OnePlus 5: The Latest by OnePlus
Odd right? The last OnePlus phone was the OnePlus 3T. So why not OnePlus 4 now? Well, it's because of tetraphobia. Because of that, many Chinese products avoid the number 4 similar to the OnePlus 5. You can think of the OnePlus 3T as the 4, though, if you want.
OnePlus 5 has undergone a major design makeover with its dual camera coming to the scene.
The OnePlus 5 has the major of its design cues borrowed from the Apple iPhone 7 Plus, starting from the camera setup to even the positioning of the microphone beside the lenses. Had the logo on the back of the OnePlus 5 been replaced by an Apple logo, anyone could have mistaken it for a matte black iPhone 7 Plus. The device looks like a hell of a stunner now.
The OnePlus 5 is now powered by the new Snapdragon 835 chipset which is currently available in most of the flagships. What is not however, available nowadays is the massive 8 GB of RAM (no other smartphone packs such high memory) matched by 128 GB of internal storage that comes with the pricier $528 model. With the entry level OnePlus 5, you get 6 GB of RAM with 64 GB of internal storage. The storage, however, is not expandable.
All of the camera modules in the OnePlus 5 comes from Sony. The display is a 5.5 inch AMOLED display as before. The battery capacity has gone a bit down at 3,300 mAh, but complemented with OnePlus’s proprietary Dash charge technology, you don't need to worry about the battery to run out all throughout the day.
Anyhow, before delving deeper –