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  • Test av OnePlus 5

    Plus

    • Bäst prestanda på marknaden
    • Rikligt med RAM och lagringsminne
    • Fortfarande relativt prisvärd
    • Bra material- och byggkvalitet
    • OxygenOS ett av de bästa tillverkargränssnitten
    • Dagsljusbilder, när allt klaffar

    Minus

    • Relativt lågupplöst och ålderstigen skärm
    • Saknar betydande vattenresistens
    • Saknar trådlös laddning
    • Ojämn kameramjukvara
    • Dåliga mörkerbilder
    • Aningen buggig

    Score Details

    • 9/10: Gränssnitt/Mjukvara
    • 9/10: Byggkvalitet
    • 7/10: Skärm
    • 7/10: Kamera
    • 10/10: Prestanda
    • 9/10: Batteritid

    10 mån sedan
  • OnePlus 5

    Plus

    • Extremt snabb
    • Fantastisk kamera

    Minus

    • Kort batteritid

    9 mån sedan
  • OnePlus 5

    Plus

    • The OnePlus 5 is affordable and super fast, with an 18-hour battery. Its camera takes great portraits and low-light shots.

    Minus

    • It costs more than any previous model, its design isn't anything special and it doesn’t have expandable storage.

    Conclusion
    The OnePlus 5 is outstanding, especially for the price; no other phone gives you the same bang for the buck.

    10 mån sedan
  • OnePlus 5 Review : The big risk pays off

    Plus

    • Value for price is good
    • Photos are decent
    • Software is snappy
    • OxygenOS features helpful, non-intrusive

    Minus

    • Video quality is lacking
    • Lack of hardware color choices
    • Trending away from OnePlus top-value roots

    11 mån sedan
  • OnePlus 5

    Plus

    • Speedy performance
    • Solid dual-sensor camera with wide and telephoto lenses
    • Excellent battery life
    • Highly customizable software
    • Dual-SIM support

    Minus

    • Modest 1080p screen
    • No waterproofing or expandable storage
    • Doesn't support gigabit LTE

    Conclusion
    The OnePlus 5 is an attractive unlocked phone with fast performance, solid camera capabilities, and excellent battery life, but it's not as strong a value as previous models.

    11 mån sedan
  • OnePlus 5 review

    Conclusion The OnePlus 5 is a logical refinement of the young company’s back catalogue. It marries solid design with excellent software in a package under £500. But a year ago, it did this all for a sliver over £300. The phone feels like the end of OnePlus phase one and a bridge to whatever the company does next. It might not be the obvious bargain price OnePlus is known for but it's still significantly cheaper, is incredibly fast and has improved cameras. There are downsides with no waterproofing, Quad HD screen or wireless charging. We strongly recommend considering this phone if you’ve been tempted by the Galaxy S8 or LG G6 but can't stretch to them – the fact it’s in that conversation is testament to OnePlus’ continuing impressive achievements.

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    OnePlus 5 Android smartphone

    Minus

    • No ingress protection
    • No microSD slot for expansion
    • No stereo speakers

    11 mån sedan
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    OnePlus 5 review: The flagship-killer's coming of age

    Plus

    • Solid build
    • Fast and fluid performance
    • Vibrant display and the super-fast Dash Charge

    Minus

    • Still no QHD screen
    • Phone is more expensive than previous models

    Conclusion It's impossible to look at the OnePlus 5 and not see the price hike this year. Last year's first flagship cost £309. Then the OnePlus 3T launched at £399. With the OnePlus 5 that's up again, to £449 for the Slate Grey 6GB/64GB model. In the space of 12 months, OnePlus has increased the price of its best phone by £140 - which is just over 45 per cent.With that said, when you compare the OnePlus 5 to what it's competing with, it's still very good value for money. The Midnight Black model with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage (as reviewed here) costs a little more again, at £499. But compare that to an iPhone 7 Plus or the Pixel XL with the same storage and you're effectively saving £320 by comparison.Besides, we can't get solely hung up on the price difference. Sure, the OnePlus 5 is more expensive than the series has been in the past, but it's a brilliant phone. It's better than any OnePlus before it by quite a margin, too, thanks to great software, ultra-powerful loadout, a refined design and some great features.It's clear OnePlus is no longer the plucky upstart. It's a proper, grown up company. And the OnePlus 5 is a fitting flagship: a sophisticated, grown-up flagship that's still great value for money.Alternatives to considerGoogle Pixel XLSpec the Google Pixel XL to the same storage option as the OnePlus 5 and you'll have to pay considerably more for it. Still, those wanting a pure Android experience in excellent hardware will love this phone. What's more, you'll get upgraded to the latest and greatest versions of Android way before OnePlus manages to get its OxygenOS updated to the same version. Read the full review: Google Pixel XL review: Android's new heavyweight championiPhone 7 Plus On the hardware front, there are so many comparisons between the iPhone and OnePlus 5. It has the same size and resolution screen, and it has a similar dual camera make-up. It's even roughly the same thickness. Apart from the price difference, the main reason for considering the iPhone is the software. iOS is quite different to Android, and you'll always be on the latest software. Read the full review: Apple iPhone 7 Plus review: Big changes from the big iPhoneHTC U11HTC surprised us all this year with the U11. It may have a bit of a gimmick feature thrown in, but it's a very capable piece of hardware. The Liquid surface finish is really eye-catching, it has a bright, big screen and is powered by the same Snapdragon 835 processor as the OnePlus 5. Read the full review: HTC U11 review: Flagship glory, with a gimmick squeezed in