OnePlus 5 Price In India, Specs And More Details Outlined: Benchmarks & Battery Test

Here’s everything on OnePlus 5 pricing in India, and some more details regarding its reviews and worthy specifications to consider at that rate.

Fortunately, OnePlus has launched its newly announced OnePlus 5 in India, just two days after its global unveiling. As we have compared to with Xiaomi Mi6 and Samsung Galaxy S8 for some reason, in order to confirm whether its the killer flagship from the Chinese company worth currently.

Before you go with the likes and shares of the OnePlus 5 features, you’ll first of all need to look at its benchmarks results. As the OnePlus 5 is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 835 10nm Mobile Platform which has four custom Kyro 280 Performance cores, clocked at 1.90GHz per core. Well, that’s not all, it has 710NHz Adreno 540 GPU for better graphics performance, available in two 6GB/64GB and 8GB/128GB RAM+Storage built-in variations. It has a 1080p Full HD Optic AMOLED display and moreover runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat based on OxygenOS 4.5 UI skin on top.

When new reports surfaced saying that the company has tweaked to show higher benchmarks scores for OnePlus 5, it reversed the situation. However, the synthetic benchmark scores are here to checkout.

OnePlus 5 Benchmarks

While AnTuTu OnePlus 5 benchmarks 6 shows this:

Multi-Core Score
Where is scored 170666 points and grabs third spot behind the HTC U11 and the Galaxy S8. With cheating disabled, the “little” cluster only a quarter of the time at max frequency, so this also makes performance more consistent.

While the interesting part here is, in CPU-only benchmarks like Geekbench, the OnePlus 5 didn’t heat up that much faster. It’s the GPU benchmarks are run that the heat becomes too much, the back of the phone was 50° C! Note that GPU clocks aren’t changed, and keeping the “little” cluster at max speed is enough to push terminals over the limit.

Not all benchmarks are affected, though, here’s a list of benchmarks that OnePlus checks for. Notably, the “secret build” listed in the charts has a different package name, so it isn’t detected.

  • AnTuTu (com.antutu.benchmark.full)
  • Androbench (com.andromeda.androbench2)
  • Geekbench 4 (com.primatelabs.geekbench)
  • GFXBench (com.glbenchmark.glbenchmark27)
  • Quadrant (com.aurorasoftworks.quadrant.ui.standard)
  • Nenamark 2 (se.nena.nenamark2)
  • Vellamo (com.quicinc.vellamo)

The official confirmation from OnePlus claims that this way it shows the performance potential of the 5, in the statement. A detailed investigation by XDA-Developers discovered the mechanism of the cheat. Hit the source link for the full details, here’s the TL;DR version.

Don’t cheat the public and fans, it hurts a lot in the future to the company as well. Truth should be the main agenda here and there to promote your handsets into the market of the smartphone world. Now, the testing continues with the OnePlus 5 battery life.

It packs a 3300mAh capcity unit, slightly smaller than the 3,400mAh on the OP 3T, but it still has its Dash Charge Technology for fast charging using the 5V-4A Charger. When tested it for the Talk Time, it lasted for 25 hours and 7 minutes, when 3G browsing, it gave 6 hours and 19 minutes, slightly better than the LG G6. On WiFi Browsing, OnePlus 5’s battery lasted for 8 hours and 26 minutes. Video Playback on OnePlus 5, lasts battery life up to 14 hours and 16 minutes and finally, the Charging time it took 1 hour and 11 minutes to charge the phone, and it charges from 0 to 10 percent in just 24 minutes, thanks to the Dash Charge Tech inside the OnePlus 5 smartphone. This is somewhat faster than other competitors.

Standby Time on OnePlus 5 lasted for 52 days. And it has achieved a One Charge Rating of 13 hours and 39 minutes, due to excellent talk time.

So with OnePlus 5 featuring a DCI-P3 color coverage display and has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection, it also equipped with a 16MP primary camera with wide-angle lens, f/1.7 aperture alongside a 20MP secondary lens to capture depth information for depth-of-field (Bokeh) effect that blurs backdrops in the portrait mode, by offering a 2X zoom. Also fitted with a 16-megapixel selfie front-facing camera is worth looking at currently.

Something about the RAM and internal storage, which is based on UFS 2.1, paired with new 2-lane ROM, which doubles bandwidth promising faster performance in everything from installation speeds to loading graphic-enabled games.

Furthermore, the OnePlus smartphone launched recently has an Anodized Aluminum unibody metal design and is just 7.25mm thick. It has the usual Alert Slider. With a ceramic fingerprint scanner, it can unlock the phone in 0.2 seconds.

Now that the smartphone has been launched in India, offers:

Price and Release date

The OnePlus 5 Slate Gray 6GB RAM / 64GB storage version is priced at Rs. 32,999 and the high-end Midnight Black model with 8GB RAM plus 129GB storage goes up for Rs. 37,999. It will be available to purchase exclusively from starting 22nd June as early sale. Also, OnePlus 5 will be available directly as open sale from OnePlus India Online Store and Amazon as well as OnePlus Experience Stores specifically in Delhi and Bengaluru from June 27th.

OnePlus 5 Launch Offers

  • Rs. 1500 cashback for SBI credit and Debit Card users till June 28th
  • Rs.500 promotion credit for Kindle eBooks
  • Up to 75 GB data free and 3 months of free Vodafone Play
  • Stream on your Prime Video app and get Rs.250 as Amazon Pay Balance
  • Free 12 month Accidental Damage Insurance (powered by Kotak 811)

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