- Two variants priced at Rs 32,999 and Rs 37,999
- 6GB and 8GB RAM on offer
- Massive 128GB internal storage in the higher version
Yes, there are a number of smart phones in the market from established players, but, if anyone came, saw and conquered, it has to be the Chinese phone maker, OnePlus. Right from the OnePlus 1 to its latest iteration, the OnePlus 5, each phone has been an absolute firecracker. The latest introduction from the OnePlus covers almost every aspect that one would need from a Smartphone. But, what is it about this phone that makes it stand out of the barrage of smartphones available in the country. Let’s find out!
Firecracker Performance at value for money pricing
The OnePlus 5 is offered with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor mated to the Adreno 540 GPU. This coupled with the whopping 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage would ensure you’re never out of performance or space. All this at a price of Rs 37,999 inclusive of all taxes. Now, isn’t that value-for-money? We let you decide!
One of the best dual camera setup in the business
If there was one huge drawback with the OnePlus 3T, it was the rather obsolete camera. However, the case with the OnePlus 5 is very different as the engineers behind the development of this phone put some serious thought into the camera setup. The OnePlus 5 has a 16MP f/1.7 sensor with a 20MP f/2.6 sensor as the rear camera setup. What this translates into is that the OnePlus 5 can actually take photos with proper depth of view, blurring out the surrounding objects while keeping the focus on the subject intact.
Now you would not have to worry about carrying your bulky camera for a weekend getaway. Selfies are also equally good thanks to the 16MP front camera. They may not be as crisp as the rear camera’s shots, but, these pictures are still appreciable.
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The convenience of umpteen features
Want to start the navigation by just performing a gesture and not going through the hassle of unlocking your phone and then going to the app? Or want to mute your phone in the middle of a meeting by the putting it face down? These and a lot of features available on tap in the OnePlus 5.
Battery backup and dash charger are an absolute blessing
Agreed the battery is only 3,300mAh, 100 mAh lesser than the OnePlus 3T. However, the OnePlus 5 has a host of tricks up its sleeve. When the phone isn’t at its full potential, the clocking speed of the processor and RAM are scaled down. Talk about being a smartphone.
So, in case you are looking at purchasing a phone in the Rs 30,000 to Rs 40,000 price bracket, the OnePlus 5 should be on your consideration list.