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The first thing that people will notice regarding the OnePlus 5T is that new 18:9 aspect ratio display, which takes up most of the phone’s front. The new aspect ratio better guards the OnePlus 5T against its higher-priced competitors, which mostly feature stretched-out displays of their own, and it gives people more display area to work with while not increasing the footprint of the phone by much.
The counter is that a 1080p screen won’t make the processor work as hard as a Quad HD panel, which should result in the former exhibiting better battery life by comparison. The debate will continue onward, but with most mid-tier smartphones now featuring 1080p resolution displays, OnePlus might do well to open up to Quad HD.
Thankfully, the OnePlus 5T’s changes are backed up by the same internals that made the OnePlus 5 an all-around solid performer. We’re looking at Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 paired with either 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM, with either 64 GB or 128 GB of native storage. Remember that there is no microSD card slot, so choose your storage configuration wisely.
OnePlus has retained the headphone jack for the OnePlus 5T, as well as the company’s proprietary Dash Charge technology that allows the phone to charge up the 3,300 mAh battery in a relatively short amount of time.
The OnePlus 5T’s stretched-out display might give the phone a solid aesthetic on the front, but it forced the fingerprint sensor to be moved to the back. This is a first for any OnePlus smartphone, which, apart from the OnePlus One and OnePlus X, have featured fingerprint sensors below the display.
The OnePlus 5T’s face scanner and 18:9 aspect ratio display are nice to see, but arguably the most significant change is the new camera system. Whereas the OnePlus 5 used the second main camera as a telephoto lens, the OnePlus 5T implements something OnePlus calls “Intelligent Pixel Technology.”