Nokia 3 Now Available Online in India: All You Need to Know

Nokia 3, the offline-exclusive Nokia Android phone that was launched earlier this month, can now be purchased online in India. The cheapest of the three new Nokia phones, the Nokia 3 has been listed on its site by large-format retailer Croma, meaning you can purchase the smartphone without heading to a physical store. With a Rs. 9,499 price tag, Nokia 3 is available to buy in Black colour, while other colours have gone out of stock. Notably, this is not the first time Croma has listed an offline-only Nokia phone on its e-commerce website.

Prior to this, the Nokia 3310 was also available via Croma’s online store – which is also offline exclusive in India. The Nokia 5, priced at Rs. 12,899, has also been listed at the online store of Croma though currently ‘out of stock’; the Nokia Android phone is yet to go on sale in India, both online and offline. As announced earlier by HMD Global, the Nokia 5 will be going up for pre-bookings starting July 7 through offline channels. The Croma listing was first reported by Gizbot.

Nokia 3 Now Available Online in India: All You Need to Know

HMD Global unveiled the trio of Nokia Android smartphones in India earlier this month, of which Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 are offline-only, and Nokia 6 is online-exclusive.

Nokia 3 specifications
To refresh, the Nokia 3 is targeted at those who are looking for a premium-looking handset at a budget and features a 5-inch HD display, Android 7.0 Nougat, and 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek 6737 SoC. It comes with 16GB of inbuilt storage, which is expandable via microSD card (up to 128GB). Optics include an 8-megapixel camera on both the front and back. The Nokia 3 packs a 2650mAh battery and measures 143.4×71.4×8.4mm.

 

Liquid Diet! 7 Things to Know About Liquid Diet

These days people want to lose more weight in less time. That becomes the base of many diet plans and Liquid diet for weight loss is one of such famous diet plans. From Beyonce Knowles to Sonakshi Sinha, they all at some point chose Liquid Diet for weight loss. But is it really a right way to shed weight? Let’s know it all!

To know more about healthy weight loss diet plans that are not only effective but also sustainable, consult a Truweight Nutritionist. Let us help you lose weight in the most healthy way. Click here for a FREE consultation!

What is a liquid diet?

A diet that is primarily based on liquid nutrition is called a liquid diet. Liquid diet for weight loss basically tries to fulfill the nutrient requirements of an individual only through fluids like shakes, broths etc. In this diet, you will be either asked to replace all or at least 2-3 meals of the day with some liquid sources. A Liquid Diet may be a kind of Fad diet.

Is Liquid Diet good for health?
Is Liquid Diet good for health?

What do you eat on a liquid diet?

Basically, you eat nothing but just drink! Yes, it is all about surviving on a fluid diet. Liquid diet usually includes the following:

  • Fruit Juices
  • Vegetable Juices
  • Soup broth
  • Shakes
  • Coconut water
  • Sports drinks
  • Strained gelatin water

Are Liquid Diets Good For You?

The answer would be a NO. If only certain liquids would have been enough to maintain a good health and a body, we wouldn’t have needed any food at all. But we have been blessed with many food groups, which we all require for a healthy living. So, if you’d ask us, we will never promote liquid diets for weight loss. We believe food can be the answer to all your health problems, including weight gain.

Truweight’s take on Liquid diets for weight loss:

So to hush all the noises about liquid diets for weight loss, we bring to you the following points that will show the various side effects of liquid diet:

  1. Liquid diet ignores Carbohydrates:

    To all who are willing to go on a zero carb diet or liquid diet without carbs, you are ignoring something very important. Carbohydrates are the sources of energy for the body. They are found in foods like vegetables, fruits, dairy products, whole grains etc. The body requires these foods to prepare glucose which is used for energy right away or can be stored for later uses. Most of the liquid diets will, therefore, make your body devoid of this energy, making it unhealthy.

    Liquid Diet for Weight Loss Ignores Carbs
    Liquid Diet for Weight Loss Ignores Carbs

Results: Fatigue, poor heart health, dizziness etc.

  1. Liquid diet ignores Fibers:

    Liquid diets cannot serve the recommended fiber requirement of your body. Fibers are important for digestion and keeping a cholesterol check as well as proper bowel movements in your body.

    Liquid Diet for weight loss also ignores fibers
    Liquid Diet for weight loss also ignores fibers

Results: Constipation, High cholesterol and poor digestion

  1. Causes deficiencies in the body:

    Liquid diet restricts many nutrients. This may result in severe malnutrition. Moreover, this diet can make you calorie deficit that will inhibit the normal body regulations.

    Liquid diet may lead to malnutrition
    Liquid diet may lead to malnutrition

Results: Gallbladder problems, heart issues, fatigue, etc.

  1. Not enough proteins:

    Although there are protein supplementing drinks for weight loss on a liquid diet, they still don’t meet the protein requirements. Proteins are the building blocks of your muscles.And we all know that without enough proteins, there will be severe muscle loss that will further deteriorate the body.

    Liquid diet often doesn't meet the protein requirements
    Liquid diet often doesn’t meet the protein requirements

Results: A weaker body with heart issues.

  1. Lowers metabolism:

    The liquid diet can lower body’s metabolism. And this will not only exist during the diet period but may extend in the long run

    Liquid diet can lower body's metabolism
    Liquid diet can lower body’s metabolism

Results: Serious damage to the body functions

  1. Doesn’t last long: Do all liquid diets work?

If weight loss is the only thing you are looking for then on a liquid diet, you will surely lose weight. Yes. But that will be at the cost of your health. Moreover, such weight loss is never sustainable. Soon after you start eating a balanced diet with whole foods again there are chances of bouncing back to that lost weight.

Post the Liquid diet the weight may bounce back
Post the Liquid diet the weight may bounce back
  1. A liquid diet can bring severe mood swings:

    It will not only come with hunger issues but also moodiness. It is often found that people on liquid diets can become cranky and irritated easily

    Liquid diet for weight loss can bring mood swings
    Liquid diet for weight loss can bring mood swings

On the Oprah Winfrey’s show, when Beyonce was asked how she felt on the Master Cleanse Diet (a kind of liquid diet), the star singer replied, “I was cranky!”

However, if you want to include certain liquid drinks in your normal diet you can always opt for healthy drinks. Some of Truweight’s recommendations would be Fruit and Nut Smoothie and Green Tea. 

Some FAQs on Liquid diet:

Q. Is juice fasting bad for you?

A.If juices could be enough for your body, why would we be eating food at all? Juices are healthy and must be included in your diet but if you take up only juices restricting foods then it will only harm you.

Q.What can I drink to help me lose weight?

A. For a liquid diet the usual drinks for weight loss are:

Water

Vegetable Juices

Tea without sugar

Green tea

Skim milk

Q. Do detox drinks make you lose weight?

A. Detox drinks mainly help in washing away the body toxins. It is a wonderful way to make you look brighter and feel healthier and can also help you in losing weight.

Our body needs a balanced diet covering all the food groups. So any restricted diet such as a Liquid Diet although will make you slimmer in a short time but that can never be healthy. Now that you know all about Liquid Diet, the choice is yours!

 

Khamiri Roti: Everything you Need to Know About Mughal’s Favourite Bread!

In the midst of choosing between white and brown breads, somewhere we have lost out on traditional rotis, which were a staple diet of families in every Muslim neighbourhood of Old Delhi. One of them is Khamiri Roti, which is believed to have been a popular staple in the Mughal Age. Mostly found in the streets of Old Delhi, Khamiris make an exceptional combination with non-vegetarian dishes such as Korma. If you haven’t tried them yet, it’s time you gorge on these spongy and chewy rotis that are definitely going to leave you asking for more. Read on as we tell you more about Khamiri Rotis.

What is Khamiri Roti?

‘Khamir’ is an Urdu word meaning yeast. A leavened baked flatbread, Khamiri is believed to have originated in the Mughal era and was a staple amongst the people. Not just Khamiri, but breads like Naan and Bakarkhani among others were eaten during this era. According to Celebrity Chef Sadaf Hussain, Indian bread industry was run by Naan Baisand Bhatiyaras, who used to supply locals a range of traditional breads. Naan Bais used to supply bulk orders during festivals and other family events whereas Bhatiyaras used to supply breads on a daily basis to various households.

khamiri roti

Although Bhatiyaras do not exist anymore, the roti shops are now generally seen in the bylanes run by Naan Bai community, who now sell these rotis in bulk orders as well as small quantities.

Khamiris are soft, spongy and have a slight tangy taste that makes them extremely unique and special. Earlier, in summers, people used to ferment the atta by leaving it overnight to let the dough rise and prepare these rotis. However, nowadays, yeast or baking soda is added to quicken and ease the process. This Indian version of sourdough bread tastes best with Indian curries and dals. Chef Sadaf tells, “This is a fluffy and spongy bread made up of sour bread, and can be easily found in a Muslim household. Traditionally, it is made in a tandoor but one can also make it in a pressure cooker or ulta tawa. We Muslims eat it almost every week pairing it with various kinds of gravy. The usage increases during festivals, because these festivities mean a lot of rich and delectable food. It can be eaten with Nalli Nihari, Mutton Keema, or any other curry dish. I would suggest, Old Delhi, Jama Masjid and Chawri Bazaar are the best places to gorge on to these delights.”

khamiri roti with mutton

If you want to try this amazing roti anytime soon, you can drop in at Old Delhi’s legendary Nihari Wala or Kallu Mian, hidden behind Delite Cinema, near A-One Chicken corner shop in Old Delhi. While everyone swears on its Nihari, the gorgeous Khamiri Roti that is served right out of a clay oven helps enhance its taste. If you haven’t tasted this traditional Indian pita bread, you sure have missed out on one of the gems in the culinary world.

Everything You Think You Know About AI Is Wrong

Robots are coming for our jobs. Terminators will soon murder us all. There is no escape. Resistance is futile.
These doom-laden predictions probably sound familiar to anyone who’s read or seen any movies lately involving artificial intelligence. Sometimes they’re invoked with genuine alarm, as in the case of Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking warning against the danger of killer automatons. Other times, the anxiety comes across as a kind of detached, ironic humor masking the true depths of our dread, as if tweeting nervous jokes about #Skynet will somehow forestall its rise.

AI raises unsettling questions about our place in the economy and society; even if by some miracle 99 percent of employers agree not to use robots to automate labor, that still leaves many hardworking people potentially in the lurch. That’s why it’s important to talk about the impact AI will have on our future now, while we have a chance to do something about it. And the questions are complicated: Whose jobs will be at stake, exactly? How do we integrate those people back into the economy?

But the more I learn about artificial intelligence, the more I’ve come to realize how little most of us – myself included – really understand about how the technology is actually developing, which in turn has a direct impact on the way we experience AI in the real world. It’s one thing to get excited about Siri and chatbots. It’s something else entirely to hear that certain fields of AI research are progressing much more rapidly than others, with implications for the way that technology will shape our culture and institutions in the years to come.

 

Everything You Think You Know About AI Is Wrong

Killer robots may be much further off than you think
For something like the Terminator to become reality, a whole bunch of technologies need to be sufficiently advanced at the same time. What’s really happening is that AI researchers are making much greater progress on some ideas such as natural-language processing (i.e., understanding plain English) and data analysis, and far less quickly on other branches of AI such as decision-making and deductive reasoning. Why? Because starting in the mid-to-late 2000s, scientists achieved a breakthrough in the way they thought about neural networks, or the systems that allow AI to interpret data.

Along with the explosion of raw data made possible by the Internet, this discovery allowed machine learning to take off at a near-exponential rate, whereas other types of AI research are plodding along at merely a linear pace, said Guruduth Banavar, an IBM executive who oversees the company’s research on cognitive computing and artificial intelligence.

“What is not talked about much in the media is that AI is really a portfolio of technologies,” said Banavar. “Don’t just look at one field and assume that all of the remaining portions of the AI field are moving at the same pace.”

This doesn’t mean scientists won’t make breakthroughs in those other AI fields that eventually make killer robots possible. But it does mean, for now, that the limits of our research may be putting important constraints on our ability to create the fully sentient machines of our nightmares. This is vital, because in the meantime, the other advances we’ve made are pushing us toward creating very specific kinds of artificial intelligence that do not resemble the Terminator robot at all.

For instance, consumers are already seeing our machine learning research reflected in the sudden explosion of digital personal assistants like Siri, Alexa and Google Now – technologies that are very good at interpreting voice-based requests but aren’t capable of much more than that. These “narrow AI” have been designed with a specific purpose in mind: To help people do the things regular people do, whether it’s looking up the weather or sending a text message.

Narrow, specialized AI is also what companies like IBM have been pursuing. It includes, for example, algorithms to help radiologists pick out tumors much more accurately by “learning” all the cancer research we’ve ever done and by “seeing” millions of sample X-rays and MRIs. These robots act much more like glorified calculators – they can ingest way more data than a single person could hope to do with his or her own brain, but they still operate within the confines of a specific task like cancer diagnosis. These robots are not going to be launching nuclear missiles anytime soon. They wouldn’t know how, or why. And the more pervasive this type of AI becomes, the more we’ll understand about how best to build the next generation of robots.

So who is going to lose their job?
Partly because we’re better at designing these limited AI systems, some experts predict that high-skilled workers will adapt to the technology as a tool, while lower-skill jobs are the ones that will see the most disruption. When the Obama administration studied the issue, it found that as many as 80 percent of jobs currently paying less than $20 an hour might someday be replaced by AI.

“That’s over a long period of time, and it’s not like you’re going to lose 80 percent of jobs and not reemploy those people,” Jason Furman, a senior economic adviser to President Obama, said in an interview. “But [even] if you lose 80 percent of jobs and reemploy 90 percent or 95 percent of those people, it’s still a big jump up in the structural number not working. So I think it poses a real distributional challenge.”

Policymakers will need to come up with inventive ways to meet this looming jobs problem. But the same estimates also hint at a way out: Higher-earning jobs stand to be less negatively affected by automation. Compared to the low-wage jobs, roughly a third of those who earn between $20 and $40 an hour are expected to fall out of work due to robots, according to Furman. And only a sliver of high-paying jobs, about 5 percent, may be subject to robot replacement.

Those numbers might look very different if researchers were truly on the brink of creating sentient AI that can really do all the same things a human can. In this hypothetical scenario, even high-skilled workers might have more reason to fear. But the fact that so much of our AI research right now appears to favor narrow forms of artificial intelligence at least suggests we could be doing a lot worse.

How to live with your robot
The trick, then, is to move as many low-skilled workers as we can into higher-skilled jobs. Some of these jobs are currently held by people; other jobs have yet to be invented. So how do we prepare America’s labor force for work that doesn’t exist yet?

Part of the answer involves learning to be more resilient and flexible, according to Julia Ross, the dean of engineering and IT at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. We should be nurturing our children to interact with people from different backgrounds and to grapple with open-ended questions, teaching them how to be creative and how to think critically – and doing it all earlier and better.

“How do we get people to understand and embrace that concept?” said Ross at a recent event hosted by The Washington Post. “That you need to be a lifelong learner, that the things that you’re learning today may be obsolete in 5 years – and that’s okay? You can get comfortable with that idea if you’re comfortable with your capacity to learn. And that’s something we have to figure out how to instill in every student today.”

Soon, teachers themselves may come to rely on narrow AI that can help students get the most out of their educational experiences, guiding their progress in the way that’s best for them and most efficient for the institution. We’re already seeing evidence of this in places like Georgia Tech, where a professor recently revealed – much to the surprise of his students – that one of his teaching assistants was a chatbot he had built himself.

Making artificial intelligence easy for regular people to use and love depends on a field of research called human-computer interaction, or HCI. And for Ben Shneiderman, a computer science professor at the University of Maryland, HCI is all about remembering the things that make people human.

This means giving people some very concrete ways to interact with their AI. Large, high-definition touchscreens help create the impression that the human is in control, for example. And designers should emphasize choice and context over a single “correct” answer for every task. If these principles sound familiar, that’s because many of them are already baked into PCs, smartphones and tablets.

“People want to feel independent and like they can act in the world,” said Shneiderman, author of “Designing the User Interface: Strategies for Effective Human-Computer Interaction.” “The question is not ‘Is AI good or bad?’ but ‘Is the future filled with tools designed to supplement and empower people?'”

That’s not to say narrow AI is the only kind researchers are working on; indeed, academics have long been involved in a debate about the merits of narrow AI versus general artificial intelligence. But the point is that there’s nothing predetermined about general AI when so much of our current research efforts are being poured into very specific branches of the field – buckets of knowledge that do more to facilitate the use of AI as a friendly helper rather

8 things women should know about pregnancy tests

Some 100 years ago, women had to pretty much guess whether they’re pregnant or not. The first sign was, obviously, the missed periods, which could also be due to many other reasons. This shot in the dark changed as technology evolved. Having changed from critical tests and ultrasounds to a mini test kit, the latter is all that you need now to know whether you are pregnant or not.

But how accurate are these pregnancy test kits? How safe is it to rely on them? To solve these confusions, here are certain important things you should know about pregnancy tests. (Image: Wikimedia)

​Paying more doesn’t mean better results

​Paying more doesn’t mean better results

Though some expensive brands claim to be more accurate than cheaper ones, that’s not true. The only difference between the cheaper and the costlier ones is in the way the output is displayed. The cheaper ones show lines and expensive ones explicitly says if you are pregnant or not. So, spending more on a pregnancy test kit makes hardly any difference.

In fact, what matters is to check whether a test is faulty, damaged, expired, or used incorrectly. As a matter of fact, issues like these can occur with any brand or style. So, while buying a test kit, check the expiration date on the package and read the instructions thoroughly.

​The time you take the test is crucial

​The time you take the test is crucial

For the most decisive result possible, it is recommend to take the test during the first pee in the morning. There is a reason behind this. Pregnancy tests work by measuring level of hCG (human chorionic gonadotrophin) which is most concentrated when you go to loo first time in the morning. You can, of course, take the test at any other time and maybe you will get the same result. However, for the most accurate result, you should take it during first pee in the morning.

​The result can be false

The result can be false

Pregnancy tests are 97 per cent to 99 per cent accurate leaving the remaining three to one per cent as a potential margin for error – false positive or false negative. These cases can be when you’re on certain kinds of medication, such as tranquillisers, fertility drugs, or anti-convulsants. This can also happen if you’ve had a ‘chemical pregnancy’, which means the sperm technically did fertilise the egg, but the pregnancy, sadly, did not continue. This happens in 50 to 60 per cent of first time pregnancies.

​They definitely cannot tell the gender of your baby

​They definitely cannot tell the gender of your baby

This is one widespread pregnancy test myth that needs to be busted. The amount of hGC in your pee can rise equally either you’re expecting a boy or a girl. Any test that promises to tell you ‘pink or blue’ is, honestly, lying. So, it’s best to stop Googling most popular baby names until your post 20-week scan and test.

​They can expire

​They can expire
 

Just like other medicines, pregnancy test kits also have an expiry date after which they don’t work. The chemical used in them to detect hCG is no longer effective, which means that your result will go wrong. So, if you are planning to conceive and have stocked up on test kits, please do check the date before using them. (Image: Wikimedia)

​Drinking lots of water can dilute the test

​Drinking lots of water can dilute the test

You should not drink much water before taking the pregnancy test as it may dilute your urine and may not give accurate results.

​Other substances can affect the results

​Other substances can affect the results

Women who take fertility drugs that contain hCG may not get accurate results with the pregnancy test kit. However, normal medication, birth control pills and alcohol does not affect the test.

​Faint lines don’t mean something is wrong

​Faint lines don’t mean something is wrong

The test results which have two lines, indicating pregnancy, are a little confusing when one of the lines is faint. Some women may think they are not pregnant but that’s not true. A faint line also indicates a pregnancy. The faintness or darkness of a line can depend on the brand and how sensitive the test strips are. So, it is better to go and meet your gynaecologists after such a result. (Image: Wikimedia)

​What is hCG?

What is hCG?

hCG is a hormone that is produced by your body when you are pregnant. Its detectable in the blood and urine shortly after you conceive. hCG is made by cells formed in the placenta, which nourishes the egg after it has been fertilized and becomes attached to the uterine wall.

 

Monsoon skin care tips: Know how to take care of Oily and Dry skin after scorching heat

New Delhi :  

Monsoon is a time where we feel the sudden change of weather giving people respite from scorching heat. It comes as a welcome break from the Intense heatwave but the accompanying humidity is known to play havoc with skin.

At this time the immunity level of the body becomes low. This season tends to infect the air, atmosphere, surroundings food and drinks that are the basic necessities for a person to live.

In the moist humid rainy weather Skin cannot be left behind and extra care should be taken. After bearing that extreme heat of the sun, those sunburns, tans, sweaty (and stinky) summer days this is the time when you have to get back to the original quality of skin.

 Know how to take care of Oily and Dry skin this Monsoon

So to combat this condition of your skin just follow these simple tips:

Dry skin type

-Drink as much water as you can.

-Make use of use rose water and glycerin to keep your skin healthy

– Do not make use of alcohol based toners

– Make sure that you moisturize your skin frequently

-Sunscreen lotion must be used even if the sun is not visible.

-Facials and bleaching make the skin rough during rains

Oily skin type

-Wash your face almost 3-4 times a day to get rid of the excess oil from your face

– Avoid using heavy cleansing products

– Use home remedies such as milk, lemon and honey etc that rejuvenates your skin and leaves it looking fresh and glowing.

– Use hot water to wash your face instead of cold or lukewarm water as it help in dissolving the oil on the skin in a better way

-Sunscreen lotion must be used even if the sun is not visible.

-Facials and bleaching make the skin rough during rains

OnePlus 5 Launched in India: 5 Things to Know Before You Buy

OnePlus 5 (Review) has grabbed all the attention in the smartphone industry over the past week as it joined the ranks of the handful of devices with the Snapdragon 835 processor inside. The smartphone has gone on sale once already, but is out of stock on Amazon India for now, though you can grab one at the pop-up events in Hyderabad, Chennai, and Bengaluru on Saturday. If buying OnePlus 5, whether offline or online, is indeed on your mind, there are a few things you need to know about it as there are a few things that have gotten buried in all the hype surrounding the smartphone.

Tune in to our ‘Ask us anything’ on YouTube and Facebook at 2pm today if you have any questions related to the OnePlus 5, and we will do our best to answer them.

OnePlus 5 comes with a scratch guard pre-installed
Much like the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T, the OnePlus 5 comes with a scratch guard installed out of the box. For some, it’s a convenience, as it means you don’t have to spend extra on the scratch guard, but for others there’s an unnecessary step of removing it prior to use. It’s a perplexing addition all the same considering that the OnePlus 5 boasts 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 5. In the box you get a Dash Charger, SIM tray ejection pin, and a post card from OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei talking up your new purchase.

The OnePlus 5 screen is still full-HD
Despite most Android flagships moving on from full-HD to QHD – and some even 4K – for a couple of years now, OnePlus is still making do with 1080×1920 pixels on the OnePlus 5 screen. It doesn’t look as sharp or crisp as say, the LG G6 (review) or the Samsung Galaxy S8 (review), and is still is one area where OnePlus lags behind the competition, as every one of its flagships since the OnePlus One sports the same resolution – so if you’re looking to upgrade from something like the Nexus 6P, for example, then you’ll actually be going down in resolution. But for most users, this shouldn’t be too much of a concern.

OnePlus 5 Launched in India: 5 Things to Know Before You Buy

OnePlus 5 lacks waterproofing
Another miss is the lack of any form waterproofing or dust resistance. Don’t expect Samsung Galaxy S8-like IP68 certification either. Perhaps it’s the price to pay for a slimmer profile of 7.25mm, versus the S8’s 8mm thickness? Regardless of the reason, it’s a perplexing omission in 2017, as even the iPhone 7 (Review) is now fairly water resistant.

OnePlus 3 and 3T dash charger works with the OnePlus 5

As expected, Dash Charging – the company’s proprietary quick-charging tech – makes a welcome return with the OnePlus 5. And while the OnePlus 5’s charger is bulkier and boxier than that of previous variants – it looks more like an iPad charger – you can use a OnePlus 3 or 3T charger as well, which is smaller and easier to carry. You won’t be able to charge as fast as compared to using the OnePlus 5’s charger, but it still works a fair bit faster than using a generic cable and charger.

OnePlus 5 camera quirks

It might be one of the thinnest phones on the market, but the OnePlus5 still sports a camera bump, although not without good reason. There’s a 16-megapixel main camera, along with a 20-megapixel telephoto camera, to allow for portraits shots and clearer zoom. What this means is that much like the iPhone 7 Plus, LG G6, and Huawei P10 (among others) the OnePlus 5 is capable of taking those bokeh shots that are all the rage, though the dual camera setup has a few quirks. For example, the second camera can only be used to zoom in when in brightly lit surroundings. Also, the video mode is lacking compared to the OnePlus 3T, with 4K recording having no stabilisation at all. You can read about these concerns at length in our OnePlus 5 review.