OnePlus 5: Longer battery life thanks to Snapdragon 835 and Full HD display?

OnePlus 5: Longer battery life thanks to Snapdragon 835 and Full HD display?

The battery capacity of the OnePlus 5 is to be increased only minimally according to the latest rumors. Nevertheless, the OnePlus 3T successor could score with a longer recharge time. The reason: OnePlus clearly combines the new Qualcomm chip Snapdragon 835 with a Full HD display.

On the net, new details about the OnePlus 5 are circulating. According to this, the successor to the OnePlus 3T is to be equipped with a permanently installed 3,600-millimeter-hour battery. If the rumors prove true, OnePlus would improve the battery of the new flagship killer only minimally. The battery of the OnePlus 3T finally offered a capacity of 3,400 milliamperes.

OnePlus 5: More efficient hardware and small display

However, the OnePlus 5 could have a much longer battery life than its predecessor. The reason is that the new, more economical Quad-Core Chip Snapdragon 835 from Qualcomm is to be used. In addition, the 5.5-inch display of the OnePlus 5 of the MyDrivers website will only be available in Full HD.

OnePlus 5: Longer battery life thanks to Snapdragon 835 and Full HD display?

The lower resolution of the screen compared to other top smartphones should have a positive impact on the battery life. Not without reason, for example, Samsung delivers its current top-selling Galaxy S8 smartphone with reduced resolution. At the factory, the S8 runs at a resolution of 2,220 x 1,080 pixels, although the screen supports WQHD + (2,960 x 1,440 pixels). However, the higher resolution must be activated by the user in the settings.

It remains to be seen, however, whether the OnePlus 5 really only with a Full HD display appears. Because on the net there are also rumors that the Chinese manufacturer will put on a QHD display (2K). What would you prefer? Vote and discuss with the Awaqa editorial team.

Source: Phonearena

OnePlus 5: Longer battery life thanks to Snapdragon 835 and Full HD display? was last modified: May 4th, 2017 by Boby Sanburn