Performance is one of the biggest strengths of the OnePlus 5. The Chinese manufacturer threw in everything in terms of technical configurations for the phone: it not only has one of the best processors on the market, the Snapdragon 835, but also has a huge 8 GB of RAM. This is so much that we wondered whether it’s even worth having such a big amount, but in terms of showing off, the OnePlus 5 does a very good job.
In practice, the phone knows really puts on a good show On a daily basis, it shows great flexibility, with no sign of weakness. Thanks to the processor and the antennas, the connection speed is very fast and the UFS 2.1 memory ensures good responsiveness when launching apps. If you’re a follower of theoretical results, below you’ll find the benchmark results compared to those obtained on the Galaxy S8. However, do beware of the results, the Chinese manufacturer was singled out for cheating on some benchmarks, but we still don’t understand the intent given its technical record.
Benchmarks: OnePlus 5 vs Galaxy S8
3D Mark Sling Shot Extrme ES 3.1
3D Mark Sling Shot ES 3.0
3D Mark Ice Storm Unlimited ES 2.0
Geek Bench Single Core
Geek Bench Multi Core
PC Mark Work 2.0
PC Mark Storage
Samsung Galaxy S8
A high quality camera
It’s no secret: a high-end device must have a high quality camera. OnePlus has passed this challenge with flying colors. Like many of its competitors, it offers a dual camera at the rear, with one sensor offering 16MP for a f / 1.7 aperture, and the other 20MP for a f / 2.6 aperture. Obviously, there’s image stabilization, but unlike some competitors it’s not