OnePlus 5 with 16-20 MP dual camera, Specs, Price

OnePlus 5 with 16-20 MP, Specs, Price / Review

So OnePlus 5 is another incremental improvement over one plus 3T with a few big changes and couple of minor touch ups. The first ever thing you notice in the OnePlus 5 is the specs. As it contains Snapdragon 835 Adreno 540 and 6GB or 8GB of RAM with 64GB or 128 GB of storage. It also has a dual camera system on the back and 16 to 20 megapixel of cameras Bluetooth 5.0, a 3300 mAh battery and a 5.5 inch 1080p optic AMOLED display.

If you look at the whole entire body of the phone, it does resembles some other phones. One plus 5 is 7 ½ millimeters thin with rounded sides metal. The OnePlus 5 is a good phone, as they kept that alert slider and finger print reader at the front. The design of OnePlus 5 is kind of limited because the only colors you can actually get this phone is literally matte black and almost black.

OnePlus 5

OnePlus 5 Camera

The photo quality of OnePlus 5 is pretty interesting. As it has a 16 mega pixel F /1.7 primary camera with electronic image stabilization and then a 20 mega pixel F /2.6 telephoto camera as a secondary, that’s look pretty good. It is just like the copy of iPhone camera App when you open the camera in OnePlus 5. Moreover the photos taken by OnePlus 5 is pretty good. The sensor is capable of taking some pretty good clean pictures.

The Snapdragon 835 can handle taking multiple exposure at the same time, so you had expected to be great. The details is pretty much always on point like the center of the frame and whatever in focus is always sharp. The colors and image processing is quite average. The OnePlus 5 has very sharp, fast and has huge dynamic range. There is a portrait mode from the secondary telephoto camera.

So beyond the design, camera and specs, a couple more minor things are new. The other stuff of OnePlus 5 is same as in the previous one plus phones. Moreover the battery is 3300 mAh is not bigger, as it actually 100 million power smaller than the 3T.

OnePlus 5 Display

The display here is 1080p AMOLED is probably the thing that’s going to get looked at as the biggest downside of the phone, while comparing it with the more expensive flagships. But here in the OnePlus 5, the display is quite good and bright enough. The 1080p display also means that the performance is a plus. A Snapdragon 835 with the Adreno 540 and 8 gigabyte of RAM of course all pushing near stock Android on a 1080p display with super smooth performance. As tons of Apps stays in a memory for a long time haven’t had any memory leaked issue. That is one of the credit to one plus of keeping the same software philosophy again.

With this phone, you can do things like switch between on screen or off screen with buttons. Moreover you can add widgets to the home screen or messing with the built in widgets. There is now a gaming do not disturb mode, which halts all banner notifications from popping up on certain Apps like games are open.

The camera App in the OnePlus 5 now has a pro mode, which lets you go full on with manual mode for everything like aperture focus distance, white balance and ISO etc. It shoots raw and even has the level with live histogram for exposure. The extended screen shot mode is pretty cool. As you start the extended screenshots mode and it literally starts scrolling infinitely until you tell it to stop.

OnePlus 5 Charging

The charging is still awesome, as it recharges as fast as any other smart phone out there. The vibration motor is a lot stronger, louder and more noticeable with improved microphones. For recording video in loud environment, this will do a better job.

The OnePlus 5 price in the US dollars is $479 (INR Rs. 30,800).

OnePlus 5 Featured

Launch – 2017, June 22nd

Display – 5.5 inches

Resolution – 1080 x 1920 pixels

Camera – Dual – 16 MP [ f/1.7] + 20 MP [f/2.6]

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