The screen of OnePlus 5 in practice is fine, and you forget about the specifications as soon as you start using it, but we cannot ignore that it has AMOLED panel and it is not the most modern one; it has diamond array, Full HD resolution and brightness levels one point below the best.
Somewhere it had to be cut, so that OnePlus 5 was not out of price, and here it has been quite conservative maintaining a quality more than acceptable.
I would like to highlight a few things, the first is that we can lower the brightness enough, for night readings without having a lamp in front. The second things is that the reading mode that puts everything in grayscale is something we can connect or relate to the specific applications.
Having known the new screen formats and more resolutions on competing phones, it lowers a bit in the competition. I think it is the feature the manufacturers of OnePlus 5 have to work.
Super fluid system and applications that are installed are executed quickly. If you buy OnePlus 5, you know that for fluidity and power, you will be satisfied, as it is a reality for the chosen hardware, also for the simple and optimized software layer that you get. I would say that there is only one phone with better set-up, which logically is the Google Pixel.
After many weeks of using OnePlus 5 as a personal phone, doing everything imaginable that can happen in the day to day, I cannot say another thing that it works perfectly, and I never thought that I was going to be short on something, nor have I suffered from incorrect operations.
I am a user of demanding applications such as Lightroom or Snapseed, where they perform more complicated processes, besides loading for testing games like Real Racing 3 or Asphalt Xtreme. Everything works great, running and loading, something that we also have to thank the choice of a Full HD screen.
The main responsibility for everything to flow is the Snapdragon 835, but no less important is memory, an aspect in which OnePlus 5 has invested well. I would say that the quality of memory is more important than having a Snapdragon 821 or 835.
The fingerprint sensor is best on the market for efficiency and speed. In addition, it works when the phone is at rest. Stopping for a moment on the subject of RAM, we wonder if you really need so many gigas. Not right now, but it is a specification that will never be over, as it has been demonstrated in the early years of Android. So it has something promotional on the subject, but it also assures a mobile more resistant to the future.