The excellent OnePlus 5 may only be a year old, but it’s now officially dead and its replacement has arrived: the OnePlus 5T. The new phone is very similar in size to the OnePlus 5 but has a few new features.
The first is a glossy new 6in edge-to-edge display with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,160. The second is the fact that the fingerprint reader has moved to the rear of the phone from the front. And the third is that OnePlus has changed the way the dual camera works. It’s no longer a wide-angle/telephoto combo; instead, the OnePlus 5T’s second camera is designed to help out in low light.
There’s also face unlocking and software improvements that mean you can run two instances or Twitter or Instagram side-by-side.
The best news, however, is that OnePlus has kept the price for the OnePlus 5T at the same level as the OnePlus 5. It’s still £449 for the regular 64GB storage model and £499 for the 128GB model meaning it retains its crown as king of the mid-range smartphones.
OnePlus 5 is around 51000taka in Bangladesh
OnePlus 5 review
OnePlus, it seems, has suffered from a severe case of tetraphobia. That is, the superstitious fear of using the number 4. The Chinese manufacturer’s latest isn’t called the Oneplus4, as you’d expect the phone succeeding the Oneplus 3T
|Processor||Octa-core 2.45GHz / 1.8GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 835|
|RAM||6 / 8GB|
|Screen resolution||1,920 x 1,080|
|Rear camera||20-megapixel, 16-megapixel|
|Memory card slot (supplied)||N/A|
|Dimensions||154 x 74 x 7.3mm|
|Operating system||Android 7.1|