/Non official/ OnePlus 5 Discussion Thread


Apart from top of the line specification, what other feature you want to see in next One Plus phone?

Poll closed Jun 21, 2017.
  1. Waterproof

    1,751 vote(s)
  2. Dual Camera

    527 vote(s)
  3. Dual Curved Screen

    348 vote(s)
  4. Higher Resolution Display

    676 vote(s)
  5. Better Camera

    1,304 vote(s)
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. crunchor
    Honeycomb May 29, 2017

    crunchor , May 29, 2017 :
    OnePlus always uses some existing sensor in market. So far all duo camera in android market are very cheap kind. Look at G6, Mi6. G6 sensor size is even just 1/3 which were used in $120 phone red mi pro (and that redmi pro was in market like 6 months before G6).

  2. 36dbldz
    Honeycomb May 29, 2017

  3. iNtEnSePL
    KitKat May 29, 2017

    iNtEnSePL , May 29, 2017 :
    not much can be said from this cropped piece of photo. unknown conditions, unknown competition, larger objects, and ones that are closer on the right. Not a fair contest if you ask me.

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  4. Batfink32
    Honeycomb May 29, 2017

  5. SoniaB
    Nougat Senior Moderator May 29, 2017

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  6. rahulhtd
    Gingerbread May 29, 2017

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  7. SoniaB
    Nougat Senior Moderator May 29, 2017

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  8. optical
    OnePlus 7 Pro Sample Shot Photographer May 29, 2017

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  9. Meckoyy
    Gingerbread May 29, 2017

    Meckoyy , May 29, 2017 :
    #OnePlus5 is coming soon and we couldn't be more excited that it's powered by #Snapdragon 835. [e]270b[/e] https://t.co/Q4srf6LrqCpic.twitter.com/DP41b2jtcq

    — Qualcomm (@Qualcomm) May 24, 2017

    The tweet from Qualcomm brings new credence to a leaked benchmark published by GSM Arena earlier this month.

    The alleged Geekbench benchmark test showed the OnePlus 5 outperforming the Samsung Galaxy S8.

    Geekbench scores are designed to help users quickly compare performance across different computers and different platforms without getting bogged down in details of specs.

    When comparing scores – higher scores are better, and double the score indicates double the performance.

    The leaked benchmark for the OnePlus 5 shows a 1963 single-core performance, and 6687 in the multi-core test.

    That's pretty much toe-to-toe with the Galaxy S8 got when it comes to single-core performance, 1978.

    However, the OnePlus 5 purportedly speeds ahead when it comes to the multi-core score, where the Samsung Galaxy S8 clocks in at 6375.

    Since the OnePlus 5 will be powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset as the Galaxy S8, this difference in power is most likely due to more RAM in the OnePlus.

    The OnePlus 5 will also run a different version of Android 7.1 Nougat.

    OnePlus 5 is also tipped to sport a dual camera set-up, fingerprint scanner, and 64GB of expandable storage



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  10. xAphex
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 29, 2017

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  11. Meckoyy
    Gingerbread May 29, 2017

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  12. JasonMR
    Lollipop May 29, 2017

    JasonMR , May 29, 2017 :
    Easy on the "we"...

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  13. Meckoyy
    Gingerbread May 29, 2017

  14. SimonRam
    Lollipop May 29, 2017

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  15. SimonRam
    Lollipop May 29, 2017

    SimonRam , May 29, 2017 :
    It doesn't really matter though does it?

  16. Meckoyy
    Gingerbread May 29, 2017

    Meckoyy , May 29, 2017 :
    being a user of OnePlus..atleast take a moment to appreciate..rather than who cares...

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  17. JasonMR
    Lollipop May 29, 2017

    JasonMR , May 29, 2017 :
    But you seem to be the only person in thread that does care... Just saying...

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  18. Meckoyy
    Gingerbread May 29, 2017

    Meckoyy , May 29, 2017 :
    hmm yea maybe...

  19. SimonRam
    Lollipop May 29, 2017

    SimonRam , May 29, 2017 :
    I appreciate my phone is as fast as I need it to be.
    10% incremental increases in real time usage doesn't turn me on.
    It's not like we're talking Pentium 2 to i7 now is it?

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  20. ut2000
    Honeycomb May 29, 2017

    ut2000 , May 29, 2017 :

    Doesn't matter. The worse image could have been taken with a shoe or the good looking one could have been edited.

    Good one, OnePlus.