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The OnePlus 5T builds upon the original OnePlus 5 with a new screen, a new camera, and updated software. But is it enough to justify an upgrade from OnePlus 5?
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Hi just an honest opinion. I went to this video hoping that there will be comparison but i feel like you only used 1/3 of the video comparing. Example: with the camera, I was hoping to see side by side photo quality comparison but you didnt do it. How about the battery?
Hopefully this wont offend you but i feel like the video didnt even justify the title.
Doubt you will read this but have a nice day anyway.
Using the Samsung S7 Edge and looking for a new phone but watching this video, I haven't seen a reason to upgrade honestly.
Also, why does OnePlus always make their phones so big? It's putting me off buying it.
Why are reviewers so obsessed with 18:9 screens in 2017. It is more of a preference thing but most reviewers count it as a positive point for a phone. In my opinion the one plus 5t is more of an alternative rather than an upgrade to the 5 as it does not offer any objective improvements but rather an extra choice for different users (e.g. 18:9 screen and new second camera implementation have as many drawbacks to them as benefits); this explains why there was not a significant price increase between the phones unlike last year because the 3t was objectively a better than the 3 in many ways and the same cannot be said for the 5t and 5.
I buy oneplus 5 after the release of oneplus 5t, because of 4 reasons:
1) I got it in 480$ which is lesser than the oneplus 5t which cost 590$ in Indian Market.
2) I love bezels because I mostly play Landscape games like asphalt, nova 3, ..,..
3) It has front mounted fingerprint sensor, which is most convenient for me.
4) Being an Technical person, I need to zoom and take images like motor's name plate data. And oneplus 5 has the zoom capability on secondary lens which makes my work lot easier.
These people complaining that the mobile market is progressing extremely fast within the span of a few months. If this progress wasn't there, you babies would still be complaining.
Everytime you buy a phone, you can be assured the manufacturer will release an update in several months - 1 year.
Worth a deal who haven't bought oneplus 5 yet. But for me personally I would opt oneplus 5 over 5t anyday. Reasons behind tele photo lens, adequate screen size. Personally I felt the screen of s8 awkward narrow mad long to be accessed with a single hand.
I think the difference between Apple and some Android manufacturers is that they may not always be the first, but they definitely take their time to polish a feature's implementation, maybe not to perfection, but to solid usability, security and function. Not just for the sole reason of being able to install a new feature for novelty and the sake of being first. Take for example, Face ID.
great that the face unlock is quick but the hell couldn't have they added an animation as it does so , I don't know if it has one or not , just speaking from what I saw . if there's no animation while it unlocks uskng your face , I'm already out #OCD_for_lyf
Amazing Phone!! It's a bang for the buck as compared to other flagships in the market. Although I am very well still satisfied with my OnePlus 3T. And yet once again OnePlus continues to be a flagship killer.