OnePlus 5 surpasses 300,000 registrations in just two days

16 June 2017
The interest keeps growing with the forthcoming event in China on June 21.

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XtremE16, 16 Jun 2017Hahaha lol Chinese iPhone.. . Doesnt matter which iphone - all iphones are china made

  • Anonymous

And it's true! They never settle raising their prices.

  • AnonD-249419

Very simple. Copy paste HTC or iPhone design and features, put oxygen OS inside which somebody else will optimize, cut worker's payment and sell it cheap as hell then tell people never settle. Thats it

  • Anonymous

AnonD-368020, 16 Jun 2017Chinese really know how to sell their stuff. Youtube is full of ... moreIf u had one u would definitely know the phone is worth the praise

Pround owner of OP3

  • AnonD-368020

AnonD-146024, 16 Jun 2017Remember, it's the same OnePlus who ran a contest on their websi... moreChinese really know how to sell their stuff. Youtube is full of reviewers who review one plus 3t as " review after 3 months, 6 months, why it's still best in 2017, 10 reasons to buy etc etc." Do they really care about one plus that much?? Doesn't is sound fishy?

  • Anonymous

Here comes the performance king (of 2017 too). A company that actually tries to top their last year's offering...

  • Anonymous

One thing not to forget here is that this is before the phone has actually been made official and all it's specs are confirmed.

  • iDude

"3,300 mAh battery".

Enjoy your 5 hour on screen time. While other phones are making > 10 hours.

  • AnonD-510098

Very low. As people have stated, other companies such as Honor are doing better even though everyone is hyping up the OnePlus 5. It looks like a flop with a battery smaller than its predecessor and an iPhone 7 Plus cloned design.

The Honor 9 crossed 350,000 in one day. And that was from only one retailer. They will also sell on Vmall and 6 other websites so the number is ALOT higher

Anonymous, 16 Jun 2017You're really comparing a well-established parent company's regi... moreTo be fair, Honor brand is also a subsidiary. Huawei wants to separate Honor as a standalone brand. I had expected better demand for OnePlus phones given their previous track record but once again it reminded me how important is brand value.

  • Anonymous

overhyped, overrated, overpriced

  • Anonymous

Novage, 16 Jun 2017This is not huge especially in front of the honor 9 with 4m regi... moreYou're really comparing a well-established parent company's registrations to a subsidiary's? Some people are really short-sighted.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 16 Jun 2017With a population around 1,387,977,798... not sure how to define... more...because each and every one of those people is interested in and/or able to obtain a smartphone, right?

Hahaha lol Chinese iPhone.. .

  • AnonD-146024

AnonD-368020, 16 Jun 2017Even if you click on e-commerce sites for product info, you auto... moreRemember, it's the same OnePlus who ran a contest on their website in which you had to vote OnePlus 3T as best phone for your entry to be considered. Afterwards, they advertised the poll results for months . LOL

  • ZloiYuri

They said, 1+5 again abandoned 20 lte band? Or not, anybody know?

  • AnonD-368020

Even if you click on e-commerce sites for product info, you automatically gets ragistered for sale. It doesn't reflect the actual demand.
ITS the pre orders (prepaid) that really should be considered the benchmark for popularity of any device.

This is not huge especially in front of the honor 9 with 4m registrations

  • Anonymous

With a population around 1,387,977,798... not sure how to define only 300,000.