- Andrew Martonik , Android Central
The 5T is still about value, simplicity and being tuned for what the Android enthusiast crowd craves from its phones
- John McCann , TechRadar
It's the best phone the brand has ever made, and one that can mix it with the best handsets around without looking out of place.
Reviews (9/10 Avg. rating)
It almost 'Never Settles'
The OnePlus 5T is certainly one of the fastest Android smartphones of 2017 and it does come with a premium look and display. The performance is top notch and Dash charge is a real saviour. But when it comes to the camera, the phone struggles.Read full review
An appealing blend of price and performance
The 5T is OnePlus' finest handset yet. It may be a minor update to the 5, but it's the right update. The 5T adopts the modern screen shape and accounts for the missteps of its predecessor's camera to deliver a more well-rounded and competitive device.
Great-value flagship phone
The OnePlus 5T is a near faultless phone, and those few weaknesses when compared with other flagship phones are minor at best. If you want a premium smartphone at a cost that won’t drain your savings, this is one of the best choices right now.Read full review
Better and more expensive than ever
It’s a good phone, and if your budget is $500 and you know you like OnePlus, get it. You won’t be disappointed. If $500ish is your ballpark and you don’t mind spending a little bit more, you’ve got tons of other excellent options. If you want something easier on the wallet...More
It’s a good phone, and if your budget is $500 and you know you like OnePlus, get it. You won’t be disappointed. If $500ish is your ballpark and you don’t mind spending a little bit more, you’ve got tons of other excellent options. If you want something easier on the wallet, well, OnePlus left you guys behind years ago.Read full review
OnePlus really nailed this phone
The display on the 5T is quite good and meets the current low-bezel trend, the new dual camera setup is solid, I’m a huge fan of the rear fingerprint reader, the software is as quick as ever, and battery life continues to get better by the day as I’ve tested it.Read full review
Turbo-charged, living large
OnePlus is once again offering a phone that looks and feels every bit as good as phones many hundreds of dollars more expensive, all while offering the fastest performance around and plenty of great features, not to mention an amazing camera experience too.
Right on target
OnePlus moved away from the “shockingly good” value market when they ramped up prices earlier this year. With the OnePlus 5T, they’ve left the $300-$400 range wide open. For the $500 range, they’re right on top.
Hitting all the right notes
If you're looking for a phone with top-of-the-line specs and an uncluttered software but don't want to spend a lot, the OnePlus 5T should be at the top of your list.
A flagship contender, as long as you don't need the best camera
The the OnePlus 5T has its compromises, but the company's aggressive strategy of rolling out new handsets twice as fast as its Android peers has paid big dividends. Anyone looking for a new phone needs to give strong consideration to the 5T.
Stay the same
With great software, long-lasting battery life and consistently fast performance, it's easy to overlook some of its blemishes when it does so many things so well.Read full review
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