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Review OnePlus 5

This is the OnePlus 5 and just like every smartphone in the past three years there's been leaks, there's been rumors, there's been renders, there's been speculation, but now it's real it's here in the flesh and this is everything you need to know.

So One Plus his history is actually pretty limited and they're a young small company and because they're a small company they actually don't have the access to all this super high-end tech that the Apple and Samsung and Motorola's and HTC of the world do. That's a disadvantage but the advantage to being a small company is you can actually listen to what your core fan base and what your core customers actually want and try to give them that exact product.

So OnePlus 5 is another incremental improvement over OnePlus 3t with a few big bullet point changes and a couple minor touch-ups. So first thing you'll notice is the insane specs.
You can tell it's an enthusiast brand here
- snapdragon 835
- Adreno 546
- 6 or 8 gigabytes of ram at 64 or 128 gigabytes of storage
- a dual camera system on the back - 16 and 20 megapixel cameras
- bluetooth 5.0
- a 3300 milliamp hour battery
-  a 5.5 inch 1080p AMOLED display

and of course an updated unibody metal design.

You saw the renders and then you saw all the replies you probably saw all the YouTube comments:
OnePlus 5 from the back it looks like an iPhone, they're copying Apple, they've become a copycat company. I don't see it, I only agree with some of this, I mean obviously the render is when we saw them from that one angle that obviously looks like an iPhone because it's got the dual camera system up in the top left corner. Okay I get that but honestly if you look at the whole entire body of the phone it does....

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