The Good The OnePlus 5 is affordable and super fast, with an 18-hour battery. Its camera takes great portraits and low-light shots.
The Bad It costs more than any previous model, its design isn't anything special and it doesn’t have expandable storage.
The Bottom Line The OnePlus 5 is outstanding, especially for the price; no other phone gives you the same bang for the buck.
The wunderkind gets more wonderful
Editors' Note: On Nov.16, 2017, OnePlus announced the, a followup to the OnePlus 5. Since the 5T's launch, the OnePlus 5 sold out, and the company is continuing with the 5T. What follows is our original OnePlus 5 review. .
The OnePlus 5 is simply stellar.
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