It has been several months since the first glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2, a flip phone running Android, surfaced on the ‘net.
The much anticipated OnePlus 5 was unveiled by the Never Settle company earlier this week, and it is slated to go on sale in the US and Europe from next week. Considering the hype surrounding the handset, the OnePlus 5 will likely end up surpassing its predecessor, the OnePlus 3, in terms of sales.
Last week, Samsung officially announced an Early Access Program for Bixby Voice in the United States, meant for owners of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.
While LG has already launched one flagship this year, it has another high-end lineup of handsets that are waiting for their latest installment to arrive.
The OnePlus 5 will start making its hands into the hands of ‘Early Bird’ buyers from later this week. But the system dump of the handset has already made its way online and official wallpapers from the handset have been extracted from it as well for owners of other Android devices to enjoy.
Benchmarks are a bane to the world of smartphones. While they numerically suggest the maximum performance a device can deliver, the numbers typically do not correlate to how it performs in the real world. For example, a device with a 40,000 score in a benchmark suite is not twice as fast as a device with a 20,000 score in the real world. There is no doubt that the recently launched OnePlus 5 is a fast smartphone, thanks to the combination of the Snapdragon 835 chip, 6 or 8GB RAM, fast UFS 2.1 storage, a modest 1080p display, and bloatware-free Android. But alas, the company seems to have faltered yet again in artificially inflating benchmark scores in a bid to showcase a numerical superiority.
The OnePlus 5 is out following months of leaks and hype surrounding it. Successor to the OnePlus 3/3T, the OnePlus 5 is packed to the brim with top-notch internals including a dual-camera setup at the rear, a Snapdragon 835 chipset, and 6/8GB RAM.
OnePlus has always been known for packing their phones with top-notch specs with a hard to beat price tag. The company’s latest flagship killer, the OnePlus 5, is no different as it features Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 835 chip, 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, and speedy UFS 2.1 storage.
OnePlus has never really included an IR blaster on its devices starting right from the OnePlus One. But has the company made an exception with the OnePlus 5 this year?
The OnePlus 5 was made official by the Never Settle company today, and just like its predecessor the OnePlus 3T, the phone looks very impressive. If you are interested in buying the OnePlus 5 and want details about its availability, price, and release date, we have got you covered.