Huawei's ambitious plans to compete with the iPhone in the U.S. derailed (for now)
Maybe you don’t like the diminishing bang-for-buck benefit that OnePlus was once popular for.
Maybe you’re not terribly infatuated with its non-unique looks.
Maybe you expected more than just a dual-camera and a newer chipset.
Maybe you’re mad at OnePlus for ditching its uniqueness away and becoming a fulltime copycat of its more popular competitors.
Countless reasons can be mentioned here, but point is, the OnePlus 5 won’t magically float just anyone’s boat. The once-present aura of …