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OnePlus 5 A5000 - Black - 8GB RAM + 128 GB - 5.5 inch - International Version - No Warranty (Black)
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- OnePlus 5 A5000 (China Model), Operating System: OxygenOS based on Android™ Nougat, CPU: Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835, Quad Core, Kryo™: 2x 2.35 GHz, 2x 1.6 GHz, Storage: 128GB/ 8GB LPDDR4, Sensors: Fingerprint sensor, Hall sensor, Accelerometor, Gyroscope, Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor and Electronic Compass. Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by).
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carrier such as AT&T and T-Mobile, but are not compatible with CDMA carriers such as Verizon and Sprint.
- Please check if your GSM cellular carrier supports the bands for this model before purchasing, LTE may not be available in all regions: WCDMA: Bands 1/2/5/8, FDD-LTE : Bands 1/3/5/7/8, TDD-LTE: Bands 38/39/40/41, TD-SCDMA : Bands 34/39, CDMA EVDO: BC0.
- This device may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international items. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
- The box contains: Your new device, USB cable, Charger, Documentation.
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|Screen Size||5.5 in||5.8 in||5.5||5.5 in|
|Item Dimensions||—||2.68 x 5.86 x 0.31 in||2.99 x 6.09 x 0.31 in||2.98 x 6.06 x 0.31 in|
|Item Weight||—||5.36 ounces||5.96 ounces||5.96 ounces|
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Dimensions: 154.2 x 74.1 x 7.25 mm
Material: Anodized Aluminum
Color: Midnight Black / Slate Gray
Operating System: OxygenOS based on Android™ Nougat CPU: Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 (Octa-core, 10nm, up to 2.45GHz)
GPU: Adreno 540
RAM: 6/8GB LPDDR4X
Storage: 64/128GB UFS 2.1 2-LANE Notification Light: RGB LED notification light
Viberation: Haptic vibration motor
Sensors: Fingerprint, Hall, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Proximity,
RGB Ambient Light Sensor, Electronic Compass, Sensor Hub
Ports: USB 2.0, Type-C, Support USB Audio
Dual nano-SIM slot
3.5mm audio jack
Battery: 3300 mAh (non-removable) Dash Charge (5V 4A)
Buttons: Capacitive hardware keys and on-screen
3-microphone with noise cancellation
Dirac HD Sound®
Dirac Power Sound®
DL 3CA/256QAM, UL CA/64QAM Supports up to DL CAT12/ UL CAT13(600Mbps/150Mbps) depending on carrier support
FDD LTE: Band 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/18/19/20/25/26/28/29/30/66
TDD LTE: Band 38/39/40/41
TD-SCDMA: Band 34/39
UMTS(WCDMA): Band 1/2/4/5/8 CDMA EVDO: BC0,GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Wi-Fi: 2x2 MIMO, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4G/5G
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.0, support aptX & aptX HD
NFC: NFC enabled
Positioning: GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou
Top customer reviews
I've uploaded some sample photos along with my review video. As noted in my video the camera is good, but it does seem to struggle with focusing at times.
I've had a OnePlus 3T and there are noticeable differences, mainly (I think) due to the 5 having a newer version of the OxygenOS. For example there are more gestures available (where you draw a shape on the screen to activate something), the icons and interface looks cleaner and you now pull the app tray up from the bottom rather than pressing a dedicated button.
The 3T was a brilliant mobile and if you have it I'm not sure you really need to upgrade just yet. The OnePlus 5 is also a brilliant mobile, but it feels more of a refinement of the 3T rather than a revolutionary step away from it.
If you're in the market for a lovely looking slab of tech that can power through games, has an excellent battery life (which can be charged super fast) and a lovely screen then the OnePlus 5 is well worth considering.
I bought a oneplus 5 because I thought I may have better luck with it than I did with the oneplus 3 that I bought a year or so ago. I currently still have that oneplus 3 and am typing this review on it. It has mild battery issues, and no matter the APN settings I have tried- I cannot get over 4.4Mbps on ATTs LTE network. These aren't huge issues as I generally dont need the higher speeds and carrying a charge isn't a huge burden. But id prefer to not have these issues.
I bought the oneplus 5 hoping that these issues would no longer be present. I was wrong. I bought from Oneplus again because I liked what I thought oneplus stood for.
The OP5 will also never hit over 4.4 Mbps even standing in an ATT building- right next to my girlfriends iphone thats getting 15-25Mbps. The OP5 also gets about the same battery life to my OP3, try to browse the internet for 40 minutes in the morning with the screen set to almost unreadably dim and you'll go from 100 to 70%. Then see where you are right after lunch. It gets tight sometimes on your way home.
Though none of this is really my issue or why I choose to give this phone two stars.
I had contacted oneplus numerous times to resolve these issues with my oneplus 3. They will not let you speak to a technician. You will interface with their techs through a non-technical tier 1 associate. Basically a person who can read a script and handle typing what a person says and relaying it to the next tier. They were very nice but you never apeak with anyone with actual technical knowledge. Communication with them was slow and I remember they beat around the bush and really offered no answers and would tell me they were aware of these issues and new updates were in the works that would fix them. no update have fixed the issues and I would have most likely returned the OP3 but went past the returnable date due to promises that were never corrected. Then it was "send it to us at your cost and we will see if your issue is covered under warranty" which means I'm without a phone for weeks and may end up paying for whatever they do to the phone. This I could not do. No other options were offered or rendered and I just dealt with my choices on the OP3.
So this time around with the OP5 its the same song and dance. Non-technical associate wanting me to send an email so they can then forward that email to the techs who will then send them an email back with the same answer "were workin on it."
There are no real troubleshooting steps offered besides suggesting a factory reset and clearing of app data. Which makes no sense on a brand new phone, though I did with no positive result.
Though yet again, this still isn't what got me the most.
They started by asking me for screenshots.
Before they ever offered me troubleshooting. They needed screenshots of my APN settings and also proof of the speedtest from 2 apps. To me this is their failure.
They are basically calling me a liar.
I begged for some settings documentation or something that I could go through and checksum and troubleshoot on my own- instead of weeks of emailing.
Then I offered numerous times to go through the APN settings with them right then on the phone or to link them the page I obtained my settings from. They needed actual screenshots from me.
My initial response is that I could easily send them anyones screenshots and they'd never know the difference, so whats the point?
To me, they were (knowing or unknowingly) doing the same thing they had done to me before. Which is in my opinion to wear me down to the point that I just give in or give up.
So I said no to sending them anything and I just asked for a refund instead. Which I still had to pay to return.
Switched to this phone after frustration with perceived planned obsolescence with iPhones - updates successively slowing OS to the point of being unusable, features being progressively phased out if OS isn't updated. I can only imagine the bloated OS of phones similar to the OnePlus would become unmanageable after a small number of updates. The strong specs of the OnePlus and light OS will likely make it