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OnePlus 5T Reviews

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Display: 6.01 inches Optic AMOLED, 1080 x 2160 pixels, 18:9 ratio
Camera: Dual: 16 MP (f/1.7, 27mm)+ 20 MP (f/1.7, 27mm)
Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
Storage: 6GB RAM, 64GB Internal Storage (also available in 8GB RAM, 128GB)
Software: Oxygen OS 4.7 based on Android 7.1.1 (Nougat)
Security: Rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, Face unlock
Battery: 3300 mAh battery, fast charging
Price: Php 26,990.00 | Get it here

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“The OnePlus 5T is refreshing! Design and screen now looks more modern than ever and it still has that flagship worthy specifications and features. OnePlus has even improved the camera specs of this beast. This could be a HUGE hit!” -Peter Jan Icogo

👍 Design is now sleeker than ever; Fingerprint scanner is quick, USB Type-C works;  OnePlus updated its dual rear cameras;
👎 Camera humps could have been slimmer; Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS instead of the newer Android Oreo

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“It essentially is the OnePlus 5 without EIS that is being offered for the same price. If you’re in the market for the fastest Android phone right now, the OnePlus 5T is definitely the best option there is.” -Ceasar, Manila Shaker

👍 Benchmark scores are exceedingly high for its price;  Colors are vibrant without being over-saturated; Oxygen OS is arguably the fastest and most responsive of Android ROM’s I have used thus far
👎 Oxygen OS 4.7 is not built on top of Oreo; removed EIS for OxygenOS 4.7



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“With everything that the OnePlus 5T has going for it, it’s really hard not to recommend the device if you’re looking for a phone with loads of raw power under the hood. Sure, it’s got a couple of features missing that other flagships, the audio on the device could definitely use some work, and the cameras aren’t quite at the flagship level yet but those are some things we’re willing to overlook given the price tag for either of the two variants.” -Jamie Inocian, Unbox

👍 Fingerprint scanner is easily accessible and unlocks the phone fast; Face Unlock works even faster; Great display; OxygenOS is still a delight; Great lasting power for the capacity
👎 Lacks water and dust resistance; Mediocre audio

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“It is not a perfect phone and the OnePlus 5T has its fair share of shortcomings — like the absence of microSD card expansion or lack of water resistance, but it certainly makes up for the affordable price tag. You can’t anything better than this in its price category and for that alone, we definitely agree that the OnePlus 5T easily takes the crown for the budget flagship title.” -Abe Olandres, Yugatech

👍 Nice, simple design; Great performance; Good dual camera setup; Good price for a flagship; Impressive battery life; Fast charging
👎 Lacks water resistance; No microSD card expansion slot; No wireless charging support

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“Is the OnePlus 5T a worthy upgrade to the 5? I’d say yes. The new design looks great with the 18:9 display, the improved cameras truly shine, stellar gaming performance, software that gives you a stock experience while keeping the essential features, and great battery life. The only real downside to this device is that the storage isn’t expandable using a microSD card.” -Emman Tortoza, Gadget Pilipinas

👍 Top-notch performance in general tasks and gaming; Front and rear camera performance; Almost stock Android experience; Great battery life; Competitively priced
👎 No microSD card support; Audio profile switch is a good idea but might fail with frequent use; No portrait mode on front camera

See first impressions here

“Now that the OnePlus 5T has finally arrived with an 18:9 aspect ratio, nearly border-less display, and some changes to its dual-camera setup, it will surely be on the wish lists of those people who are looking for a flagship phone for a lower asking price. But for those who already owns a OnePlus 5, we think it is not the right time to for you to upgrade since there are no major changes with the overall specification. Not unless you want a nearly border-less display and better lowlight camera.” -Darwin Del Rosario, Filipino Tech Addict


Arrangement is according to date of publish, from earliest to latest.


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