Even though LG and Samsung had launched full screen design smartphones earlier in the year, OnePlus 5 came with a regular design. The device offers a great package for the price with improvements in low-light photography and, of course, the facial recognition feature.
It's worth noting that OnePlust 5T isn't a budget smartphone, but costs Rs 32,999 for 6GB RAM + 64GB ROM variant and Rs 37,999 for the 8GB + 128GB configuration model in India.
Those who are interested in picking one up can head over to the OnePlus website right now and purchase the OnePlus 5T. Designed with painstaking attention to detail, the 5T continues OnePlus design's proud tradition of refinement and total cohesion. Also, the company has stopped production of the OnePlus 5 by now, and many countries don't have it for sale anymore. According to the OnePlus.net site, the price sits at United States $499/£449/€499 for the 6GB/64GB version and United States $559/£499/€559 for the 8GB/128GB version. As for the OnePlus 6, its announcement is expected in the spring or summer of the coming year, complete with not yet represented Qualcomm CPU 845. The smartphone still has a 16MP front-facing camera along with a 16+20MP rear camera setup, the one seen with the OnePlus 5. All of this results in faster roll out of the updates to end users. This leads to easier and faster customisation of Android by OEMs.More news: Consumer group warns of 'Trouble in Toyland'
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For the OnePlus 5T, the company introduced a major redesign by introducing a "bezel-less" design featuring a 6-inch 18:9 aspect ratio display.
If you check the video, the teardown does show that OnePlus may have been thinking of waterproofing ─ but it was not implemented.
Newly added to OxygenOS is "Face Unlock", which allows OnePlus users to unlock their smartphone just by looking at their device.
Rest of the deal stays put.