OnePlus 5T passes the torture test with flying colours

OnePlus 5T passes the torture test with flying colours

Smartphone OnePlus the OnePlus is different from 5 5T only screen in the new model, its constraints became markedly thinner, and he rose from 5.5 to 6 inches and received permission Full HD+ instead of the usual Full HD. In what could be the bad news for OnePlus fans and users, the company has confirmed the absence of Google's Project Treble from its software rollout process in the future. The secondary telephoto lens of the OnePlus 5 has been switched with a standard lens which boasts an aperture of f/1.7 to offer low-light photography prowess to the device.

For those unaware, Project Treble was launched by Google in May this year along side Android 8.0 Oreo. Last year's upgrade from the OP3 to the OP3T however did not seem as necessary as it is this year. Additionally, on signing-in to Amazon Prime Video app with your OnePlus 5T, customers can earn Amazon Pay Balance worth Rs 250. Why wouldn't it? OnePlus launched the 5T at the same launch price as its predecessor, even though the new handset bagged upgrades such as new design, camera improvements and new facial unlocking software. Project Treble, which was first announced by Google back in May, will separate Android Oreo OS code from the manufacturer's own hardware code. Moving forward, the metal frame of the OnePlus 5T help it surviving the bend test.

The new OnePlus smartphone is backed by the same battery as the OnePlus 5. This leads to easier and faster customisation of Android by OEMs.

While it's true the OnePlus 5T falls short in a few areas, namely the display screen resolution, wireless charging and waterproofing, the lack of Android Oreo out of the box is the worst mistake OnePlus did and it's doing nothing at all to make amends. It comes in 6GB / 8GB of RAM and 64GB / 128GB variants.

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