7 Reasons Why ONE PLUS 5T is the best android phone(Amazing discount offers available)

REVIEW: The OnePlus 5T is not only a bargain, it’s the best Android phone you can buy at any price

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1The 5T’s fast-charging feature works better than those of its rivals

OnePlus’ Dash Charge fast-charging feature should be the standard for all smartphones. It essentially keeps all the heat-emitting elements of charging in the adapter itself, so the phone doesn’t get hot when it’s plugged in.

In addition to keeping the 5T cool, the feature allows it to charge faster than rival devices. Other Android phones with fast charging will slow down their charging when they get hot to prevent overheating.

Additionally, I have no complaints about the 5T’s battery life.

2 Its portrait mode works well too.

the 5T’s portrait mode, which blurs out the background behind a subject, is very good.

Like that on the Pixel 2 — but in contrast to the same feature on the latest iPhones — the 5T’s portrait mode does a great job of keeping the entire subject in focus.

3 It has a very good camera.

The 5T’s camera compares favorably to that of other top phones. The pictures it makes are similar to those of Apple’s iPhones; the color palette is warm in tone compared to the pictures shot with Google’s Pixel 2 devices, which yield photos with more neutral tones. It’s HDR — high dynamic range — feature works very well, bringing out great details in the shadows of brightly lit shots.

The 5T has a 16-megapixel primary camera. Nominally, that’s superior to the cameras in other top Android phones, which typically are 12-megapixel shooters. But I didn’t see much of a benefit in terms of added sharpness from those additional pixels.

Like many other recent phones, the OnePlus has a dual-lens camera system. Its secondary camera is a 20-megapixel one. Instead of using the secondary camera to offer an optical zoom feature, like the latest iPhones do and the previous OnePlus phone did, the 5T uses it to improve photos shot in dim light.

The result is pretty good. Low-light photos shot with the 5T are sharper than those taken with previous OnePlus phones. However, both Samsung’s Galaxy phones and the Pixel 2 do a better job in low light.

A low light photo was taken with the OnePlus 5T.

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4The 5T has a facial recognition feature — and it works almost too well.

The 5T is the first OnePlus phone that comes with facial recognition. The company nailed the feature, but it works almost too well.

When I press the power button on the 5T, the phone immediately unlocks and goes straight to my home screen. There’s no indication that it’s trying to recognize my face first. It works so fast, it’s almost disconcerting. It feels like the feature isn’t even turned on, and I don’t have any security measures in place.

In fact, the facial recognition feature works so well I hardly ever see the lock screen on the 5T or the notifications it displays there. The only time I tend to see the lock screen is when I’m in a very dark area and the phone has trouble recognizing my face.

Because the facial recognition feature works so well, I had to change how I check notifications. At first, I started angling the 5T away from my face, so it wouldn’t unlock while I was going through my lock-screen alerts. Realizing that was ridiculous, I now check my alerts by pulling down the Android notifications shade after my phone unlocks and view them there.

To be sure, as good as the 5T’s facial recognition system is, it’s not on par with Apple’s Face ID technology that’s on the iPhone X. The 5T didn’t recognize my face when I was wearing sunglasses, for example. That made me doubt whether it would recognize users when they got haircuts or were wearing makeup.

Still, the 5T has one big advantage over the iPhone X — it has a fingerprint sensor also. So if its facial recognition system doesn’t work for you, you can always use your fingers to unlock it.

5The phone’s performance is stellar.

Hiding underneath the 5T’s minimalist outer shell you’ll find specs that are as good or better than those of most of its rivals.

Like many of its newest competitors, the 5T includes Qualcomm’s powerful Snapdragon 835 processor. But it has more memory than most of its rivals. Most top Android smartphones come with 4GB of RAM. By contrast, the base model of the 5T has 6GB and the top model has a whopping 8GB.

The more memory a device has, the faster it can typically switch between apps. And the 5T’s extra RAM may make a difference if you customize your phone with software that offers a greater range of Android design and setting options.

I’ve been testing the higher-end model of the 5T, which costs $560 and comes with 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. I actually haven’t noticed much of a difference in performance between it and the Pixel 2 XL, which has the same processor and half the RAM.

6The 5T’s screen is great, especially considering the device’s price.

The 5T’s display is on par with those of other top Android smartphones. It has a 6-inch AMOLED screen with an 18:9 aspect ratio. That’s more elongated than the typical smartphone screen from as recently as last year.

Some spec-scrutinizers may think the 1080p resolution on the 5T’s display doesn’t match up well with the 1440p resolution offered on most other Android flagship devices. But you’d be hard-pressed to notice much of a difference when actually comparing the phones side-by-side.

The 5T’s display is beautiful. Its vibrant colors, and brightness and contrast levels equal those of displays on phones that cost $350 more.

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7 The OnePlus 5T looks great.

Design-wise, the 5T doesn’t out. But that’s a good thing. It includes most of the latest design features of other contemporary phones, including narrow top and bottom borders around its screen and a metallic back. Combined, those elements make for a minimalistic, almost generic, design. It’s functional, not flashy.

What is noticeable, though, is just how thin the 5T is compared to other top Android phones. On paper, the 7.3mm thick 5T may not seem that much thinner than Google’s 7.9mm Pixel 2 XL or Samsung’s 8.6mm Galaxy Note 8. But those fractions of a millimeter do make a noticeable difference.

That thinness combined with its light weight make the 5T supremely comfortable to use.


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