The OnePlus 5, rival of other Smartphone and the biggest excellence of 2017. OnePlus 5 price in Bangladesh BDT tk. 45,990 for 6 GB RAM and 64 GB Internal Storage.This is the successor of previous of OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T. Recent leaked images of this phone create much excitement in everyone. The best flagship smartphone of OnePlus. OnePlus 5 Another name being Viral as Flagship Killar.
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OnePlus 5 Release date
After a vast amount of changes OnePlus 5 now going to be unveil. The Smartphone will be available from 20 June, 2017 and in India From 22nd June.
OnePlus 5 Price in Bangladesh
OnePlus 5 price in US $479, in India 36,999 rupee. OnePlus 5 price in Bangladesh BDT tk. 45,990 for 6 GB RAM and 64 GB Internal Storage.
OnePlus 5 Key Feature
|Display||5.5 inch, Optic AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors. Resulation 1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density). Corning Gorilla Glass 5, Oxygen OS, 7.3 mm Thickness|
|FrontCamera||16 MP, f/2.0, EIS (gyro), 1.0 µm pixel size, 1080p, Auto HDR|
|Back Camera||Dual 16 MP, f/1.7, EIS (gyro) + 20 MP, f/2.6, phase detection autofocus, 2x optical zoom, dual-LED flash|
|OS||Android 7.1.1 (Nougat)|
|Processor||Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 835
Octa-core (4×2.35 GHz Kryo & 4×1.9 GHz Kryo)
|Battery||Non-removable Li-Ion 3300 mAh battery|
|Memory||64 GB, 6 GB RAM or 128 GB, 8 GB RAM|
OnePlus 5 Unboxing
OnePlus 5 phone comes in the OnePlus style box where all the items are packed perfectly. Here you will get a OnePlus sticker and a super fast Dash charger as extra service.
According to the leaked image, can say that the design not that much different from 3/3T. But still there have more time till the release of this phone. In between this time there can have a more changes may be that we are not imagining right now. The new design changes are going to be a bit polarizing for some of you. While I’m certainly a fan of most of these changes, it is hard to deny that the OnePlus 5 heavily resembles an iPhone 7 Plus, especially with the addition of a dual camera system that’s similarly shaped and sits in the same location.
Full rounded bezel-free body. There is no radical change in the overall design of the phone. The OnePlus 3/3T was not the most radically efficient phone when it came to screen-to-body ratio, but it felt pleasingly compact in hand. For OnePlus 5 hope it will remain same as before.
the 5’s volume and alert slider are found on the left, the power button the right, the headphone jack on the bottom right, the USB Type-C port in the bottom center, and the speaker on the bottom left. Turning towards the front, the OnePlus 5 has a home button that functions as a fingerprint scanner, flanked by capacitive back and Recent Apps keys. The back key is on the left and the Recent Apps key is on the right by default, but you can flip the orientation if you prefer, via the Settings.
5.5-inch Optic AMOLED display, which is similar to what… almost all of OnePlus’ phones so far have employed. Resulation 1080 by 1920 pixel. Per inch pixel 401. Which is good enough. Judging from past experience, the display will likely be of the AMOLED type, which ensures excellent contrast and lowered power consumption in certain situations. 16M colors on screen, Where used Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
1080p 5.5-inch AMOLED panel with a 16:9 resolution. Also it is a step backwards on paper. Despite only being 1080p, the screen looks absolutely gorgeous and is probably the best Full HD panel ever to grace a smartphone.The display offers vibrant colors that are full of contrast and deep blacks. It gets very bright, too, so even direct sunlight isn’t a real issue.
Hardware & Performance
Whole performance of a phone specially for smatphone measure by how much better hardware used in it. After the announcing of Galaxy s8 and Galaxy s8+ there have been a changes on hardware of several branded smartphone. OnePlus 3/3T where uses snapdragon 820/821. But this time here is significant changes that In OnePlus 5 here uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. So there have no question left how good it will perform. About storage here is changes too.
First it was said to RAM 6GB and ROM 64GB. But it will be change to 8GB and 128 Gb. Battery power 3300mAh which is little much negative for this phone. But good thing of the smartphone is this phone comes with Dash charging Technology. Should have better than that.
OnePlus 5 through Geekbench, where it scored 1,950 on the single-core test and 6,707 on the multi-core test. Putting that into perspective, the Samsung Galaxy S8 scored 1945 when it through the single-core test, and 6711 on the multi-core. Obviously each time you run a benchmark, the score will vary a little, so factoring that in, the picture painted here is that the OnePlus 5 is every bit the performer that you’ll find with other new Android flagships.
For example, the LG G6 with its 13MP f/2.4 wide-angle is an excellent device that lets you go wider than usual, while Xiaomi mi 6 was also among the latest to join the trend by unveiling the dual-camera Mi 6. Back on the OnePlus 5, expect on rear camera whereas the front one is largely expected to be a 16MP just like on the OnePlus 3T.
Hopefully, OnePlus will go to greater lengths to amp up the camera game on its next phone aside from bumping resolution alone. Don’t get us wrong, the OnePlus 3/3T is a great Android device and all, but it could definitely use some improvement as far as image quality goes.
Most dual cameras either have the same resolution across both lenses or the secondary sensor is lower resolution. With the OnePlus 5 however, it’s the exact opposite. The main sensor is 16 megapixels with an f/1.7 aperture and electronic image stabilization. The secondary sensor is a 20 megapixel telephoto lens with a smaller f/2.6 aperture, though this lens doesn’t offer OIS or electronic stabilization.
Camera Performance (Sample Design)
OnePlus 5, as the software also has added a few improvements. First up, there’s a new portrait mode that simulates that nice blurry background or bokeh effect that you would normally get from a DSLR, while keeping the subject in razor sharp focus. Portrait mode pretty much works just as advertised. As long as you’re following the camera’s guidelines you can get some very convincing bokeh that creates a nice separation between the subject and the background.
For those that like as much control over the camera as possible, you’ll be happy to learn that the manual mode from the OnePlus 3 family has been replaced with a new pro mode that offers more control and a few nice enhancements. You can control all of the usual settings like ISO, white balance, shutter speed, focus, and exposure. But what I really like is the built-in histogram, the toggle to enable RAW directly on the viewfinder, and a horizon leveler to help you gauge when your shot is perfectly straight.
One of the best things about OnePlus has always been its software. The OnePlus 5 is running the latest version of the company’s OxygenOS, which is based on stock Android 7.1.1 Nougat with a few more customizations baked in than you’d find with “pure Google Android” software. When OxygenOS first hit the scene after the company’s relationship with the ill-fated Cyanogen went south, it was promising yet raw. Thankfully it’s come a long way since then. While much of it remains the same on the surface, you can expect more bug fixes and software optimization which lend to an incredibly snappy experience.
OnePlus 5 takes a small step backwards to 3,300 mAh.pretty much only on paper, as the OnePlus 5’s battery life is exceptionally good. That make the smartphone more active as well performer flagship smartphone.
The 3,300 mAh battery lasts me comfortably throughout an entire day even with heavy use. That includes using the camera, watching quite a bit of YouTube, gaming for several hours, streaming music at the gym, and all the other usual stuff like reading emails and checking social media. On a much lighter day I’ll typically end the day with around 50%. When that happens I won’t charge the phone until the next day, so it is completely possible to get a day and half out of this phone.
Even if you go at it super hard, the good news is that OnePlus’ Dash Charge is absolutely amazing. It takes only 30 minutes to get a 60% charge, and roughly an hour and 20 minutes to go from empty to full. The quick charging here is insanely quick and power efficient, making the charging process so much easier and convenient.
OnePlus 5 Best Feature
The YotaPhone is perhaps one of the most unique Android handsets ever made, thanks to its e-ink display on the back that’s designed to let you use your Android phone in a grayscale mode, without the inevitable battery life hit that comes with a regular LCD or AMOLED display. Amazon’s Kindle range is also very popular amongst book lovers for the same reasons.
No, the OnePlus 5 doesn’t have an e-ink display. It does however come with a handy Reading mode that makes staring at your phone much easier on the eyes. It does so by turning your phone’s display to grayscale, similar to what you’d find on an e-reader.This can be enabled on a per-app basis, system-wide in the settings menu, or on an ad-hoc basis using the shortcut in the notification menu.
Dash Charge is one of the fastest charging solutions for smartphones and can charge the OnePlus 5 to full in just 1 hour and 20 minutes using the proprietary cable and brick. By comparison, Qualcomm Quick Charge is built into the SoC and designed for easy compatibility across multiple OEMs, though doesn’t offer anywhere near the same speeds.
With modern smartphones capable of doing so much, it goes without saying that you might be worried about handing your phone over to a friend to use, whether briefly or for a long period of time. Similarly, with the current stigma around travel and access to your personal data, you might want to lock some apps away where prying eyes can’t access the data. Enter App locker, which is one of my favorite features on the OnePlus 5.App locker allows you to protect any app behind a PIN.
You can select which apps you’d like to add to the locker, and all your settings are located under Security>Privacy in the global settings menu.
App locker can be used in everyday scenarios where data privacy is important. Say, for instance, you…
- want to give your phone to your children to play games but don’t want to let them access everything on your phone.
- are a salesperson showing off your phone but want to prevent certain photos and data from being seen.
- have a nosy partner and don’t want them going through your messages.
The OnePlus 5’s App locker will help with all of these situations.
If there was only one feature that I could bring to all Android phones, it is the Alert Slider. Simply put, it’s arguably the most useful feature on the OnePlus 5. This allows you to flip between three predefined sound modes: normal, priority and silent.
Business etiquette suggests that you shouldn’t look away from your client or meeting host, just to put your phone on mute. Similarly, nobody wants to be that guy in a movie screen fumbling about trying to mute his phone while the bright screen distracts everyone.
Sure you can press and hold the volume down button to mute your phone without looking, but it’s not quite the same. Mainly, the volume button method requires you to look at your screen for confirmation and it only works when your phone is unlocked.
|Value of Money||8.50|
|Silky smooth performance||No expandable storage|
|Impressive dual camera setup||Lacks water resistance|
|Quick fingerprint sensor|
The smartphone is now available Globally in Online Shopping site.
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