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OnePlus 5T Review

OnePlus 5T Review

There have been some leaks over the past few weeks when it comes to OnePlus's latest flagship, but it still hasn't killed any excitement. At the company's event in New York today, OnePlus has officially unveiled its latest phone, the OnePlus 5T. Featuring super modern slimmed-down bezels in an extended 18:9 display (with a new "Sunlight Display" feature), improved low-light camera performance, and a new Face Unlock feature, all starting at $499.

Overall the new OnePlus 5T, as the name would suggest, is quite similar to the OnePlus 5.
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The only real differences are a new taller display with narrower bezels and rounded corners, some tweaks to the rear camera configuration, and a relocation for the fingerprint sensor to the back of the phone. Apart from that, it's mostly the same as the T-less model. And that's not a bad thing, the OnePlus 5 was a great phone, earning our "Most Wanted" honorific.
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The 5T might not be a huge step up over the 5, but it packs the latest flagship specs into an affordable package. The only potential downsides are the loss of the capacitive buttons on the front, if you're into that sort of thing. The 5T's smaller bezels probably weren't able to accommodate hardware keys, so anyone interested in grabbing this new model will have to learn to love software navigation keys.
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The 5T might not be a huge step up over the 5, but it packs the latest flagship specs into an affordable package. The only potential downsides are the loss of the capacitive buttons on the front, if you're into that sort of thing. The 5T's smaller bezels probably weren't able to accommodate hardware keys, so anyone interested in grabbing this new model will have to learn to love software navigation keys.


Software should be mostly the same as the OnePlus 5. The only significant difference we noticed is the inclusion of a new Face Unlock system. Apart from that, it's the same Oxygen OS you've known and loved.

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