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  • The newest flagship from the company OnePlus is the OnePlus 5.

  • OnePlus has been competing with the major smartphone manufacturers by delivering flagship

  • specs at a slightly lower price point and so far they've been doing a pretty good

  • job.

  • I haven't had one of their phones fail my test yet, but since OnePlus claims this phone

  • is their thinnest phone yet, maybe it will be the first to fail.

  • Let's get started.

  • [Intro]

  • This Midnight Black OnePlus 5 feels solid right out of the box.

  • It's a slab of thick glass and cold metal that deserves to be put through my durability

  • test just like every other phone.

  • The Mohs scratch test is first.

  • Since OnePlus is advertising Gorilla Glass 5 on this device, we know that the scratch

  • resistance is going to be on par with the Galaxy S8 and the iPhone 7.

  • It'll scratch at a level 6 with a deeper groove at a Mohs 7.

  • The strongest screen I've ever tested was the sapphire screen of the HTC U Ultra, which

  • scored a level 8.

  • Either way, keys, coins, and razors will not scratch the OnePlus screen.

  • Speaking of un-scratchable, the home button is made from ceramic, a material harder than

  • glass.

  • This means that the fingerprint scanning touchpad won't be damaged by anything normal, unless

  • of course your phone is tumbling around in a bag full of uncut diamonds which would actually

  • be a fantastic problem to have.

  • Until then, physical fingerprint scanner damage is not going to happen.

  • The front 16 megapixel camera with electronic image stabilization is covered by the Gorilla

  • Glass 5, and while that sentence probably makes no sense to the average person, people

  • familiar with my videos know that the camera lens is not going to be getting scratched

  • or damaged.

  • The earpiece is made from metal.

  • No worrying about it ever falling out or tearing.

  • So far this phone is made from some pretty solid materials.

  • On the back of the phone we have one of my favorite new features: the dual cameras.

  • When I first used a dual camera phone, I thought it was going to be a gimmick, but after using

  • it, it's definitely a feature that's here to stay for a while.

  • The regular 16 megapixel camera and the 20 megapixel zoom lens are both covered by the

  • same piece of glass and are scratch resistant.

  • The flash is plastic, but that's normal and nobody cares.

  • Now it might have crossed your mind that this phone looks a lot like another popular phone

  • on the market right now, and you're not wrong.

  • The iPhone 7 Plus and the OnePlus 5 are eerily similar.

  • The iPhone does look slightly more premium with its aluminum body curving right up to

  • the lenses, but it also has about half the megapixels as the OnePlus 5.

  • My buddy Saf over at SuperSaf TV does some pretty sweet side-by-side camera comparisons

  • so it will be interesting to see what he says about the cameras.

  • I'll link his video in the video description.

  • The OnePlus 5 and the iPhone 7 Plus do have a pretty similar physical footprint though.

  • Now back when the company OnePlus starting making phones in 2014, they released the OnePlus

  • One, whose name might have been based off the exclusive invite-only system that was

  • required to buy one of their phones.

  • The OnePlus 2 was also invite only.

  • And finally with the OnePlus 3 they got rid of that invite system.

  • You might have noticed that they skipped the number 4.

  • Skipping the OnePlus 4 might be out of respect to some Asian nations who are superstitious

  • of the number 4.

  • The number 4's pronunciation is very similar to the word for death.

  • Nokia has also been skipping the number 4 with their phones for the exact same reason,

  • and that's a pretty valid reason.

  • Nobody else in the world wants to buy a phone nameddeatheither.

  • You also might be thinking to yourself that a razorblade is a bit extreme for a scratch

  • test and I agree.

  • I did try some more realistic objects like my keys.

  • They initially left a mark but the marks rubbed completely off.

  • I also tried a metal coin, scratching the anodized back metal, and these marks as well

  • could be magically erased from the back of the phone with my finger.

  • Pretty darn impressive.

  • The anodized aluminum, just like on the iPhones, can handle your basic coins and keys scratching

  • it, but it can also be damaged by sharp rocks, razors, or that sack full of diamonds we were

  • talking about earlier.

  • It is durable, but not invincible.

  • The volume button is made from metal along with the mute switch that I wish was a feature

  • on more cell phones.

  • I've come to miss it on my own Galaxy S8.

  • The dual SIM card tray and power button are also metal.

  • Down here at the bottom of the phone we have our USB-C slot and even a headphone jack.

  • If you don't mind the lack of water resistance, this device has pretty much every useful tool

  • a person could want in a cell phone.

  • It looks like the phone is made out of premium feeling metal everywhere and that makes me

  • happy.

  • Time for the burn test.

  • The OnePlus 5 is rocking a 5.5 inch AMOLED screen and lasted a surprisingly long time

  • under the heat from my lighter.

  • It was burning for about 40 seconds before I noticed a faint white mark forming on the

  • pixels.

  • The pixels never did recover, so like if you ever drop your phone in a fire, try to rescue

  • it as soon as possible.

  • Or, you know, just don't drop your phone in a fire.

  • And finally we have the ultimate test of build quality, the bend test.

  • Since OnePlus was bragging about thinness on this phone, I was slightly nervous that

  • the phone would break.

  • Turns out I had nothing to worry about.

  • The screen does pop out from the frame which shows us that there is no waterproofing adhesive

  • like we saw during my iPhone 7 test, but the phone locks out after the pop and does not

  • bend any farther.

  • It's even less flexible from the front side since that screen is set down inside the metal

  • frame keeping things from moving around at all.

  • This OnePlus 5 definitely passes the bend test.

  • One interesting thing is that OnePlus is advertising 2.5D glass on their phone.

  • If you remember the HTC U11 advertised 3D glass.

  • You can tell that the 3D glass has a major curve to it while a 2.5D is more of a bevel,

  • leaving the glass itself flat allowing it more give and play during and stressful situation.

  • The rigid 3D glass combined with that flexible metal from on the U11 is what got it obliterated

  • during my last durability test.

  • The OnePlus 5 also has a plastic buffer between the glass and the metal which will help the

  • screen survive against impacts or drops.

  • The subtle differences in construction that you normally wouldn't notice go a long way

  • in the durability of a device.

  • But like always, you can plop a case on your phone and just have nothing to worry about.

  • I always have a case on my phone.

  • I'm pretty impressed with the OnePlus 5.

  • They have continued their tradition of solid build quality.

  • Physically it might look a lot like the iPhone 7 Plus, but it's several hundred dollars

  • cheaper, has more megapixels in the cameras, and includes a headphone jack.

  • So it gets a thumbs up from me.

  • It will be fun to tear it open and see if they include a bright red battery inside like

  • they did in the old days.

  • Come hang out with me on Instagram and we'll find out.

  • Thanks a ton for subscribing, and thanks for watching.

  • I'll see you around.

The newest flagship from the company OnePlus is the OnePlus 5.

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OnePlus 5耐久テスト!キズ・焼け・曲がりテスト済み (OnePlus 5 Durability Test! Scratch - Burn - BEND Tested)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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