Brooklyn, oh Brooklyn. OnePlus took over the East River shore to slam some machinery together and bring up the OnePlus 5T. It’s the second year that this manufacturer decided on pushing a quick turnaround on iteration and it caps off a whirlwind of big device launches this fall.

We dissect every little aspect of it and go into our favorite punching bags: Sprint, Face ID and wearables. All the news fit to podcast as we chat with scene newcomer Ryan Woo on this episode of the Pocketnow Weekly!

Watch the video recorded from 3:00pm Eastern on November 17th, or check out the high-quality audio version right here. You can chat while the show is broadcasting live on Twitter using the hashtag #PNWeekly or shoot your listener emails to [email protected] for a shot at getting your question read aloud on the air the following week!

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November 17, 2017


Juan Carlos Bagnell

Jules Wang


Ryan Woo (Fried Face)


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News Summary


Samsung Galaxy S5 mini


OnePlus 5T


The OnePlus 5T launches with the same big specs and a couple of headline changes, too. Android Oreo will take a while to get to the device, but at least the display won’t be all weird like the OnePlus 5, right? Also, we check on a potential Star Wars special edition and look at backdoors galore.


See you soon!

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