Review of the much awaited phone of 2017: Oneplus 5
Oneplus, launched their new flagship phone in India on June 22 2017.in an event in Mumbai the Company unveiled their new smartphone in India. the much-awaited phone (Oneplus 5) as huge as it was supposed to be. the Company did follow up their pattern of bringing flagship killers in the market.
The phone was not high on innovation as per the company standards. after the company unveiled this phone it looked like the Company just upgraded its previous flagship with an increase in generation of its hardware.
the new phone has its ups and downs first of all:
- enhanced processor
- more RAM
- better design
- dual camera
- optimised software
- Smaller battery
- copied design
- low on innovation
- low camera quality
- lower display resolution
This Phone is Oneplus’s first smartphone with the dual lens technology. It has a pair of 16MP + 20MP lens on rear offer lossless zoom feature. With a Secondary shooter being a 16mp with HD resolution.
The primary camera lens has a super-wide aperture of f/1.7, which ensures that photos are bright without being overexposed. The telephoto lens then has an aperture of f/2.6.
Unlike on the Huawei P10, however, where one of the sensors is monochrome for improved contrast, the two color sensors here are designed to offer improved zoom performance, enabling you to zoom in on subjects with minimal loss of image quality.
The smartphone has a 3,300mAh battery with a greater battery optimization withstanding a phone for a longer time than the previous generation.The phone can last around two days with auto brightness on.
On paper, compared to the OnePlus 3T the OnePlus 5 looks like a downgrade, with the former sporting a 3,400mAh battery while the latter features a 3,300mAh battery.
The processing tech used inside this phone has been advanced through, and much more efficient in terms of power consumption, and this will appear more on a day to day usage.
The smartphones have a 5.5-inch Full HD AMOLED screen which appears quite good.The display is 401 pixels-per-inch in terms of pixel density.
That means you get the same 5.5-inch Full HD AMOLED display from the OnePlus 3T, and it is a little hard not to be disappointed by that considering the increase in the price of the handset this year.
CPU: Snapdragon 835
RAM: 6GB or 8GB of RAM
On the hardware front, the phone’s hardware looks like a complete and a perfect for any smartphone at the top flagship range. The phone is expected to deliver the best performance while gaming and usage. Storage is also an enough amount of the storage required for a phone.
The Oneplus 5 looks pretty good design wise. It looks like you are carrying an iPhone 7 Plus. The good point is an advancement in the region of the camera and the top end hardware. The only downside is the rise in the price of the phone and not at all innovation in terms of display in the smartphone. Rest assured the phone is perfect to be an upgrade.