OnePlus today unveiled its flagship OnePlus 5 smartphone at an online event. It is the successor of the OnePlus 3T and has a completely new design compared to its predecessor. Check out the unboxing below.
OnePlus just introduced its flagship OnePlus 5 smartphone in several countries. It is now available for pre-order in the US, UK and Europe and ships from June 21 and goes on sale on June 27, but the company will reveal the price of the phone in India only on June 22nd before it goes on sale on Amazon.in. We’ve compiled a list of prices of the smartphone in various regions around the world and also managed to convert them to Indian Rupees (INR). By taking into account the international prices of the OnePlus 5, we expect the top end version with 8GB RAM to easily cost over Rs.35000 in India. The version with 6GB of RAM could cost upwards of Rs.31000. Continue reading “OnePlus 5 with up to 8GB RAM launched, India price could be more than Rs.35000”
OnePlus just introduced its flagship OnePlus 5 smartphone at an online event, as it had promised. It has a 5.5-inch 1080p Optic AMOLED display with DCI-P3 color coverage and has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection, is powered by an Octa-Core Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform and runs on Android 7.1.1 (Nougat) based Oxygen OS that brings new features including a new Reading Mode that uses gray-scale mapping, while filtering out blue light getting data from the ambient sensor promising a similar experience as a e-reader.
OnePlus is all set to introduce its flagship OnePlus 5 smartphone tomorrow. Press images of the phone had surfaced twice, now we have the third press render of the phone, thanks to @evleaks. This shows the metal unibody design with antennas moved to the top and the bottom of the back. The company already confirmed that it will have dual rear cameras and will be powered by Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform. Amazon India confirmed 8GB RAM for the smartphone.
As OnePlus gets ready to launch their next flagship, the company has left no stone unturned to build hype around the upcoming phone. From specifications to design and the camera, much has been said about the OnePlus 5. That said, in an offline first market like India, it is customer support & service that can often make or break a product. The company has now released a new video that talks about all the improvements and efforts that it has made to improve customer support.
With the OnePlus 5 right around the corner, the company has predictably been teasing and hyping up the feature set of their upcoming phone. There’s a lot that has been rumored and hinted at in whispered tones about the upcoming phone but these are the five features that we’ve heard about straight from the horse’s mouth. So without further ado, here are the top five features that we think you should know about the upcoming OnePlus 5. Continue reading “5 things you must know about the upcoming OnePlus flagship launch”
OnePlus 5 will go official in less than two weeks. The company already confirmed that the phone will be powered by Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform. Amazon India confirmed 8GB RAM for the smartphone. Now Geekbench listing has confirmed 8GB of RAM for the smartphone and it will run Android 7.1.1 (Nougat) out of the box. Continue reading “OnePlus 5 benchmark listings reveal 8GB and 6GB RAM versions, 1080p display and more”
Earlier today OnePlus announced that it will launch its flagship OnePlus 5 smartphone in India on June 22nd at 2PM, two days after the global online unveiling on June 20th. Now Amazon India has announced that it will be exclusively available with them and will be available for purchase on the launch day itself from 4 30PM on Amazon.in. Continue reading “OnePlus 5 will go on sale in India exclusively on Amazon on June 22, will come with 8GB RAM”
OnePlus is all set to introduce its new flagship OnePlus 5 smartphone on June 20th. Today, the first press render of the smartphone has surfaced, thanks to Android Police. This shows the top half of the smartphone in Black color, with dual rear cameras, LED flash and a secondary microphone. It has a 2.5D curved glass screen and a large front camera sensor. Continue reading “OnePlus 5 with dual rear cameras surface in first press render”
OnePlus today announced that it will introduce its flagship OnePlus 5 smartphone at an event on June 20th. The invite shows an image of the sea along with a small square that zooms on a part of it and a caption Focus on What Matters that clearly hits at dual rear cameras for the smartphone offering background blur. OnePlus has teamed up with DxO, a photography benchmark to enhance the camera on the OnePlus 5.
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OnePlus and Qualcomm are partnering again for the OnePlus 5. As the launch OnePlus’ next flagship is near, both these companies today confirmed that the smartphone will be powered by Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform. With the OnePlus 5, the company not only aims to offer smooth performance, it is also keen to fix touch latency issues that had been one of the main complaints with the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T smartphones.
OnePlus has announced that it is partnering with DxO, a photography benchmark to “enhance” the camera on the OnePlus 5. The company said with this partnership it is planning to “take things to the next level” for its upcoming flagship. Continue reading “OnePlus teams up with DxO for improved camera on OnePlus 5, prototype image surfaces”
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More details of OnePlus 5 along with an image have surfaced in a new leak. The latest image revealed by popular tipster Evan Blass via Gamesbeat suggests a pretty powerful successor to the OnePlus 3/OnePlus 3T.
Continue reading “OnePlus 5 with Snapdragon 835, 8GB RAM, 23MP rear camera surfaces”