OnePlus 5 4G Phablet 5.5 inch for £313.29 delivered by using code @ Gearbest
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OnePlus 5 4G Phablet 5.5 inch for £313.29 delivered by using code @ Gearbest

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OnePlus 5 4G Phablet

OnePlus 5 is a cost-effective phone that comes with fingerprint sensor and is equipped with dual rear-facing cameras. It comes with most of the features we've come to expect from a smartphone, including 64GB ROM storage, 2.5D Arc FHD screen and decent cameras. You are certainly treated to an excellent user experience.




Main Features:

CPU: Snapdragon 835 Octa Core up to 2.45GHz

Equipped with better performance, delivering plenty of power for your use

GPU: Adreno 540

Better and faster in playing games and watching videos than the previous generation

6GB RAM 64GB ROM: provides enough room for your use, can suit all your needs

Dual Cameras:

20.0MP + 16.0MP rear-facing cameras make images clear and vivid

16.0MP front camera, enables you to capture high quality pictures

Dual SIM Dual Standby: dual nano SIM

Several Sensors:

Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor, E-Compass, Gyroscope, Hall Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Fingerprint Touch Sensor

Network:

2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz

3G: WCDMA 850/900/1700/1900/2100MHz, TD-SCDMA 1900/2100MHz

4G: FDD-LTE Band 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/18/19/20/25/26/28/29/30/66, TD-LTE B38/B39/B40/B41

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Even comes with free software to cheat benchmarking apps along with the free spyware. Also looks like another incentivised post with a code not listed.
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 16th Oct
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Even comes with free software to cheat benchmarking apps along with the free spyware. Also looks like another incentivised post with a code not listed.
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 16th Oct

has anyone order a phone from Gearbest ? import tax ? returns policy ? warranty ? I think Id rather order direct with a student beans 10% discount.

No longer available from Oneplus directly is this going to be the 3 / 3T fiasco all over again

I knew I was right to sell my oneplus3 for a S8 rather than go for the oneplus5. It seems they are rushing a oneplus6 out but the way they have changed over the years is strange. Wonder if the 6 will be a iphone knock off like the 5 or a Samsung knockoff. Very disappointed with this company now

little_green4 m ago

No longer available from Oneplus directly is this going to be the 3 / …No longer available from Oneplus directly is this going to be the 3 / 3T fiasco all over again

They're isn't an obvious chipset they could upgrade to on a new phone, so probably just stock shortages?

If this was an an iPhone "sold out", I think this news would be spun differently.

This or the Mi6? I think this is a great price for the OP5 and despite the criticism of Oneplus, this is still a good device

cecilmcroberts21 m ago

Even comes with free software to cheat benchmarking apps along with the …Even comes with free software to cheat benchmarking apps along with the free spyware. Also looks like another incentivised post with a code not listed.


Current news that OnePlus handsets are sending private data back (IMEI, usage patterns, etc.):
bgr.com/201…ix/

I think that combined with Gearbest is a recipe for disaster!

thegorilla10 m ago

This or the Mi6? I think this is a great price for the OP5 and despite the …This or the Mi6? I think this is a great price for the OP5 and despite the criticism of Oneplus, this is still a good device


I just ordered the ceramic version mi6 for 340 from gearbest.com. I personally like screen size in all fairness I like a more compact phone that's why I went for the mi6 I find 5.5 inch screen too big. Other than that the phones are so close in terms of what they offer it's all about personal choice.
Edited by: "ssjinzo" 16th Oct

I wouldn't call 5.5 a phablet lol

Didn't know about one plus scandals, was looking at getting one of these too

Would not buy another oneplus phone. The way they treated op2 owners was disgusting

yeah the rumours of a 5T are pretty shocking for a phone that's only a few months old.
Edited by: "Britneyfan" 16th Oct

Britneyfan13 m ago

yeah the rumours of a 5T are pretty shocking for a phone that's only a few …yeah the rumours of a 5T are pretty shocking for a phone that's only a few months old.


I personally don't think a T version will happen. It's needs a new screen and camera which will come in the OP6.

You can send all your private data to China for much cheaper than this


phandroid.com/201…on/

I had the OPO and then sold it to my mate. He still has it and says it's going great. If the OP5 is as solid a device as that then it should last a few years.

Britneyfan53 m ago

yeah the rumours of a 5T are pretty shocking for a phone that's only a few …yeah the rumours of a 5T are pretty shocking for a phone that's only a few months old.



That's what us OP3 owner thought when the 3T came along. On the other hand, the 3T is pretty much the same hardware so us OP3 owners have been treated exactly the same as 3T owners with respect to support and OS updates.

I suspect the 5T will just sort out he screen issue and be pretty much the same as the 5.

Do you get a warranty for this

No I read there will be no 5t

Just read through the guys blog post and it's shocking what they're sending. No way I'm ever buying from them now as even though it can now be circumvented and apparently 'opted out' of, you'd never know if they tried to sneak something in again. No way is it justifiable and 'only aimed at improving OS functionality'. Look at some of the methods; getting phone numbers and wifi data. Someone wrote those methods under instruction it wasn't just swept in by a mistake. Lots of rage here unsurprisingly.

Getting a bit sick of this recurring spyware drama. I'm looking to upgrade from a vodafone smart ultra but hard to work out who is trustworthy

gr8h8me56 m ago

No I read there will be no 5t



There will be a new phone soon, does not matter if it is called , Oneplus 6 or 8 or 6X. I wish it came with better screen and no bezels, usb 3.1 and microsd slot.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 16th Oct

spencer244 h, 36 m ago

Would not buy another oneplus phone. The way they treated op2 owners was …Would not buy another oneplus phone. The way they treated op2 owners was disgusting

Eh?

woodlandstim1 h, 24 m ago

Just read through the guys blog post and it's shocking what they're …Just read through the guys blog post and it's shocking what they're sending. No way I'm ever buying from them now as even though it can now be circumvented and apparently 'opted out' of, you'd never know if they tried to sneak something in again. No way is it justifiable and 'only aimed at improving OS functionality'. Look at some of the methods; getting phone numbers and wifi data. Someone wrote those methods under instruction it wasn't just swept in by a mistake. Lots of rage here unsurprisingly. Getting a bit sick of this recurring spyware drama. I'm looking to upgrade from a vodafone smart ultra but hard to work out who is trustworthy


If you think the other large brands and companies haven't or don't do exactly the same thing you are very very wrong.

One Plus is a much smaller company in the grand scheme of things so expect mistakes. I doubt this will be the end of the issue for One Plus in a number of countries though.

They've been on a downward spiral (OnePlus) since their amazing first phone, what a great time that was in the mobile marketplace.

Is this likely to be a flashed version or one that works for the us straight out the box?

woodlandstim2 h, 12 m ago

Just read through the guys blog post and it's shocking what they're …Just read through the guys blog post and it's shocking what they're sending. No way I'm ever buying from them now as even though it can now be circumvented and apparently 'opted out' of, you'd never know if they tried to sneak something in again. No way is it justifiable and 'only aimed at improving OS functionality'. Look at some of the methods; getting phone numbers and wifi data. Someone wrote those methods under instruction it wasn't just swept in by a mistake. Lots of rage here unsurprisingly. Getting a bit sick of this recurring spyware drama. I'm looking to upgrade from a vodafone smart ultra but hard to work out who is trustworthy

What a load of tosh. You can also opt out of this so called spyware.

EagleUK51 m ago

If you think the other large brands and companies haven't or don't do …If you think the other large brands and companies haven't or don't do exactly the same thing you are very very wrong. One Plus is a much smaller company in the grand scheme of things so expect mistakes. I doubt this will be the end of the issue for One Plus in a number of countries though.



Taking the level of personal information that they took without consent (deliberately, without cause) doesn't seem like a mistake. It was purposeful, though to what purpose perhaps even they don't know. Of course I'm aware that the likes of google want to profile you to sell you things, but it's relatively transparent and to some extent avoidable, plus they at least take some care of the data. That said I'm not buying a device with an always on microphone either! Is it so unreasonable to want to buy a device the doesn't report your actions to the hardware manufacture? (Suggestions welcome)

jameswalker45725 m ago

What a load of tosh. You can also opt out of this so called spyware.


How do you mean?

spencer2457 m ago

Eh?

Eh, as in 'what are you referring to'.

OB110 m ago

Eh, as in 'what are you referring to'.

Refering to Oneplus removing software with an update that was a major selling point and promising updates and then saying the phone has been discontinued after being on the market for 1 year

Purchased OP3 and used for a while until they started playing funny games when OP3T was launched. Not to mention the spyware they also introduce hardware issues (slow performance, battery drain etc) to push customers towards buying a new phone especially when they are close to launching a new model.

And after experiencing horrible customer care I would not be buying OP again. Clearly a dodgy company given the recent issues.
Edited by: "twisterteddy" 16th Oct

sam_of_london3 h, 45 m ago

There will be a new phone soon, does not matter if it is called , Oneplus …There will be a new phone soon, does not matter if it is called , Oneplus 6 or 8 or 6X. I wish it came with better screen and no bezels, usb 3.1 and microsd slot.


With the recent activities
Anyone that owns a OP device has had
Every number stored
Every number dialed
Every network logged on to
Etc
Recorded by One Plus, I don't think it will matter what they add to the device.
Edited by: "realdeals" 16th Oct

Crap company to deal with I rather get a used iPhone, then give them my money..

andersh8 h, 50 m ago

They're isn't an obvious chipset they could upgrade to on a new phone, so …They're isn't an obvious chipset they could upgrade to on a new phone, so probably just stock shortages?If this was an an iPhone "sold out", I think this news would be spun differently.


If there was a stock shortage they would have said, like they did last year with the Amoled shortage.
To then turned up 2 weeks later with a new device sporting the same Amoled screen they said there was a shortage of 2 weeks prior

ssjinzo8 h, 56 m ago

I just ordered the ceramic version mi6 for 340 from gearbest.com. I …I just ordered the ceramic version mi6 for 340 from gearbest.com. I personally like screen size in all fairness I like a more compact phone that's why I went for the mi6 I find 5.5 inch screen too big. Other than that the phones are so close in terms of what they offer it's all about personal choice.


Ended up ordering the Mi 6 (the standard global 6gb ram, 64gb rom) from banggood for £290.

Really is a shame that OnePlus got themselves in this mess as I was quite looking forward to companies like that becoming more mainstream and increasing competition.

HTC U Ultra any day!

Not to mention the fact they have left out things like aptx and aptx-hd and the bluetooth on the 3t is terrible for requesting pairing every time you take a connected device out of range and then back in range (e.g watch or car). No barometer which even my years old nexus 4 had one. No dust or water/splash proofing or wireless charging.

Along with no more updates after oreo (when/if they get it out) the spying and cheating have made me decide to stay away from them in future. That's around 1 year or even less after they released the 3t and they are dropping it already.
Back to google for me as they at least support their phones as long as can be expected.

Adidas.Addict8 h, 40 m ago

They've been on a downward spiral (OnePlus) since their amazing first …They've been on a downward spiral (OnePlus) since their amazing first phone, what a great time that was in the mobile marketplace.

Typing this on my OnePlus One. Still a smooth performer, albeit with a bad (for 2017) camera.
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