Jun 23, 2017 08:41 AM EDT
OnePlus 5 Smartphone:The Company's Fastest-Selling Mobile Device; OnePlus 5 Teardown Shows Solid Build Overall [VIDEO]
As the pre-orders for the OnePlus 5 Android smartphone has recently fired up, OnePlus company claims that the handset is now their fastest-selling mobile device on their product line. Meanwhile, MyFixGuide made a comprehensive teardown of the OnePlus 5 smartphone, and it appears that the handset features a solid build overall.
OnePlus handset product line is what makes the tech giant abreast with other top smartphone companies. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer packed their mobile devices with remarkable specs and features just like other top-end smartphones, such as Apple's iPhones and Samsung's Galaxy series. However, the best thing about the OnePlus handsets is that it has a cheaper price than other mobile phones.
Nonetheless, the Chinese tech giant claims that OnePlus 5 smartphone is the company's fastest-selling mobile device they have ever created. In a short amount of time that the OnePlus 5 smartphone went on sale, the handset is receiving high demand as well as orders, Android Authority reported.
Meanwhile, MyFixGuide, a website that produces news and reviews for mobile devices, has made a comprehensive teardown on the OnePlus 5 smartphone. MyFixGuide found out that the recently launched smartphone has a solid build overall. Nonetheless, the device apparently does have some weak points. Some of OnePlus 5's connectors aren't fixed with metal plates, which could get loose, My Fix Guide reported.
In spite of that, the smartphone boasts a 5.5-inch Full HD display, a dual-camera system and Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 processor. The latest mobile device is only 7.25mm thick, which makes it the thinnest flagship handset.
OnePlus 5 is considered as one of the most durable handsets today, the smartphone will have a $479 price tag. The OnePlus 5 turns out to have specs and design-wise, and it seems to be a treat for tech enthusiasts despite accusations of copying Apple's iPhone 7 Plus.
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