OnePlus 5 users are complaining of a new issue, where the smartphone reboots itself when an emergency number is dialed. Users have taken to Reddit to discuss the problem, and some believe that a new bug is causing the issue. The problem was first spotted by Facebook user Nick Morrelli.
OnePlus 5 was unveiled in India on June 22, and the sales for the smartphone began June 27. It comes in two variants -Midnight Black with 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage and Slate Gray with 6 GB RAM + 64 GB storage. The two options are priced at Rs 37,999 and Rs 32,999 respectively.
Amazon Prime Day has started, and as expected there are several discounts, deals on top-end mobiles including OnePlus 3T, Google Pixel, Moto G5, LG G6 and others. Now, the key thing to remember about the Amazon Prime Day sale is that these deals are for a limited time period only.
Amazon Prime Day sale will start today at 6 pm IST, and it will offer some deals, discounts for Amazon Prime members. Amazon Prime Day sale will see the sale of the Xiaomi Redmi 4 smartphone at 5 pm, cashback on OnePlus 5, and discounts on other products.
OnePlus 5 DxOMark photography test scores are now out on the website. OnePlus 5 does scores high in the DxOMark test, but this is not good enough to beat the other flagships in the market, including the HTC U11, Samsung Galaxy S8, Google Pixel smartphones.
OnePlus had rolled out OxygenOS 3.5.5 update for OnePlus 2 in December last year bringing 4G VoLTE support. After which the OnePlus 2 users started complaining about 4G network option disappearing at times. The company did try to fix the issue with last OxygenOS 3.5.8 update in March, but unfortunately, it didn’t work.
OnePlus 5 has got its second OxygenOS update pushing more improvements and bug fixes for the devices. OnePlus 5 went on sale in India on June 27 in the official sale, and so far the company has rolled out two software updates for the OnePlus 5 phone.
Some OnePlus 5 users are complaining of a ‘jelly scrolling’ issue on their devices. People have taken to official OnePlus forum as well as Reddit to discuss ‘wobbling effect’ that they are experiencing on the latest OnePlus flagship smartphone. OnePlus 5 starts at Rs 32,999 in India.
OnePlus 5 was only launched a few days back in India, but has already become an incredibly popular smartphone in the market. Now the company claims OnePlus 5 has been the highest revenue-grossing smartphone on Amazon India, which is the online exclusive partner for the company. OnePlus did not specify how many units it has sold till date in India.
OnePlus during a Reddit AMA on Monday confirmed that “OP3/3T will receive Android O within this year.” As of now, Android O is still in its beta stage. Google is likely to ship stable OTA in August and reportedly to Pixel smartphones first.
OnePlus 5 boasts of some great specifications, including Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and 8GB RAM. But is this phone worth your money, and should you consider upgrading to the new OnePlus 5? We breakdown some points to keep in mind before buying.
OnePlus has had a huge impact in the smartphone industry by offering flagship phones at mid-range price points. As it launched its latest smartphone, the OnePlus 5, in India, we spoke to CEO Pete Lau about the company’s plans for India and product vision.
OnePlus 5 has officially gone on sale on Amazon India today. OnePlus 5’s price in India is Rs 32,999 for the base 6GB RAM variant, while the more expensive 8GB RAM version costs Rs 37,999. OnePlus 5 is Amazon exclusive in India and here are the launch offers.
OnePlus’ official forum on Monday noted that it is now rolling out the OxygenOS 4.5.2 OTA for OnePlus 5 globally. The update brings camera optimizations, Bluetooth stability, network and system stability, and compatibility with 3rd party apps. It also fixes app installation issue and system update failure problem.
Agreeing that there has been a lot of controversy over benchmarking on the new OnePlus 5, OnePlus CEO and founder Pete Lau said the company has since the OnePlus 3 been concerned only with best performance, and not just benchmarking.