 ( 16MP) instead of that 20MP , with 16MP setup.
Right now , its proved beyond doubt Oppo is Owner of OnePlus or at least Oppo has lot of say in OnePlus design / camera.
I would happily buy this phone if it had a better camera combination. I really like what LG and Huawei been doing in the camera department. Oh well, let's hope that OnePlus will do better next year. This year hasn't been great for them.
i have the oneplus 5. After seeing that GSMarena mentionned it heats up when running a couple of benchmarks, the cpu throttles down. The battery life is significantly reduced, because of the bigger screen, we're seeing here a 1Hour decrease overall, in every test.
The soundspeaker db strenght is also reduced.
That's why i was hoping for at least a 3400-3500mah battery with that screen. I was scared of the thermal issues the phone would have and i was right. There's thermal throttling because of the poor space management
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2017That depends.
Do you want a headphone jack? Do you prefer the 18:9 or 16:9 aspect ratio? Do... moreAnd do you want it to work on Verizon?
You'd think band 13 would be the norm by now, but it somehow still isn't.
AnonD-717184, 20 Nov 2017Looking to get a new phone, I play games on my phone (mostly Dynasty Warriors Unleashed) and t... moreOnePlus every time .
Reasons : Better battery life (According to most reviews Razer has horrific SoT - not that good for games when you phone dies on you is it ?)
AMOLED screen that has decent brightness and great sunlight legibility . Razer screen might be smooth but it won't look as nice as an AMOLED .
The alert slider isn't a plus when it means that I can't schedule do not disturb mode automatically. OnePlus even removed the code to schedule it! Some have scheduled it using Tasker, but why should I have to do that?
I think it's camera performance will improve over the time like OP3 series did. They need some more time to fine tune that software as camera hardware is new. They just don't give up on updates like many other brands.
AnonD-717184, 20 Nov 2017Looking to get a new phone, I play games on my phone (mostly Dynasty Warriors Unleashed) and t... moreThat depends.
Do you want a headphone jack? Do you prefer the 18:9 or 16:9 aspect ratio? Do you prefer a smaller or a bigger phone? Do you need front-facing speakers? Is price an issue for you?
AnonD-235919, 20 Nov 20171. In web browsing,how long the battery runs is the most important factor followed by video pl... moreI Disagree the most important aspect of how long the battery lasts should be in app usage like clash of clan, Transformers earth wars and similar apps that drain the battery a lot heavier than simple web surfing. i can kill a Z5 Compact thats got a gsmarena Endurance rating 86hours in as little as 2 hours using game apps. So These Endurance ratings are non relevant in my opinion
I am still stuck with Galaxy S7 Edge but its old now. Every other flagship is having unavoidable flaws and so not getting any proper replacement.
Looking to get a new phone, I play games on my phone (mostly Dynasty Warriors Unleashed) and the rest is regular use.
Which would you pick? OP5T VS Razer?
Wish GSMarena and all the other reviewers would stop saying its a cheap handset, yes it is if you buy it outright but not if you haven't got £500 to sponk. Getting it on a network contract deal its more expensive than a galaxy s8 or lg v3o on contract that are apparently more expensive phones. o2 network uk (who oneplus agreed exclusive sole seller deal with) want £38-£41month (x24) plus £10 upfront =£922/£994 for this handset compared to same tariff data bundle at carphone warehouse uk doing Galaxy s8 £34 (x24) plus £30 upfront =£846 and Lg v30 £42 (x24) plus 30 upfront =£1038. the v30 is a £800 phone and 5T £500 but 5T ONLY £44 cheaper after 24months on contract. so please STOP telling us its a cheap phone as were clearing being robbed by o2 uk and oneplus in the UK. Oneplus need to supply more UK sellers/networks to stop this robbery by o2 uk.
1. In web browsing,how long the battery runs is the most important factor followed by video playback and talk-time in determining battery endurance in which OP5T didn't excel.I had OP5 and had to recharge everyday in the evening.
2. Very little improvement in the camera department, didn't expect this after all those ads and fuss.
3. No water/dust resistance-it sucks.
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2017So you won't be able to buy phone from any company.. Good luck Examples here You won't bu... moreThey've been improving. The Mi A1 (5X), Mi 6, Mi Max 2 and Mi note 3 are all excellent shooters in daylight and under indoor lighting. Their low light (night) performance is still quite poor compared to other flagships but it's enough for social media I guess.
The only thing that's a shame is that they didn't seriously improve camera software. That low light lens might come in handy if OnePlus or developers improve the app and I hope they do. Maybe OnePlus is thinking in the long run, put in the good hardware now and improve it with user feedback.