First Look Of One Plus 5T In India 

One Plus enjoys a cult following in India. Indian customers loves the ROMs and fiddling with software which one plus provide them with their best. 
Meet the new flagship killer from OnePlus.
Last year, the company introduced the OnePlus 3T with under-the-hood improvements. This year, the company it did the same for its OnePlus 5, launching the improved 'T' version in less than half-a-year.
The upgrade mainly focuses on two key areas – display and camera. Rest of it is the same, even the price: Rs 32,999 (6GB + 64GB variant) and Rs 37,999 (8GB + 128GB variant).
It’s like Apple launching the iPhone 6S just four months after the iPhone 6 and at almost same price.
How different is the 5T from the 5, if not better? Here are the first impressions from the phone:
The biggest draw of the 5T is the screen. While normally the word “upgrade” for a screen would mean a significant bump in resolution, the 5T’s screen upgrade is more about how far the screen now stretches. The display now is a 6.01-inch 18:9 Infinity Display (edge-to-edge screen) with custom 1080 x 2160 pixels resolution as compared to the 5.5-inch 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution earlier.
OnePlus fit the larger screen without changing the dimensions of the phone much. As compared to OnePlus 5’s 154.7 × 74.1 × 7.3mm dimensions, the successor measures 156.1 x 75 x 7.3mm.
The screen seems quite impressive and well optimised. Many apps, such as YouTube, have already adapted to the 18:9 ratio, which makes for a much better experience. Overall, the bezel-less version looks good and has flair of flamboyance. It looks much better when a wooden back panel is attached to it.
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