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Expand your perspective with the OnePlus 5T
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Why spend hundreds more than you have to for a high-end Android experience? The OnePlus 5T has arrived, bringing all your favorite features including a dual camera, an immersive 18:9 display, and the power of Snapdragon 835 processor all while costing hundreds less than its competition.
In a world where flagship prices continue to rise sharply, OnePlus’ business model manages to offer an exceptional experience that starts at just $499. So what does the OnePlus 5T bring to the table?
Bigger than ever, but still the same size. The OnePlus 5T is a half inch bigger than its predecessor yet has the same body size thanks to the immersive 6-inch Full Optic AMOLED display that features an 18:9 aspect ratio.
Take aim with Oneplus’ dual camera setup. The 5T offers a dual camera that features a 16 and 20MP sensor. This particularly setup has been optimized for low-light and portrait photography.
A User Experience that doesn’t get in the way. OnePlus’ OxygenOS software brings you a clutter-free, smooth software experience that feels like “stock Android” yet offers tons of customizable features that lets you tailor the experience to your needs.
Blazing speed at every turn. The OnePlus 5T not only offers the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 found in rival flagships, but it offers as much as 8GB of RAM — beating out the competition by miles.
Fast charging is even faster with OnePlus. Imagine getting a half day’s power in a half hour, that’s exactly what OnePlus’ Dash Charge technology delivers. With OnePlus’ Dash tech you can reinvent the way you charge your phone, with overnight charging no longer really required.
Double the choice. Whether you are a frequent traveler or a business user that wants to keep two separate numbers, the OnePlus 5T is one of the few handsets sold in the US that offers dual-SIM capabilities, allowing you to rock two different carriers at the same time.
You can spend hundreds for nearly identical specs and features, or you can pick up the OnePlus 5T. Not exactly a hard choice, is it?
Learn more about the OnePlus 5T: Check out our full 5T review