OnePlus 5T Review: The Flagship Killer at its Best

The OnePlus 5 successor is finally available for purchase in India. It is known as the OnePlus 5T which has magnificent design and amazing features. The handset brags a 6-inch display with minimal bezels. Still, is it worth to upgrade from OnePlus 5 to the 5T? Let’s have a look at the key features and specifications of the new OnePlus 5T smartphone and clear this doubt.

OnePlus 5T: In a Glimpse

  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835;
  • RAM: 6GB/8GB RAM
  • Display: 6-inch (2,160×1,080 pixels) AMOLED display
  • Camera: 16 MP + 20 MP (dual cameras)
  • Battery: 3,300mAh
  • Price: Rs32,999 (64 GB); Rs37,999 (128 GB)

OnePlus 5T: Display

OnePlus 5T Review: Flagship Killer at its Best

Coming to the display, the OnePlus 5T has a massive bezel-less 6-inch Full HD+ (1080×2160 pixels) AMOLED display which is adequate to consume movies and videos on it. The display has good contrast level and the colours look nice on such bright screen.

Furthermore, there is a Sunlight Display mode which is ideal for using the new OnePlus mobile outdoors. This mode boosts the brightness and makes the screen visible even on the brightest day.

OnePlus 5T: Specifications, Features

Under the hood, the latest OnePlus mobile packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor which is coupled with 8GB of RAM. The phone runs on Android 7.1 OS powered by Oxygen OS 4.7 which ensures smooth performance. Having such specifications allows you to perform multitasking without a single lag. It has a matte black finish which looks stunning.

OnePlus 5T Review: Flagship Killer at its Best

Moreover, the handset has Parallel App feature pre-loaded on it which allow users to use two accounts on Facebook, Skype, and Twitter. Using this feature, you can use multiple accounts of social networking sites. The handset receives juice from a 3300mAh battery which is competent to last for the entire day.

OnePlus 5T: Camera

For photography, there is a dual camera setup at the rear panel consisting 16MP + 20MP sensors. The camera performs well even in the low-light conditions. It has a pre-defined algorithm which powers the second lens of this setup. The combination allows you to take detailed and colourful images in low-light situations.

OnePlus 5T Review: Flagship Killer at its Best

OnePlus 5T: Face Unlock

The Face recognition feature is becoming popular authentication method since the launched of iPhone X with FaceID. The Face Unlock module on the 5T works quite smoothly in well-lit conditions; however, you may face issues if shadows are appearing on your face.

Conclusion

The OnePlus 5T is not just a minor upgrade over the original OnePlus 5 smartphone. To recall, the OnePlus 3 and 3T shared many common features; the only notable difference was the chipset. On the other hand, the OnePlus 5T offers a larger display, power-packed camera optics, bezel-less design, and has the robust software.

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Rahul R is a Content Writer at Mobikart. He covers the latest trends, news, and rumours on Mobiles, Gadgets, and Laptops.