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OnePlus 5 versus iPhone 7 Plus versus Samsung Galaxy S8
Be rest assured that Oneplus is no longer an amateur in the mobile tech industry, OnePlus amassed an immense following in only a couple of years because of its ethos of giving a definitive performance without you breaking the bank. That financial plan has been extended somewhat to accommodate every age bracket and the most recent model's price goes for $500/€500 for the best-prepared version. Still more moderate than the household names.
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The iPhone 7 Plus is wearing off, now 10 months old, and gossip has it that it may be substituted on time to meet the yearly calendar. In any case, it was adequate to fill in as motivation for OnePlus when designing the Oneplus 5, and the iphone 7 plus is the incumbent Apple flagship.
Samsung ventures in with the Galaxy S8 one camera shy of the other two. Both the iPhone and the OnePlus 5 have a couple of cams with zoom ability and some portrait mode features. The S8, then again, just has a solitary camera, and a year-old one as well - other than handling changes it's an indistinguishable hardware from the S7's. Which is really not a terrible thing.
We've been endless about the cameras, yet this will be an out and out review, not the camera-just shootout we've been known to do every so often. To get prepared for what's to come look at this speedy summary to get the full scoop.
There are a few things to note before getting this show on the road. For instance, only the Galaxy S8 boasts a QHD display (with some on top, but that's not the point), while OP and Apple are content with FullHD. Then We are to note a few features before we hit the road running with our review, for example the QHD display can be found only on the samsung galaxy s8, while the iphone 7 plus and OnePlus5 comes with fullHD.
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According to reviews by GSMARENA, the OP5 stands out in terms of protection against the elements - it has none, that is, while the 7 Plus is IP67-rated, and the S8 ups the water resistance a notch, securing an IP68 rating.
Also, while the iPhone 7 Plus has as many speakers as the OnePlus 5 and galaxy s8, the Galaxy S8 is the only one with the option for storage expansion - with the OnePlus 5 and iphone 7 plus you certainly should not expect an expansion.
Basically, it will be hard to work with one on specs alone, although the Operating System can already be a decider for some. That's also not entirely the point of this three-way fight - it's more like we're shooting to find out if the OnePlus 5 can still rightfully claim the value-for-money crown it once held on to. We'll be kicking it off with a few words on availability and design.