Hey how’s it going, so the Oneplus 5T was just announced and i thought i’d just do a quick impressions of this thing, so I’ve been using it for a few days this won’t be a full review obviously but I want to share some of my thoughts of this device with you guys.So the first thing the big thing about this phone is the screen,it’s been updated to an 18:9 ratio it’s a much larger screen it’s just over 6.1″ (1080*2160) and the screen and body ratio is just over 80% right now, so it looks a lot more I guess modern over the original Oneplus 5, not that the Oneplus 5 looked poor but because of 2017 whole like bezel? as smartphone influx this just looks more up-to-date.In terms of the actual screen itself like how useful we find it it depends on how we use your phone for and how you like your screen, Personally I don’t love 18:9 screen ratios I find them a little bit weird to me,I like my 16:9 may be I’m old school,I like my screen 16:9,like my laptop 16:9,I like my phone 16:9,but you might like this, This is this is the thing for 2017.Okay,what else has changed the other big one is the fingerprint sensor,so this has been moved to the back now, and I’ve always been a big fan of fingerprint sensors in the back, I’ve always found it just easier to hold you pull out of your pocket fingers already there. when you have that fingerprint sensor on the front like the original oneplus 5 down at the bottom especially because this phone is like so sleek it’s just the top heavy device and not that you drop it or anything but if just I don’t like it as much as a back placement, I’ve always liked it there and it’s nice that they have it there.
Now I know some people don’t like the fingerprint sensor on the back because if your phone’s on the table you can’t unlock it unless you pick it up but they actually have a face-unlock this year which doesn’t really resolve the first thing but I thought it’d be a good segue to talk to her face unlock, I got to be honest I thought face unlock would be bad I thought it would just be a really kind of like me to product that oneplus would put on their phone but.
I am amazed by how good it is now I haven’t been able to test it thoroughly in terms of like how secure it actually it is but it is fast like significantly faster than Apple’s face ID which is weird, but at the same time kind of expected because this thing doesn’t have the nearly like the security in terms of like how many facial points is measuring. it’s very very fast it’s pretty much instant the memo with your phone to face unlock so which leads me to believe that it probably has some kind of flaws to it, but if you use it as kind of like a secondary security device I think it’s not bad but I do want to test this thing out more thoroughly over time.The other thing that changed is the camera so the Oneplus 5 virtually launched with a telephoto lens,this is now no longer a telephoto lens it’s the same kind of focal length but this lens is actually supposed to help with low-light photography now I don’t miss the lack of telephoto lens at all because I never use that stuff, but I do wish it was a wide-angle, unfortunately it’s not, I am interested to see how this thing performs in low-light because this thing was never bad like the Oneplus 5 was never really bad at low light so no no this might seem promising I will be covering that in my full review later on.
The thing that hasn’t changed which I thought was surprising was the battery so it’s still a 3300 Mhp battery which I don’t know how I feel about that, I mean it’s the same chassis size but because the screen is larger and it’s like the same brightness as the Oneplus 5 I’m assuming this somehow it draws more power than the original screen so wouldn’t the battery life be reduced maybe I’m not sure.
Now charge these devices if they are still in the frame I mean this is one of the best things about the oneplus 5 system, I think it’s about 30 minutes for a 6% charge you can’t go wrong with that.
Oneplus 5T Main Specifications
Oneplus 5T Basic Specifications
|RAM||6/8 GB LPDDR4X|
|Storage||64/128 GB UFS2.1 2-LANE|
|CPU||Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 (Octa-core, 10nm, up to 2.45GHz)|
|Operating System||OxygenOS based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat|
|Display||Size: 6.01 inches
Resolution: 1080P (1080 x 2160 pixels), 401ppi
Aspect Ratio: 18:9
Supports sRGB, DCI-P3
Cover Glass: 2.5D Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5
|Ports||USB 2.0, Type-C, Supports USB Audio Dual nano-SIM slot, 3.5mm audio jack|
|Battery||3,300 mAh (non-removable), Dash Charge (5V 4A)|
|Sensors||Fingerprint, Hall, Accelerometer, G-sensor, Electronic Compass, Gyroscope, Proximity, Ambient Light Sensor, RGB, Sensor Hub|
Now overall the phone hasn’t changed all that much it’s not like massive upgrades or anything, it’s a nice refresh same processor same battery just a little bit better all around. now the best part about it all but the price hasn’t changed this thing launches at $500 which is the same price as original one plus 5.
It goes for sale on November 21 st so yeah if you want to check it out Click on link below. hope you guys enjoyed this Post, whats your thought about Oneplus 5T post in below comment section.