Leaks of latest phones have been a common thing on the internet today. Recently the latest images that surfaced on the web confirm that the OnePlus 5 prototype will be sporting a dual camera. Presently, this picture was shared by Android Authority, and the source confirmed that this is just a prototype and the final design is yet to be decided upon. However OnePlus has ruled out the possibility of using this design and has modified it further. This leak to some extent suggests what could be expected from the final OnePlus 5 model.
One Plus 5: Specification & Price
As should be obvious, this smartphone will flaunt a metal body. Even though the leaked images show the rear portion of the device, it still can be concluded that the front body too will be made of metal. The design of the rear of this device really looks a lot like the OnePlus 3(T) that the company launched last year, however this smartphone accompanies a double camera setup. Basically every leaked picture that has surfaced up to this point flaunted the OnePlus 5 with a double camera setup on the back, which most likely implies that the final model will wear two fundamental cameras. Presently, the source likewise specifies that the OnePlus 5 will be more costly than its predecessor, the source really says that “we’re in at a huge cost climb this year”, which does not sound great by any stretch of the imagination. Having said that, the source did not give any extra data with regards to the phone’s details, so we can just think about what all specification the device will come packed with, however going by the rumors, we do have an idea on what o expect from the latest handset. It is highly likely that OnePlus 5 could cost over $600, as indicated by the source, around $650, with the end goal for OnePlus to “compete with the other big brands”.
Presently, to the extent specs are concerned, the OnePlus 5 will most likely ship with a 5.5-inch full HD or QHD AMOLED display, alongside 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage space. The gadget will be filled by the Snapdragon 835 64-bit octa-center processor, and Android 7.1.1 Nougat will come pre-introduced on the phone, alongside OnePlus’ OxygenOS skin. A front-confronting unique finger impression scanner is normal on the OnePlus 5, and its battery will be bigger than 3,000mAh, however at present there is no firm confirmation on the battery life of the device. All things considered, the organization had affirmed that the OnePlus 5 is coming ‘this midyear’, so stay tuned; odds are OnePlus will mostly launch its new leader one month from now.