OnePlus 5 Unlocked GSM only -US warranty (Midnight Black (8GB+128GB))
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- 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
- Snapdragon 835
- 1080p screen, 5.5 inch
- Dual camera
- Dash charge
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|Screen Size||5.5 in||5.8 in||5.5 in||5.9 in||5.5 in||5.8 in|
|Item Dimensions||—||2.68 x 5.86 x 0.31 in||0.28 x 6 x 2.94 in||0.31 x 6.18 x 3.11 in||2.95 x 5.97 x 0.31 in||2.68 x 5.86 x 0.31 in|
|Item Weight||5.4 ounces||5.36 ounces||5.44 ounces||6.7 ounces||6.17 ounces||5.36 ounces|
|Operating System||—||android;android 7||OxygenOS based on Android™ Nougat||Android 7.0 + EMUI 5.0||Android 6.0.1||android;android 7|
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I read numerous reviews on each of these phones, however, i want to decide for myself. Bought all 3 phones and used it as daily driver for a week. I am not gonna bore you with all with processors/technical specs/etc. Phone Arena has those info.
Here's my summarized version on usability of the phones.
+ Best value for the money among all three phones.
+ ZTE is very generous; they don't skimp on anything; Phone comes with everything; including a case, extra set of screen protector.
+ Phone is snappy; not many junk Apps; can even disable most of the junk;
+ ZTE Custom UI is decent (not great); but customizable
+ Dual Sim; but one of slot is either SD card or 2nd sim
+ Excellent speaker; although i rarely use it. I always use headphones, so this feature really didn't tip the scale.
+ Wifi Calling and VOLTE are available.
- Slow fingerprint reader for unlocking the phone. In my opinion, this is a serious flaw since you will be constantly unlocking the phone. Even though you might overlook this flaw initially, it will get to you after some time.
- Cellular bands are not wide. Works well with GSM carriers in USA (like TMobile, AT&T etc). Does not work with CDMA. However, if you want to take your phone over seas (asian countries) not all LTE bands are compatible
- Among the three, this is the heaviest phone. Also, phone is slightly big to use it in 1 hand.
Honor8 (FRD L04):
+ Best looking phone. Phone feels very slippery. I was afraid i might drop the phone.
+ Very fast and good finger print reader. Best of all, you can customize few commands in the reader.
+ Good customizable UI. Best part is, you can dim the screen for reading, will be easy on your eyes.
- This is NOT a dual sim phone. This phone may have a slot to put the second sim. The phone sold in usa does not have dual sim support in OS.
- The cellular bands are not wide. Works well with GSM Networks in USA (like TMobile, AT&T, etc). Not with CDMA. However, if you want to take your phone over seas (asian countries), not all LTE bands are compatible
- Junk apps
- no WiFi calling available.
+ Phone is lighter than Axon7
+ Broadest Cellular band. Works well with all GSM Carrier in USA; And, if you plan to take it to asian countries, it works well with all GSM carriers there as well.
+ Dual Sim; Also, you can dim the screen for reading, will be easy on your eyes
+ BEST of all; insanely fast fingerprint reader; The fastest phone, by far. Has the largest RAM, 6GB; fastest processor.
+ Closest to the native android experience. Not many bloatwares
+ Wifi Calling available; so is VOLTE.
- Phone is the same size as Axon7; big for one hand; but much lighter than Axon 7
- No SD Card slot
- Most expensive of all 3
- Compared to ZTE (see Axon 7 above) OnePlus is very cheap. Phone comes with wall charger and a cable, that it. No ear phones, nothing.
- Not many UI customization available;
- WORST Customer Service. This takes the cake, when it comes to bad customer service.
In summary, it all came down to finger print reader. The delay in reading and unlocking the phone will slowly get on your nerves. If you do not care about dual sim (or broadest cellular band), Honor 8 is a good choice. However, if you want dual sim and the fastest
finger print reader, you may have to choose OnePlus 5. I know i will hate OnePlus customer service. I may buy square trade warranty just to avoid talking to OnePlus.
I purchased the Oneplus 5 in hopes that I wouldn't be losing much in the way of hardware quality coming from the iPhone as the one thing Apple does right is the premium build of the iPhone. I checked out the Galaxy S8+ but it feels like a cheap toy compared to the iPhone 7 plus.
After a couple of days all I can say about the Oneplus 5 is... WOW. The build quality is at least on par with the iPhone, aside from water proofing. Thanks to Android and of course the Snapdragon 835 + 6GB RAM (I have the 6GB/64GB model) the Oneplus is waaaay faster than my iPhone 7 plus. The screen is much more vivid than the iPhone and can be adjusted to your color preferences. The notification slider is much more useful than the iPhone's simple on/off toggle. The fingerprint reader on the Oneplus 5 is a lot more accurate than the iPhone and so fast that you think theres no way it read your print, but you try another finger and it doesn't come on lol, so it must have.
The thing that most amazes me is that I can take much better pictures with the Oneplus 5 than the iPhone 7 plus.. I did not expect that! In both low light and outdoors with the rear and front cameras, my Oneplus 5 is better than my iPhone 7 plus hands down. The portrait mode on the Oneplus also works much better than on the iPhone as it allows for a wider range of distance between you and your subject.
Oxygen OS, the default Android version that is preinstalled is wonderful. I anticipated flashing LineageOS or helping port AOSPA to this device but I have to say that I will continue using Oxygen OS becuase it is fast, bloat free and thoughtfully designed.
Also, I have not noticed any of the jelly scrolling that other users have pointed out.
I don't know where it goes from here, how does a device get any better?
- Doesn't receive business txt messages
- Bluetooth doesn't share media to car
- USB doesn't share media to car
- Notifications from calander don't work
- Notifications from any social media app that isn't Facebook don't work
- Bluetooth isn't connecting to fitbit at all
- Bluetooth constantly drops
- Bluetooth doesn't push notifications to fitbit
Contacted customer support right away. Went back and forth with them over email for weeks trying to "fix" the issue. Decided to try and get a refund. They said that it was past 15 days (even though I contacted about it not working on day 7), so they won't refund.
Now I'm disputing the charges with my credit card company to get my money back.
TLDR: OnePlus as a company sucks their phones are defective and they do nothing to fix them.
Don't ever buy one.