It has been the only couple of years OnePlus has grown to meet user demand. OnePlus 3 and OpePlus 3T was launched in earlier 2016, and after those flagships, they made a perfect place on the smartphone market. At this moment, the OnePlus flagship is the OnePlus 5, but not the OnePlus 4 as many users expected. There are two possibilities of disappearing the OnePlus 4. Either it is because OnePlus 5 is the fifth generation flagship or 4 is the word for bad luck in China which isn’t entirely unknown. Today OpePlus introduced their OpePlus 5 on the UK, and the final release on the market will be 22nd June. From the specifications and the prices, OnePlus 5 is going to be the unbeatable smartphone in this year. Here are some incredible features of OnePlus 5 that will blow your mind.

Price:
There’s information to go on when it comes to the OnePlus 5, but various researchers considerations estimated a tag of around $500 and another price hiked as the 3T costs $440. In the UK, that could mean a jump from the current price of £399 up to around £449. However, this is still cheaper than racing flagships, of course.

Performance:
OnePlus 5 has 2.35GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core 64-bit processor, which multi-core benchmark result is better than Samsung Galaxy S8. This unites with an Adreno 540 GPU. The Snapdragon 835 is the latest and only Qualcomm processor to be made with a 10nm means, which will bring various enhancements including performance and efficiency. Where Samsung S8 has 4GB of RAM, and OnePlus 5 is coming with 6GB and 8GB of RAM.

Coolest features and specs:
OnePlus 5 has 8GB of DDR4 RAM and 5.5-inch Quad-HD AMOLED display. The operating system is Oxygen OS, based on Android 7.1 Nougat and battery is 4000mAh with dash charge.
More evidence that we are going to see some high performance arrives from Tech Radar, which says they got some information from trusted source close to OnePlus concerning about app load times in corresponding to its rivals. The source reported, “The results are encouraging for the fledgling smartphone label, with the OnePlus 5 taking times faster than its rivals in most of the app loading tests.”.
Carl Pei has announced the OnePlus 5 is continuing to have an AMOLED display, and we assume OnePlus to stick to its 5.5in dimensions. Moreover, it moved to a Quad-HD screen continues to be seen, but the company must consider holding on to its value royalty and having the necessary specifications for mobile VR – an extensive level we know OnePlus will want to get in on.

The OnePlus 5 has a 16 MP f/1.7 first camera matched with a 20 MP f/2.6 ‘telephoto’ lens, both handling Sony sensors. So the company has not gone the direction taken by LG for its flagships, nor has it moved in the footprints of Huawei. Preferably, the correspondence between the OnePlus 5 and the iPhone 7 Plus goes farther than just the way their backs look
The company addressed on its blog that it would be partnering with DxO for the upcoming phone, which is a very good sign.
“We are delighted to announce that we have hauled up with DxO to improve your photography practice with our upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 5. DxO is perhaps most well-known for designing the defining photography benchmark, the DxOMark. They have got years of imaging experience and expertise, both for professional cameras and for smartphones,” it addressed.

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