OnePlus 5 Price in Singapore & Specifications

The OnePlus 5 features a 1080 x 1920pixels display with 401ppi and weighs 153g. This device also comes with a 20 + 16MP rear camera & a 16MP front camera, as well as a 3300mAh battery capacity. Release date for the OnePlus 5: June 2017.

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The OnePlus 5 features a 1080 x 1920pixels display with 401ppi and weighs 153g. This device also comes with a 20 + 16MP rear camera & a 16MP front camera, as well as a 3300mAh battery capacity. Release date for the OnePlus 5: June 2017.

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Cheapest OnePlus 5 Price in Singapore is S$ 469.00

The OnePlus 5 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest OnePlus 5 price in Singapore is S$ 469.00 from Shopee. You can also choose between different OnePlus 5 variants with 128GB Midnight Black starting from S$ 469.00. OnePlus 5 price details are updated April 2021.

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Price List by Country for OnePlus 5

Country International Price Price in SGD
Malaysia MYR 2,000.00 S$ 647.00
Philippines PHP 20,142.00 S$ 556.00
Singapore SGD 469.00 S$ 469.00
Vietnam VND 5.774.533 S$ 334.00

OnePlus 5 Price in Singapore by Variants

Variants Price Store
OnePlus 5 128GB Midnight Black S$ 469.00 Shopee
OnePlus 5 128GB Gold Offer unavailable
OnePlus 5 64GB Gold Offer unavailable

OnePlus 5 Specs

Screen Size 5.5"
Pixel Density 401ppi
Display Resolution 1080 x 1920pixels
Water Resistant No
Scratch Resistant Yes
Rear Camera 20 + 16MP
Front Camera 16MP
Camera Lenses Single Camera
Video Resolution 4K
Storage 128GB
Expandable Memory No
Weight 153g
Body Material Metal
Dimensions (W x H x D) 154.2 x 74.1 x 7.3mm
Battery Capacity 3400mAh
Charging Fast Charging
CPU Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 821 (14 nm)
Processor Core Octa Core
OS Android
Dual SIM Yes
SIM Card Nano-SIM
USB Connectors Type-C
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Face Recognition No
Fingerprint Scanner Yes
Colours Black

OnePlus 5 Price, Review, and Specs in Singapore

OnePlus 5 in Singapore – A Flagship Phone With Excellent Value

For anyone looking for an affordable flagship phone, you’ll definitely love the OnePlus 5 as it is a phone that is hard to dislike. It does not only work at a fast speed but has a good camera as well as excellent battery life.

Dual nanoSIM Slots

Instead of the usual spot for a SIM and a microSD card, the OnePlus 5 has two nanoSIM slots. This makes it the perfect travelling device as it supports for many of GSM and LTE bands.

Sleek and Lightweight

It is common for most smartphone companies to take inspiration from iPhone designs just like what OnePlus did for this phone, particularly the fingerprint sensor and the dual-camera. Wrapped in a sleek, anodized aluminium body, the OnePlus 5 is very much well-built. Compared to the other OnePlus phones, this is the thinnest flagship phone they have made and weight at 153 gram. The usual OnePlus features are added too such as the texture notification slider that allows users to swiftly jump between notification levels such as Priority and Do Not Disturb. On either side of the fingerprint-sensing home button, they act as the Back and Recent buttons which can be swapped according to your preference.

No-nonsense Display

Running at 1080p with a 5.5-inch AMOLED panel in a traditional 16:9 aspect ratio with no curves. Although the display might not be crisped as the Samsung Galaxy line, the pixel density is sufficient as it works out to 401 PPI. Reading small text would not be a problem with this display. On top of that, the screen offers good brightness and can be seen under harsh outdoor light.

Dual Cameras

The top feature of the OnePlus 5 is hands down the two cameras on the rear. One camera has 16-MP paired with the sharp F1.7 lens, while the other boasts a 20-MP camera paired with an F2.6. Users are given the ability to get up-close and personal with the object or person they are shooting. Within the camera app, there is a portrait mode which allows users to select images with a blurred background to achieve the better-looking portrait photos.

Custom Version of Android

Running under a custom version of OnePlus’s Android version known as the Oxygen OS, it gives the OnePlus 5 an edge to its clean software. Nevertheless, it still runs on Nougat without being with a slight modification. You can still utilise the same notification system, similar launcher, same app drawer similar to what you see on the Google smartphones. The added advantage to the slight tweak is the features like reading mode which is rather useful.

Dash Charging

Another important feature that most smartphones users are looking for is the quick-charge. On the OnePlus 5, the feature is known as dash charging and has drastically improved it compared to the older versions. The 3300mAh battery can be fully charged within an hour. Make sure to not lose the cable or the charger as it is needed for the dash charging.

A Bang for Your Buck

The OnePlus 5 price in Singapore starts from S$480 which makes this phone so much more affordable compared to other flagship phones. Considering the number of amazing features you'll get, the OnePlus 5 is definitely worth it.

Reviews of OnePlus 5
Reviewed on 2017-09-05
Decent value for money, Sensible, clean UI, Decent customization options out of box, Attractive and coloraccurate display, True flagship processing platform, 128GB storage
Uninspiredlooking front, Only Full HD display resolution, Underwhelming imaging quality, No water/dustresistance build, No microSD card slot, USB TypeC still on USB 2.0
OnePlus steps up their flagship-killing game with the OnePlus 5, and they couldn't have chosen a better time to do so. As IFA 2017 draws nearer, together with the likelihood of more updated handsets getting launched, OnePlus jumps the gun and fires their...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-02
OnePlus specializes in selling phones direct to customers at lower prices than other brands.This is the slimmest OnePlus phone so far, but not the most distinctive. The iPhone-like aluminium back panel (available in black or dark grey) has lost its...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-11
Excellent performance, Better battery life, Waterresistant, More refined experience, Easier to handle, Great value for money, Fast charger in the box, Easier to customize
The iPhone 8 Plus has arrived with a bang, aiming for a spot on the winning podium. A ton of competition from the Android realm is also vying for a place there, with one of the best bang-for-buck competitors being the OnePlus 5, a rather affordable hands...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-01
Handheld video shooting and any photography that benefits from a longer focal length
Good exposure and pleasant color, Good compromise between detail and noise reduction at higher ISOs, Intuitive camera app with comprehensive feature set, Good portrait/bokeh mode, Manual mode and Raw capture, Decent front camera, Excellent video stabiliza...
The OnePlus 5 is the Chinese manufacturer's flagship smartphone, replacing last year's OnePlus 3T. The new model is the first OnePlus to feature a dual-camera setup and offers some enticing imaging specifications: a main camera with a 1/2.8" 16MP Sony IM...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-22
Better cameras take clearer photos and videos, Water resistant, Much larger screen in a slightly larger body, Taller aspect ratio is great for work and multitasking, S Pen could be useful and fun, Available on any major US carrier, Half the price, yet jus...
There are many things to like about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and very few reasons not to get one. It is big, it is shiny, and it is powerful. It comes with an S Pen stylus, and its dual camera is capable of actual 2X zoom and bokeh effects. But there is...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-29
One of the fastest smartphones in the world (we were able to get the No.1 rank in Antutu benchmark), One of the best Dual Cameras we have tested so far, Extremely responsive UI, no android bloat, Massive 6GB or 8GB RAM options, 64 GB variant (this is some...
Typical Dual Camera design choice tradeoffs in picture quality, RAW. DNGs currently have an intense pink hue (this is something we expect to be fixed shortly)
OnePlus made quite a name for themselves with the release of the original OnePlus One, it was an affordable phone with killer insides capable of competing with the flagships of the time.Their philosophy has always been to provide the best hardware, at the...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-22
If you're considering getting a new high-end Android phone, your search is over.The OnePlus 5 is not only the best smartphone currently available, but it's also the cheapest high-end device. Starting at $479, it's more expensive than previous iterations...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-15
The OnePlus 5 is a fantastic Android device but it's certainly had its fair share of problems since launching a little over a month ago. Things may have gotten off to a rocky start but OnePlus has done a good job at issuing prompt, speedy software updates...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-11
Smartphone photography has come a long way since Android's early days. With newer, more advanced camera hardware and software, most high-end flagships (even mid-range devices) are capable of taking some pretty great photos. The OnePlus 5 is one of them. L...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-04
Fast in both theory and practice, Longer battery life, Dual camera with useful zooming capabilities, More onboard storage, Quick charging, Dual SIM capabilities, More compact, Easier to use with one hand, Waterresistant, Dual camera with extrawide lens fo...
Let's say that you're looking for a new Android phone, and around $500 is all you're willing to spend. Until recently, one of your best options would have been the LG G6 – a feature-packed, water-resistant handset with attractive design and a versatile d...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-27
Excellent performance in all facets from topend hardware. Premium, metal unibody
Small bezels, water resistance, expandable storage aren't found here. Camera improvements focused on the wrong areas. Price increase lets Xiaomi take the value crown
OnePlus has developed a serious fan following over the last couple of years, driven by their marketing and the highly attractive price of their flagship-quality products. The company is back at it in 2017 with the OnePlus 5, again attempting to dethrone t...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-27
fancy, slim and very stable case, dual SIM capable, supports many LTE frequencies, good voice quality, nicely enhanced Android, no bloatware, very fast charging time, exact GPS, OLED screen with accurate colors, fast Wi-Fi, good performance, loud speaker...
main camera quality not on high-end level, heats up under long loads, throttling during strong load, jelly effect when scrolling, interchanged microphone channels for videos, USB 2.0 only, no microSD slot, case is not water or dust resistant
Computation artist. The OnePlus 5 is a fast smartphone that is available for a good price - although it is not as cheap as it used to be and competition has increased. Can the smartphone with dual camera, AMOLED screen and a slim case still hold its groun...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-23
There's been a lot of talk about the issues of the OnePlus 5, but do these problems really affect your day to day use? Just how good is this new flagship? Find out in our full review.I've been fortunate enough to have owned every single OnePlus Phone to d...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-22
Every new smartphone brings with it the inevitable question: how good is the battery life? Smartphone technology has advanced rapidly over the past ten years, but while there have been some improvements in battery technology, it definitely hasn't kept up...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-16
Fast phones like Xiaomi Mi6 and Samsung S8 sure are fast, but trail to iPhone 7 Plus and HTC U11. OnePlus 5 with 8GB RAM Midnight Black Review shows using the latest Oxygen OS 4.5.5, coupled with 8GB RAM and Snapdragon 835 makes OnePlus 5 the best gaming...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-14
Affordable for what it is, Fast (but not so smooth) performance, Customizable, bloatfree Android interface, No microSD cards, but has 128 GB option, (Only) Good camera, Very good battery life, Buttery smooth performance, Great battery life, Excellent iOS...
OnePlus, a company that started making phones just three years ago, has already built a name for itself with the great value-for-money phones that it makes. The OnePlus 5 is its best and its most expensive phone so far, yet it still costs a lot less than...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-14
Great priceperformance ratio, Dash charging is very fast, Lots of storage, Solid battery life, Very loud loudspeaker, Sleek design, Display is very bright and sharp, Best in class camera, IP68 rated
In keeping with OnePlus tradition, this year's OnePlus 5 is an aggressively spec'd phone that aims to be a more affordable alternative to the iPhones and Galaxies of the world, without too many compromises in build quality, hardware, and user experience...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-12
We regularly like to compare cameras between the latest smartphones, and there's a very good reason for that. Despite all the extra features, fancy screens and loud speakers, the camera is still likely the most important feature of any phone for most peop...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-12
Top-notch performance, excellent battery life, Dash Charge is super fast, lightweight and fast software, great (if not top tier) camera, alert slider is great for silencing notifications, great fingerprint scanner, price is still reasonable
No water resistance, no microSD card slot, minor software glitches, so-so audio, Prev2 of 2Next
In 2014, OnePlus stormed into the Android phone market with premium hardware and pared down software at what seemed like an impossibly low price. In truth, the price — $300 — really was impossibly low. It was never going to be economically feasible for th...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-10
Each year OnePlus manages to create a huge hype about their upcoming smartphone and they did that again with their OnePlus 5. This is the most mature, the most powerful and the most expensive OnePlus the company has ever made. Is the so-called flagship ki...
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