OnePlus 5 full specifications and price:
There’s no denying that the OnePlus 5 is presently one of the most talked about Android smartphones yet to come out this year. The phone is due this summer, but we already know its most important specs. On top of that, we just heard that OnePlus is apparently all about the camera in the new model. But we cannot yet tell you what the OnePlus 5 is going to look like because the leaks keep getting stranger and stranger.
A series of 3D renders showed a few design variations for the handset a few days ago. Those leaks were followed by a couple of alleged OnePlus 5 sightings in real life were leaked, but the phones were not the same in each so we took it with a grain of salt.
Now, a third alleged OnePlus 5 design emerged from China via Weibo, and we have no idea what to make of it.The new leak also shows the front of the phone, where a physical home button can be seen.
We’re apparently looking at a handset that features a dual lens camera on the back, but the camera is horizontal and is placed in the top left corner of the handset, just like the iPhone 7 Plus. All the other leaks show a device whose camera is positioned in the Center with a vertical orientation.
We’ve heard contradicting camera rumors for the handset before, with some reports claiming the phone’s dual camera will be horizontal, while others say it’ll be vertical. There’s no telling which one of these different leaks is accurate. At this point, nothing appears to be sure aside from the fact that all these rumors say the phone will have a dual rear shooter.
The Chinese phone makerhas announced a partnership with DxOMark that it claims will make for a better camera on the upcoming OnePlus 5. It will be the greatest camera around, they claim.
Of course, OnePlus would say that, but it does explain that DxOMark “is perhaps most well-known for creating the defining photography benchmark, the DxOMark” adding that the firm has got “years of imaging experience and expertise, both for professional cameras and for smartphones.”
Expected features of OnePlus 5:
Beyond the camera, the next OnePlus flagship is expected to pack a whopping 8GB RAM and Qualcomm’s 10nm Snapdragon 835 SoC. It will also offer the customers a choice of 64GB or 128GB storage, and will be launched within the next two months – either June or July – but you’ll have to wait until summer before you can get your hands on one.
In terms of display, the OnePlus 5 will have a 5.5in screen and, although it’s not clear whether it will be IPS or OLED, nevertheless it will offer at least 1080p.
The device is expected to come in a variety of colours like grey, gold or black, like the OnePlus 3T, and is rumoured to look pretty similar, too. It will rock a 3,400mAh battery, also like the OnePlus 3T. However, as the Snapdragon 835 supports fast charging, it’s a safe bet that the battery in the OnePlus 5 will support it too.