Oneplus 5 Review

With rumors starting as early as February, the OnePlus 5 is ont of the most anticipated and most researched smartphone of 2017. OnePlus has made a name for itself by building phones with good design and powerful technical features, at a reasonable price. Just as expected, the phone has launched as the summer started, and OnePlus’ CEO is saying that it is their fastest-selling device ever. We’ve taken one for […]

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